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Hair iron

Whether you have straight hair or curly hair, thick hair or fine hair, chances are you have needed a hair iron at some point to achieve your desired look. Hair irons come in a variety of shapes and sizes with various options to fit your needs. A hair iron might be just what you need for daily styling or for special occasions.

Choosing a hair straightener

It is important to consider what options are important to you when selecting a hair straightener. You must select a hair iron with a heat setting that fits your needs. If you have fine hair, a lower heat setting may be sufficient. However, thick coarse hair may require a higher heat setting to achieve your desired look. Plate size should also be considered. A flat iron with small plates might be best for shorter hair, while a flat iron with larger plates might be best for longer hair. Some hair straighteners have features such as temperature readouts and rollers that might be important to your needs.

Hair Irons for straight hair

While you might think that a hair iron is only necessary to straighten curly hair, a hair iron is actually a great tool for styling straight hair. A flat ceramic flat iron can help smooth away flyaways and a add sleek shine to your hair. You can also use a flat iron to shape straight hair, and you can use it near your scalp to add volume to limp hair.

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