Hair Straighteners With Curved Edges

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Hair straighteners with curved edges typically need to be used in a very particular way for the best results. Find out how to use hair straighteners with curved edges with help from a freelance hair and makeup artist in this free video clip.

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Hi, I'm Michelle Simone, and I'm a hair stylist, and today I'm going to show you benefits of having a flat iron with curved edges. So if you have a hair straightener or flat iron that has curved plates, you can do a lot more things with it. You can use it for more than just straightening your hair. You can also use it to curl the ends, you can make faux curls with it and you can use it to do a wider variety of styling. So first thing is first, whenever you use a hot tool you want to make sure to spray with a thermal spray or heat protectant. So just going to spray the hair from far away so you get a nice mist and then comb it through. The spray will make sure that the product gets all through the hair strands. So if you want to do a nice sleek straight look sometimes it's nice to be able to curl the ends under your hair or to create a nice curl right at the front to give it some shape. So that's what we're going to do. We're taking a two inch section and I'm going to lay it on the flat iron wrap it around and then just bring your flat iron down through the hair and it's going to create kind of a soft wave. With less hair you can do kind of a larger curl. We're just going to wrap it around and then turn the flat iron as you go through the hair. And see it's just giving you a little bit of shape and that goes really nicely with a smooth and sleek look. The other option is to take your comb and as you're flat ironing when you get towards the ends of your hair just go ahead and curl it under. You're just going to twist your arm under and this is going to give it a little bit of shape at the bottom and it makes it look a little more natural. So it's almost like having a flat iron and a curling iron in one. So I'm Michelle Simone, and we just showed you some benefits of having a flat iron with curved edges.

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