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How to Pick the Best Hair Straightener

By Edited Nov 21, 2013 0 1

It is difficult to find a great hair straightener for your hair as they are expensive and there are many different kinds on the market. One of the newest fashions is having straight hair and it is imperative that you spend a considerable amount of time figuring out which will suit you best and cost you the least. There are a lot of people that have high expectations when it comes to how they want their hair to look, and they rush to the store and purchase one off the shelf, only to be disappointed.

When deciding on the type of straightener that you want to buy, consider your hair type. You will not need a very costly straightener if your hair is partially straight, because it won't take that much heat to straighten it. You will need a really good hair straightener that heats up considerably, if your hair is thick or very curly and unmanageable.

You will pay somewhere within the wide range of 15 dollars to 200 dollars, for the hair straightener that suits you. You may get fooled into purchasing a straightener at a stand in the mall, where they will tell you that you are saving a lot of money off of the retail price. You most likely aren't getting some great deal, even though you may think you are, and it may not be the straightener that suits you best. Your hair is very fragile and breakable, and it will easily burn, so research this decision fully and do not take this choice lightly.

There are many different sizes of hair straighteners. The portion that will actually straighten your hair can be up to two inches wide. If you are looking to straighten large pieces of hair at one time, you will need a wider straightener. You may also be able to purchase a mini version of a hair straightener. If you travel often, or want to fix your hair on the go, this may be your best option.

Look into the purchase of a straightening gel if you decide to begin to straighten your hair regularly. You will avoid breakage and protect your ends by using this. You may also be able to purchase a gel or protectant that actually come in the same brand name as your hair straightener. You can purchase these products online to save additional money and avoid paying full price.



Jan 3, 2011 11:19pm
If you want a professional hair straightener and you are ok with spending around $140 I would highly recommend the Karmin G3 Salon Pro, it heats up to 450f with temperature control, tourmaline ceramic plates with rounded edges which makes it great for also curling your hair. Also has a 3 year warranty. If you buy from http://HairProductsPro.com they are also giving away a free heat matt/carrying case. If you do look at other irons make sure to stay away from irons with painted plates (colored plates) these can damage your hair. You can also check reviews at http://hairstraightenersreviews.com to see their ranking of the top 10 hair straighteners. You can also check Google for reviews on Karmin. Good luck and I hope this helps.
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