For many years I owned a Chi iron, many different irons because they don't last more than maybe 2 years before they start acting up (turning off while using, not heating all the way, etc). I knew about this iron but didn't want to spend all that money on something that you can get for so much less in a different brand. However, now that I have bought this iron I have to say it is WORTH. EVERY. PENNY. My hair is pretty coarse and an awful blend of wavy/curly & straightish while also being stupid frizzy. Thus, I have to have the iron pretty hot to make my hair even consider straightening out. This iron doesn't work for me with one pass, but it still takes less time than my Chi did. And once I get my hair straightened I don't have to straighten it again until I wash it. With the Chi I had to use it every day and if I passed a mister my hair was wigging out again. That doesn't happen now. I will not own another kind of iron again. Seriously can't say enough how amazing this iron is.
Lots of comments leave photographs of their voluminous hairdos in their reviews, as proof of this flat iron’s hair-raising power. This ringing endorsement more or less sums up Voloom’s appeal: “I really think that the inventor of this miracle tool should be made a saint, or have a town square named after them. If you have to sell your first born to purchase this device, do it.”
The ghd Gold® styler is a step-up from the Classic Original, quality wise. Rather than relying on one heat sensor per plate, the Gold Styler has two, which makes sure it distributes the heat evenly across the hair. This helps make the straightening process quicker and easier. The Gold Styler also heats up in 25 seconds (as opposed to the Classic’s 30). The ghd Gold® Styler retails for between $190 and $210.
For better or worse, we are B-U-S-Y nowadays. Running from meeting to meeting and trying to pick up our kids from carpool before soccer practice, it’s no wonder that we often place ourselves at the bottom of our daily priority list. This mindset typically carries over into our appearances and explains why more women than ever are rocking messy top knots and buns than ever before.
Thankfully, we’ve learned a lot about hair care and preserving your hair’s natural integrity while styling. However, this wasn’t always the case. If you ever had a perm done in the 80’s or teased your hair to holy heaven in the 90’s, chances are pretty good that your hair has endured a bit of damage. The same can be said if you color your hair on a regular basis or recently went from your natural brunette color to a bright platinum blonde. No matter how the damage was caused, there are certain features you will want to shop for when selecting the ideal hair straightener for your course hair type:
My hair is very wavy, and yes, it’s colored. I can honestly say that this is the best GHD hair straightener I’ve ever used. And I had a lot of models over the years, and not just GHD. It’s very light and slim, but I can straighten my hair with it way better than with some bulkier irons I have owned in the past. My hair is really fine, so this detail is crucial
These ultra-smooth plates are great for straightening stubborn strands like curls and waves and are also ideal for creating natural, finished curls (similar to a curling iron) and even beachy waves. By gliding effortlessly across hairs of all types, without pulling or breakage, the ISA Professional Titanium Flat Iron has the potential to leave your hair looking and feeling healthier after each use.
Reviewers love this flatiron created by celebrity hairstylist Harry Josh for its overall ease. At 1.25 inches, the plates are slightly wider, making it faster to straighten your whole head. The plates are also curved with a nice grip, so you can pull hair through without it slipping or gripping too tightly to create a weird kink. The reviews online are all five stars, praising it was being “an absolute favorite” and “expensive but worth it.” This is just one of the very same tools used to create Gisele Bundchen’s signature beachy waves.
👸🏼Hair straight or curled?! Whatever you choose, [user:ghdhair] changes the game. I said I was going to do an honest review, and here it is! Pros: doesn’t catch on hair like my other straightener/curler. Heats up in like 20 seconds. Makes noise when it’s heating up (I have never had a styling tool talk to me, but hellloooo future!) I didn’t burn myself. -This is huge! I curled my hair in 10 minutes. THE CURLS HELD FOR THREE DAYS!🔥 Cons: if you’re not ambidextrous, like I am, I can imagine it being a bit difficult... but probably no more difficult than any other tool. If you hold the tool in one place for too long, it creates creases in your hair. So, no hesitation just go for it! Finding the right amount of hair to curl was a trial and error! I found that my hair worked really well with 1” sections!