Hair Straightening using Flat Iron Tips

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Regardless of the type of hair, you can style it as you desire. This article will tell helps you with important tips in using a flat iron to straighten any type of hair with the less time, effort and expense.


Buying your own flat iron and styling your hair at home is definitely less expensive and more convenient as compared to your regular visits to beauty salon. Choosing the right flat iron is the most important thing to be looked after. There are numerous popular branded flat irons like Babyliss Flat irons that offer brilliant results without damaging your hair. After you have chosen your flat iron, there are still more important instructions to be followed to style your hair correctly and safely.


Girls with short hair should use a flat iron that is one inch wide and those with long hair should look for a flat iron that is one and one half inches wide. Width of the hair does matter. Babyliss flat irons come in a variety of plate width, color and size to choose from. Only high quality flat irons can deliver amazing results very quickly and with excellent heat stability.


Along with the width of a hair straightener, another most important thing that makes the straightening of any hair type possible is the correct temperature setting. You should always go for a hair straightened with adjustable temperature or heat settings of the plates such as the BaByliss Pro Nano Titanium that offers adjustable heat settings along with a Digital LED temperature display to view the temp. Adequate heat control can damage your hair easily.


Most of the good flat irons possess dials that let you control how hot the plates have become. This enables you to choose from various temperature levels. Temperature settings should be such that it is based on your hair type.


For fragile, fine, bleached or damaged hair, the flat iron temperature should be set at the lowest settings. Set your flat iron temperature in the middle range if your hair is normal and thick or coarse but healthy haired ones would require to set their flat iron temperature to the highest levels.


19 Sep, 2011

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