By Jolie Loeb
For a group shamelessly obsessed with straight hair, we’ve never been impressed with the whole flat iron phenomenon. They always seem to sizzle hair while producing minimum results. But to every great cynic, there’s a great product destined to lower that discerning brow, or in this case, tame that tired, unmanageable tress. A few favorites for our equally skeptical readers:
The 300 Special Edition Ceramic Styling Iron by h2pro actually managed to condition hair where lesser irons left it dry and frazzled. It works fast and it works flawlessly, proving that putting a little extra investment into your routine reaps massive payoff. We won’t even tell you how many days we went between washings when using this product. Okay six.
Available on-line at http://www.misikko.com/h2pro-flat-iron.html.
Tre Milano’s InStyler introduces a whole new concept into the art of straightening. This puppy’s got power behind it ““ the motorized wand rotates as you style. You can actually hear it working. And, it caters to crowds beyond those harboring an unrelenting straight-envy. Different positions offer styling variety ““ flip in, flip out, add waves, add curls, add volume. There’s even a demonstrative video, but as stubborn Angelenos, we find trial and error to be a much more realistic learning curve with this product. You can’t really go wrong. And because it’s recommended for damp hair, you’re not tacking on any time to your morning routine – you’re just using your time more effectively. Straight up, it’s good fun. Check out their site for local retailers: http://www.getinstyler.com.
So, headstrong readers, if humidity is your Kryptonite and rainy days mean you don’t go outside, your life is hereby about to change. Grab hold of one of the above magic wands and confront the eye of your storm. Because who are we kidding — There’s enough we can’t control out there, but it’s a lot easier to face the world head-high with a fab flowing mane on your side.
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