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Ranking of the best Hair Straighteners

May 10, 2019

If you are not satisfied with the current natural hair style and would like to change, hair straightener (flat irons) may be your first choice to have different appearance. However, select a suitable hair straightener is not simple due to large number of brand names on the market today. Therefore, knowing how to choose good straightener will help consumers have proper decision.

Tips of choosing good hair straighteners

A good hair straightener should have multiple heat settings, which help you adjust the heat easily to avoid damage for hair. Normally, a flat iron has temperature ranging from 120 – 200 degrees Celsius, which makes the process of styling the hair easily. Actually, each kind of hair needs a different heat level. For example, it is thin hair that is easier to get damaged than thick hair; therefore, thin hair needs a lower heat setting to protect your sensitive hair type.

Hair straightener is the choice of many women to easily style their hairs at home / Ph: Pinterest

Besides, select the right plates is also an important step in choosing good flat iron. Straightener plates are made from different kinds of metals and other substances. If you have damaged hair, you should choose tourmaline plates (or ionic plates) which can produce more negative ions to heal frizz hair and seal the hair shaft. Today, most of users select to use ceramic irons. High quality ceramic plates can work effectively in most of hair types and textures. However, some kinds of hair straighteners are only ceramic-coated, which are easily worn out over time, leads to problems with heat distribution.  

In addition, users should not choose hair straighteners with too wide plates. Actually, the most suitable width is around 3 to 4 cm, while the suitable length is about 10 cm or more.

Ranking of the best hair straighteners

Basing on criterion in choosing best hair straighteners, below are some suggestions for users to consider the most suitable products:

1- Ruriden Two-in -one

2- T3 Singlepass Luxe

3- Drybar Tress Press Flat Iron

4- GHD Platinum Styler

5- HSI Professional Glider

Actually, choosing the best hair straighteners depends not only on technical or technological factors but also users’ hair type, using purpose and financial condition. So, let’s carefully consider all of necessary factors to choose the most suitable product for yourself.

 

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