- Power: 25W-39W · Best Costume time: 3-5 minutes · Applicable hair: dry hair Temperature control: 6 segment Appearance: Plastic
- Maximum temperature: 200 ℃
- The lowest temperature: 130 ℃ · Type: Multifunction · Service: one year warranty
- Heat generation: PTC
- Voltage: 110V-220 Power cord length: about 2 meters, 360 degrees rotation.
- Temperature setting guide: Customized set 266℉ (130℃) for the first time, or a soft thin hair; Customized set 293℉ (145℃) for common slight curly hair; Customized set320℉ (160℃)/ 338℉ (170℃) for blonde, dyeing or colored hair; Customized set374℉ (190℃)/ 356℉ (392℃) for very thick, curly and hard to straighten.
How To Choose An Electric Hair Straightener
Have you ever wondered who invented the electric hair straightening comb? This is an old question, but the answer isn't what you think. The hair straightener in question is called a tourmaline straightener, which was one of the first hair-straightening tools developed nowadays. They were created by the creators of the ceramic hair straighteners which are the hot sellers today. They are made with tourmaline, a natural substance found in many rocks and stones, including some that are sacred to certain ethnic groups.
The cuticle of your hair determines the health of the curls and waves that are produced by the natural curl and shine of your hair. A curly hair has more cuticle than straight hair and thus ends up looking more frizzy and frizzier, while a straight hair has less cuticle and more shiny. Because the cuticle of curly hair is thinner, it also holds heat and moisture longer. And since the ceramic material they're made from allows heat and moisture to pass through more easily, straightening your hair with a flat iron has been made much easier for those with curly hair.
In order for the hair to be straight, the hair should first be heated until it's hot. This hot air should then be pushed down into the root of the hair where it comb and straightens the hair. Although the use of a hot comb straightener has been around for many years, it wasn't until the development of the hot comb straightener that straightened hair became much easier.
There are two types of hot comb irons. There's the manual one and the rechargeable battery-powered versions. Most of the time, the manual irons work better than the rechargeable versions because they provide more control over the speed and temperature of the heating element. The best thing about a manual hot comb straightener is that it gives you more control over how much heat and moisture goes into your hair. If you want your hair straight, but you have curly hair, the best option would be a hot comb with a ceramic plate.
Ceramic plates are made of several materials such as ceramic, tourmaline and titanium. Ceramic plates straighten and smooth hair by causing small tears in the hair shaft and by pulling the hair into the center of the plate. The hair shaft's natural oil and sebum are pulled into the center of the ceramic plate. This process protects the hair cuticle, which prevents hair breakage.
While ceramic plates straighten hair, a magnetic current is passed through it. This prevents the cuticle from becoming damaged and allows for more consistent straightening. The most common styles for these straighteners include waves, tight rolls and crimps. Wave systems are the easiest to use. Just apply the flat iron straight to the desired spot on your hair and flip over when you're done for a sleek, sexy look. When using a combination comb, the waves are more effective, but they're more difficult to style.
Hot combs are another popular choice for straightening hair. Many styling comb manufacturers make both a handheld comb and a professional straightener that use ceramic plates. Depending on the manufacturer, these straighteners vary in prices and features.
Both comb types allow the user to perform a variety of styling options ranging from simply flipping over the hair to fully utilizing the comb for different hair treatments. There are also safety concerns about comb straightening irons, since they have potentially hazardous nickel plating in the base. In general, using any hot comb straightener should be considered carefully. Make sure you're using the correct type of straightener and that the manufacturer uses safe, non-toxic materials for its heating elements.