About Dual Voltage Curling Irons
Dual voltage curling irons have a temperature control gauge that helps reduce the chances of singing or burning the hair, allowing the user to adjust the temperature according to his or her hair type. Find out how to use a dual voltage curling iron with beauty tips from a professional hairstylist in this free video on hair care.
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Hi, I'm Amelia and I'm here to talk to you about dual voltage curling and flat irons. Basically what dual voltage is is anything that has a temperature control on it. Now the advantage of having the temperature control is if your hair is fine or thin, you don't have to worry about burning or singeing it by having your temperature too hot. You're simply just going to want to make sure - and not a lot of things actually have this anymore, so always be sure to check your item before you purchase it. This particular flat iron has a plus and a minus and so to take that down you would just hit that minus and then to take it up. So like on my hair type or on this particular mannequin's hair type, I would have that on full all the way up to the top. Same with this particular iron. This iron that the temperature control is right here in the center, now you do tend to find dual voltage more on curling irons than you do on flat irons. But it's important on both, especially like I said if your hair is heavily highlighted or on the dry side or on the brittle side. So take into consideration your hair type, whenever purchasing an iron, and if your hair is on the finer type or if you're unsure how hot the iron gets, I do recommend getting something that is dual voltage so that way you at least have the option to control the temperature when you want to.