Nowadays it is understandable why so many girls get their hair styling routine dreadfully wrong. There are so many different professional styling tools on the market to choose from that some fashionistas are using the wrong appliances, incorrectly.
It really is a shame because compared to 100 years ago, we now have so much technology at our fingertips that there should never be an excuse for not looking great. Whether you have sleek straight hair or cute curls, there will be a hair tool that is right for you. Here is a guide to all the fantastic tools available- treat it like your bible!
- Hair straightener
If you want to fight the frizz then hair straighteners are key. There was once a time when straightening your hair could only be achieved with an iron and a towel, but now anyone can create an ultra-sleek look. Make sure you apply a hair protector to prevent hair damage and apply a shine serum afterwards to smooth down any flyaways.
- Waving wand
If you have super straight hair but want to fake some natural waves, waving wands are perfect. They are also great for people who already have wavy hair who want to create tight, defined curls. Waving tongs are also ideal to achieve gorgeous waves.
- Hair dryer
It goes without saying that a hair dryer is your number one necessity. Towel drying your hair can cause the cuticles to break and who has the time to let their hair dry naturally? If you want to dry your hair even faster, a hair dryer with ionic technology is best.
How? Science behind the magic shows that the negative ions reduce the water droplet size, allowing more water to be absorbed.
- Heated rollers
If you want to create volume, not curls, then heated rollers are fantastic. Simply leave them in overnight to achieve a vintage glamour look. Alternatively, just leave them in until they have cooled down.
So there you have it- a breakdown of electronic hair tools for the 21st century fashionista. Look after all of your appliances carefully and they will be your salvation on any bad hair day!
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