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Hair Straightening Irons for Straight or Curly Hair

June 11, 2008 by · Leave a Comment 

It is one of those strange things in life that every girl born with straight hair wishes she had some curl, while the girls who were born with those natural curls want that sleek straight hair she doesn’t have. Of course you can’t get all new hair, but you can make your hair what you want it to be, and the solution for both is a professional flat iron that you can use not only to straighten those locks, but to add some waves in them as well if that is what you prefer. All of this in one handy lightweight titanium hair straightener!

Modern hair straightening irons are easy to use, affordable, and even versatile. In no time you can be styling your hair like a pro getting the looks that all the Hollywood starlets have all with one simple tool. Use the tourmaline ceramic flat iron to get sleek, shiny straight hair one day, then use it again the next to add some fun waves that have great bounce and body. Of course it is possible to damage your hair with a flat iron so it is important to use the proper temperature settings and never use the iron on your hair unless it is a wet to dry flat iron made just for drying while straightening.

Buying a Professional Hair Straightener

May 27, 2008 by · Leave a Comment 

There are so many hair straightening flat irons on the market it can be a little confusing when you decide you would like to add a this professional beauty tool to your hair styling bag of tricks. Buying a flat iron is actually not that complicated once you understand all of the technological terms and the materials used in the construction of hair straightening tools.

A hair flat iron is essentially a couple of metal plates, which heat up, and the heat is applied to your hair to remove frizz and curls. Drug store straighteners are usually made from lesser metals such as aluminum while professional hair straightening tools are use better quality materials such as titanium hair straightener. A higher quality metal does a better job at heating up and evenly applying the heat to your hair so to easier and more effectively straighten your hair.

Many professional flat irons use ceramic ionic technology as well to ensure not only smoother hair, but also less damage to your hair as a result of styling. Negative ions will help your hair maintain its own natural moisture during the straightening process and will result in less frizz and more straight smooth hair from your efforts.

Titanium Hair Straighteners

May 15, 2008 by · Leave a Comment 

Ceramic hair straighteners do a wonderful job of getting frizzy waves out of the most untamed hair. For an even better performance and extra protection for your hair professional titanium flat hair irons are a step above regular ceramic models. Titanium is a superior metal which is extremely lightweight and heats up quickly and evenly for a better performing hair straightening iron as opposed to those with other metals. These smooth evenly heated titanium hair straightening plates are very easy on the hair while being very effective at smoothing out the frizz and waves in your hair. Titanium hair irons are also more resistant to scratches and are capable of handling heat up and cool down over and over making it the hair iron type of choice for professional stylist.

Top titanium hair straighteners such as the Karmin KM4000 combine this superior metal with ceramic, ionic technology, and tourmaline to make the top hair straightener available. The negative ions help your hair retain its own natural moisture to promote shine as well as to protect it from the heat of the hair straightening iron. Hair tools such as the Karmin are very precise instruments that deliver superior hair straightening over less well-designed hair straightening tools.

Choosing the Right Hair Straightener For You

May 12, 2008 by · Leave a Comment 

There are many times when you really want the look of straight, shiny sleek hair and if you were not lucky enough to be born with it then you will need to use hair straightening products to get the look. If you pay a hair stylist to straighten your hair it will instantly curl back up again as soon as you get the bill. The process is not a cheap one to have done, and if you want the look often the money can really start to add up to have it done. If you really enjoy the look of straight hair and plan on doing it often a small investment in a titanium hair straightener or a hair straightening iron is a good investment.

There are many brands and several sizes of hair straightening iron available so how do you know which is the best hair straightener for you? For short hair a narrower iron is the best hair straighteners, preferably around one inch wide. While for longer hair an iron around 1 and half inches wide will do a better job or removing those waves of curl. It is also essential to get an iron that will allow you to adjust the temperature settings to get just the right amount if heat to get the job done, and not so much that it will damage your hair.

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