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Solia Tourmaline Ceramic Flat Iron Hair Straightener Reviews
is a really awesome flat iron, definitely worth the money. I bought this
iron a year ago, and it was amazing. It had a 1 year warranty I think
and . . . "
Sedu Hair Dryer Reviews
“I've been in love with my Sedu flat iron for years so when I found out that there was now a Sedu dryer I just had to have one ..."
2" Hot Tools Curling Irons Reviews
"I expected that this curling iron tool might be difficult to maneuver, due to it's size relative to my hand-size. With my new 2" hot iron I use a 3-and-a-half-inch round "Prego" ceramic brush (also from this site). Between those two items and my Ion blow drier I achieve a natural-but-tamed texture without drying-and-frying damage.
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What Every Woman Needs to Know about How Flat Irons, Hair Straighteners, Curling Irons, and Hair Dryers Affect Your Hair
What's the best hair straightener tool for your hair?
Cheap hair straighteners can do damage to your hair, so think twice about saving a few dollars compared to the risk. Higher priced hair straighteners heat up faster than cheaper flat iron hair straighteners. And cheaper ceramic hair straighteners may not even get . . .
Quick Tips for Hair Straighteners
Always look for a hair straightener that lets you set exact temperature control settings. Some cheaper models of flat irons only have a narrow range of pre-set temperature settings, but you need to be as precise as possible because different hair types require different heat settings.
Hair straighteners with InfraRed radiation from high temperature ceramic plates or Tourmaline can help seal moisture in your hair to protect conditioning.
Do hair relaxers damage hair?
Any relaxer can burn your scalp if you use it the wrong way. Lye is something found in many hair relaxers. It helps the product work, but it can also burn the skin. Relaxers without lye don't usually bother your skin as much, but you still need to be safe and use them . . . . (read more)
Are hair extensions right for me?
Getting hair extensions is not something to jump into without research. A well trained stylist can apply hair extensions correctly so it is painless and does not damage your hair. Count on spending 4 to 7 hours for hair extensions application process to . . . (read more).
What to Know About Hair Dryers
According to a study by the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) of thrift, consignment and resale ("thrift") shops, 20% of general thrift stores sell hair dryers without protection against electrocution. Older hair dryers pose a risk of electrocution. . . . (read more)
Curling Irons Recalled
The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, in cooperation with Conair recently announced a voluntary recall of curling irons from Conair. Consumers should stop using recalled products immediately unless otherwise instructed. Although no injuries have been reported, the handle of the curling iron can come apart exposing its line cord, posing a shock or electrocution hazard to consumers. This recall involves ceramic, gold-matte finish curling irons. The irons have a 1, 1¼, or 1½-inch barrel, metal counter rest, vertically placed ON-OFF buttons, and a heat set dial that ranges from 0 to 30. A four-digit date code can be found on the plug prong. Date codes included in this recall range from November 2005 through July 2006 (ex. 0706). The name “Conair” is printed on the handle of the curling irons.