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Hair Tool of the Week: Flat Irons for Your Budget & Hair Type

Ok, so you have a flat iron that may be a year old or so. Is it hanging by the hinges; missing the power of the heat like when you first got it? Are you wrapping the cord around the iron after finishing you hair; do not do that, it will damage the wires. Have you dropped it several times?  Then maybe, you should consider getting a new one and a protein treatment just to keep you lasting long.

We have some flat irons that will compliment the ONYC hair and will allow you to achieve the bone straight look you’ve always wanted. Folica.com has a guide that can help you figure out what is best for you hair type, or extensions. Here is a peek at it:

On Folica.com there was a top contender named Sedu Pro Ionic Ceramic Tourmaline Flat Iron. The reviews show that it is  worth a try, especially if you are in between installments and have naturally coarse or curly hair. No need for blowout, this has you covered. It is priced at $129.

 

Next up is the $185 pricey flat iron for the shoulder length hair that will set you straight, if you are wavy and need something sleek. The GHD Classic Styler Ceramic Hair Straightener is the one for the win.

 

 

For a nice price of $79.99 try the HAI Convertable Ceramic Flat Iron that is right for any hair type, especially if it is short. Reviews have said it can last up to 8 years, if treated well. That means no wrapping cords around the iron.

 

 

For a very cheap iron, try the Gold ‘N Hot 1″ Professional Ceramic Straightening Iron. It is priced at $26.99 and can be found at you local beauty supply store. This is worth it, although it is cheap, as it gets the work done. Please keep in mind that the cheaper, the more likely you hair is going to frizz.