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Using Ceramic Hair Irons for Straight Hair

June 13, 2008 by · Leave a Comment 

The hot look for summer is long straight hair and if you were not born with straight hair you do not have to live without the latest hairstyle. Of course hair can be chemically treated to be straight, but this is a long process at a hair salon that costs a lot of money and it is down right unpleasant to endure. A great alternative would be to get one of the many hair straightening irons that are readily available and remove those curls yourself. A tourmaline ceramic hair iron is extremely effective at removing the waves from the curliest hair safely and effectively.

Look for ceramic hair straighteners, which have a variable temperature setting so that you can use the temperature that best suits your hair type to work with the hair. With flat irons the temperature used is very important and ceramic irons heat up better and are more evenly heated across the plate to ensure the accuracy of the temperature you are applying to your locks. All you need to do is glide the smooth ceramic plates from the root of your hair to the tip in small sections to remove the frizz and curl and end up with that gorgeous straight hair that everyone wants right now.

Choosing the best Ceramic Plates for your Hair Type

June 3, 2008 by · Leave a Comment 

Finding the right hair straightening tool for you can sometimes seem like a daunting task with so many different models out there and so many options for metals, ceramic plates, sizes, and so much more it can get confusing. Many of the great features on professional hair iron tools are really just a matter of personal preference. Such as ionic technology, it is not vital to have this feature that adds negative ions into your hair to help it maintain its health and vitality. But one feature that is more specific for each user that should be considered is the size of the ceramic plates on the straightener you decide to purchase.

Many people automatically opt for the one-inch plates, which is the sort of generic ceramic plate size for a hair straightener. This is usually a good choice but there are times and certain hair types that will call for a different plate size and for those circumstances the right plates on your tourmaline ceramicĀ hair iron will get the bets results for the look your are trying to achieve. If you hair is very thick or very long then you will want to go with larger ceramic plates on your iron to accomadate the hair. While those with shorter or thinner hair will want smaller plates since they will have less hair to be working with and will need the more precise action. Of course any iron can get the job done, some are just better suited for your needs than others.

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