Do you strive for silky, straight hair? If so, a good pair of straightening irons is an excellent place to start. But with so many around, it’s difficult to know
just what to buy.
Read on, to find out the best hair straightener for you, and how to use it.
Hair dos & don’ts
- Do make sure the hair straightener is fully heated before you start.
- Don’t rush and work on large sections at a time, particularly if your hair is thick. Taking your time and working on smaller sections gives much better results.
- Do repeat the process a second time on any section of your hair if you’re not happy with the results.
- Don’t hold the hair straightener on the same piece of hair without moving onto the next.
Ceramic straighteners are good to the hair because ceramic creates gentle infra-red heat, which warms hair from the inside out to reduce the risk of damage and create smoother, frizz-free styles.
Titanium plates are extra kind to damaged hair for reduced risk of pulling or snagging delicate ends.
For more great tips on hair straighteners, check out Your Beauty Spot.