If you're trying to find out what straightener to buy, you will find that the plates that heat up are usually made of one of the many kinds of material. It may be difficult to understand which one will achieve the goal you're trying to make with your hair. And also, every kind of material promises to be the best.

We previously touched with this in my buying guide, however in the following few words I am going to describe in more detail exactly what the different materials can do for you.

Ceramic

BaBylissPro ceramic
BaBylissPro ceramic, good at retaining heat

Ceramic flat irons are available in a few different constructions, therefore it's very important to make sure you are getting the appropriate thing. You will find  a pretty big difference in ceramic and ceramic coated straighteners, so that it could mean you end up getting an iron that does less than you expected.

Not A Coat Of Iron

Flat irons that are ceramic coated may have metal underneath the coating. They may have the smooth and the non-shiny look of a ceramic iron, however they don't possess the same kind of heat distribution, Ceramic-coated flat irons get hot fast because of the metal plates beneath, however they do not stay as hot as real ceramic plates.

Ceramic Matters

Ceramic straighteners like the BaByliss Pro Porcelain plate are great at preserving heat. They get hot and remain hot though it sometimes takes them for a longer time to heat up.

Ceramic flat irons possess high ranges of heat options,  so they don't get hot spots such as other straighteners. Since the plates on ceramic straighteners are so smooth, these are far less likely to create tangles when passing the straightener through your hair. They are able to make your hair very straight and shiny, and also should remove most of the frizz while used at the correct temperature.
  

Titanium

In case you are searching for quick heat, titanium flat irons like the IZUNAMI Flat Iron Ktx450 are the best option. They heat up immediately, and also they are capable of stay that way for a long while. Luckily they are also pretty lightweight. Titanium straighteners are greater for the ends of your hair simply because they cause less heat transfer, so they maybe the go-to-choice in the event you don't make consistent trips to the hairdresser to have your ends trimmed.

Titanium plates moreover last for much longer since they are not porous such as ceramic plates. Titanium is generally more long lasting than other options, so it's more likely to  last several years as a result you don't have to replace it. However, it can be a lot more expensive than other options.

Tourmaline

If you love shiny, expensive things, tourmaline can the best option for you. Flat irons such as Solia Tourmaline Ceramic Flat Iron possess tourmaline covered plates. It's one amongst the newer materials along with a true tourmaline covered plates that can cost a pretty penny. Tourmaline is a gemstone or mineral, and so it's ground up and used to cover the plates of the straightener. Tourmaline generally goes over ceramic plates, which makes them even smoother. The smoother the plate, the lower the probability that it is to damage or catch hair I the plates.

Tourmaline coated plates are more long lasting than the other options, so they are much less likely to chip or suffer heat loss with time. The coating preserves the heat on the plate to make sure you get consistency when you use it.

Other Options

There are more covering you may get for plates like as silicon or rubber that help you to sort hair out while it's being passed through the iron. A few less expensive straighteners are Teflon coated, however just like Teflon may flake of a pan, it is able to flake of an iron.

Metallic and glasses irons are also a choice, there is however a reason they are not popular. These are generally low-quality irons that get heat spikes, burn hair or break easily. Even though you don't use it frequently, it's best to stay away from these.

Ions ??

Probably the most common and confusing thing you'll notice on the box of a hair straighteners  are the words "negative ions".  Hair straighteners don't look like all that scientific, and also it may be difficult to understand why it's there. My recognizing is it's to perform with taming frizzy hair, and that can be the difference between a big, overwhelming mane and an in control, sleek style.


tame your frizz hair

Frizzy locks have static, which means they are positively charged ions buzzing throughout it which help it become big and poufy. By applying negative ion technology on your iron, the negatively charged ions counteract the positively charged ions which make the hair follicles calm down. You decide to go from a frizzy mess to organized straightness throughout a few minutes. Pretty nice huh? You'll also be much less likely to electrically shock your friends!
  

Materials Matters

All around, the price of the iron may matter most while you're picking the straightener to go with, however you wish to make sure you're getting the best straightener for your money. Ceramic straighteners have been popular for nearly 20 years, and also there has to be something to that. However, more recent options like wet-to-dry and titanium really have updated the technology, so that they may be really worth to a try as well.
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