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I Believe We Have A Different Idea Of What Exactly Auto Means
My hubby has one law about my hair straightening Irons: They MUST need to have an auto shut off. The reality is I'm not permitted to bring anything home that can't help him overcome my forgetfulness. He needs to be sure my straightener will help with his crusade against burning up the house down!

Anyhow, the majority of the irons I've had as this rule was created include a half or one-hour auto shut off. Which means that the last time they're used, the auto timer starts to count down and shut off after the time period it's supposed to. This leaves sufficient time so that I can return and touch up my hair when I'm getting prepared to leave and no need to have restart the iron, however it will shut off by itself in case I forget to turn it off.

How Long It Stays On?

So I think I'm much more confused than anything about the Hot Tools PinkTitanium Digital Salon Hair Straightener. It includes an automatic shut-off feature, however it doesn't shut off for 10 hours. TEN HOURS? By this time, I would already have in my house from work and also my counter could be more than just destroyed. I don't even actually understand the purpose of having the auto shut off. I mean maybe stylists might have it on for that long time without touching it, so that it may make sense for professional use, however it definitely isn't priced as a professional iron.
If I'm missing something here, please let me know...


Combination Of Plates Is A Little Bit of Confusing

Apart from the oddly long turn off time,  the PinkTitanium includes some features which are pretty convenient. It includes titanium plates that are rising as a really good way to get continuous heat, however the plates are actually supported by ceramic under the titanium. I can't evaluate if this is really a good or bad thing. I'm in doubt the reason why you need both, and my comprehension was that they are two completely different types methods to getting your hair straight. It can be said that, when they both work separately, I don't understand why they wouldn't work together.

Less Damage For The Hair

Among the nice things about on these straighteners that they have a covering which will stop problems with chipping, rusting or eroding due to the chemical substances used when ironing your hair. Which makes a big difference to individuals who have to use a lot of product to give protection to their hair, and also it helps a lot the time when you are wishing to protect your hair without damaging your iron.

Lock In Your Settings

A number of irons like this one include a rounded body and plates that get very close to each other however the control keys are on the outside.  This may be a problem the time you are holding the straightener where the control keys are. Therefore, the manufacturer has made settings for this, as a result the control keys can be locked while you're using it. You won't danger the turning the straightener up way too high by mistake and result in burning your hair.

Round For A Reason

The plates on this straightener are rounded at the sides, that is a pretty cool way of being sure you don't get crimps hair while you're working with it. They also even make it easier for you to curl your hair. Indeed, you can use you flat iron to curl your hair too!

Heat When You Need It

Hot Tools PinkTitanium before and after image
Hot Tools before and after pictures

A large range of different hair types may take advantage of the different choices in temperature, however everyone should do their preparation work before putting an iron on their hair. Various textures, lengths and thickness need different heat types, which means it's rather very simple to burn your hair. Applying too little heat though, can result in frizz and hair that doesn't be in place for the whole day. At this point, you've simply wasted your time trying it under control to begin with.

Even Bob Barker Would Say That The Price Is Right

Flat Irons with all of these features such as the slanted plates and titanium overlaying can cost you almost $200. To see this amazing one with professional options at simply just $45 gets me pretty interested ( even with my confusion over the shut-off time ). The cost is totally right, and also it would be a good tool to take with me when I'm in travel.

Good At Pressing Buttons

When you can lock the iron so that the temperature doesn't change, it is really annoying to hit the switches when you're using it, and especially when they beep. There are lots of users who are really not happy with this piece of design.

This straightener isn't really expensive, and which is really a good thing if you consider the lifetime of it. A number of people claim it stuck around for about a year. And some other people claim it passed away well before that. Then there are people who claim it doesn't get to the heat it's required to, this means that they need to crank up the dial way higher than they need to.

Sufficient For The Money

When I consider this does a pretty good job as thinking about the price, I am glad to pay for a wonderful iron that does a complete job, even though the price is a lot higher. Apart from the performance which is good but not great, I also don't think it's really worth saying that it has an auto shut off when it doesn't kick in for 10 hours. Actually, it directly violets my husband's only rule, so that it won't be arriving home with me. Having said that, it's possibly a perfectly suitable iron for the people who don' t have the same rules.

On a completely different and unimportant note, exactly why is this called "PINKTASTIC" if it's not really pink? My girly side pretty much feels gripped!

I believe the better option in this price range is the HSI Professional 1, however if you don't use your straightener every day, or perhaps you have agreeable hair that doesn't require a whole lot of heat, there's possibly no reason this one won't work for you.

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