Top 5 Straightening Irons for Hair

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The top five hair straightening irons include brands such as CHI, Hot Tools, Sedu and GHD, as these brands produce high-quality heated appliances that minimize the heat damage to the hair. Compare brands of flat irons 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 the top five straightening irons. When talking about the top five, we're really talking more about brand, and brand is a preference. Probably one of the top-selling irons is the CHI. It's actually made in America; it's one of the few irons that are, all the components and everything are made in America. And it's ceramic. This is the actually the first original CHI, not the first first, but this is the first model. Now they've got so many different kinds; they come in different colors and everything, and it's an excellent iron. It comes in several different sizes. This is the one-inch; they have an inch and a half, and they also have a two-inch iron. Hot Tools is another good brand, that's sort of a mid-price range brand, and they also make the Bed Head brand, so these two are actually from the same company. This is a good - it's a tiny iron, but this particular iron is good for travel and that type of thing. But whenever looking at brand, really you also want to take into consideration what your needs are. So if you're going to be ironing your hair on a really regular basis, then you're going to want to go with a higher-end iron, like your CHI, your Sedu, your GHD, that kind of thing. If you're going to be doing it maybe once a week, or, you know, just every so often, you can go more with a Hot Tools or Bed Head line, which are your mid to mid-range price point. Now, the Hot Tools line also does have some really higher-end irons; they have a Neo, they've got a couple other ones that are in the hundred to two hundred dollar range. So really when thinking about irons, don't think so much brand; think about your needs and what you're going to be using the iron for, and, of course, your budget.


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