Date: 2018-01-01 10:59
Straighteners work because they have flat plates that get hot and touch together on either side of your hair. By doing that, they put heat through your hair follicles, trap in moisture and take out frizz. The plates on a flat iron can be made of several different materials, and they’re good for different uses. The best iron for you varies depending on the type of hair you have, the type of styling you want to do, and the amount of heat your hair needs.
If you want to use your CHI for more than just straightening, you totally can. The smaller housing makes it possible to straighten, curl, and wave and more without the need for extra tools. Some irons have a big, bulky housing that makes it more difficult to get any style out of the deal, but the CHI is just small enough to work for almost anything.
Also, the 89 comb or brush chase 89 method works wonders in helping to straighten (particularly natural hair) with just one pass. It s as simple as running a fine-toothed comb or boar bristle brush down the length of each section, right in front of the iron. This method smooths the hair and ends before the iron touches them, resulting in incredibly sleek locks.
Celebrity Status Janine Jarman is a celebrity stylist that you may remember from Bravo’s popular television series Shear Genius (she won fan favorite in season three), in addition to establishing one of LA’s leading salons, Hairroin, where we did most of our hands-on testing.
It’s also a versatile styling tool that can create curls and on-trend waves for a salon-polished look. Novice and professional stylist approved.
Find the breaker box for your residence and then use it to turn off the electrical outlet that is powering the CHI flat iron. Only disconnect the flat iron after it is no longer receiving electricity.
“Ninety percent of the irons I use are ceramic, but for resistant hair that needs extra heat, titanium is the way to go,” says Jarman. If you have stubborn curls or reverse texture hair, this flat iron is a solid pick. But, remember, titanium can be harsher on delicate hair, so it isn’t quite as universal.
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There's no getting around technical stuff here, but I'll keep it as simple as possible. What ionic technology does is generating negative ions to counter the positive ions we see in dry or damaged hair. It works in conjunction with materials and coatings such as Tourmaline Ionic or Ceramic Ionic.
The Classic Chi has heat controls located on the inside of the housing so you don’t hit them with your hand when you’re styling. It has a wheel controlled temperature setting, and an indicator light that tells you when it has hit the correct temperature.