While you're shopping for flat irons, you will probably notice that there are a lot of different size options. But the matter is which one is best for you, and can be tough to pick out when you're new to this. I have experienced almost every size and discovered that there are different reasons for every width.

Though width isn't the only matter which can vary on a hair straightener, a number of irons have even longer plates as well. Nevertheless, if the straightener is too long it can be very difficult to control which makes it much easier to burn yourself. Although long plates help you in case you have a lot of hair to straighten, I for myself believe that shorter plates are much easier to control ( and also safer ).

Standard Size 

Hair straighteners frequently come in 1-inch plate sizes such as the BaBylissPro Porcelain Plate in Ceramic. It's pretty standard, and also it can be used almost every kind of hair ( short or long  ). Although it's not perfect for every condition, it must be suitable if you want an all-purpose hair straightener.

Smaller Options

Chi Air Expert 0.5 Inch
There are some straighteners in the market that come in sizes smaller than 1-inch, and they're the best for the short type of hair along with hair that needs you to very close to the scalp. This works well for both thick and fine short hair.

Brief, fine hair needs you to be capable of control the amount of heat that you are putting on it, as a result smaller plates are greater. Thick hair that's short usually requires slow movement along with consistent heat which is often better controlled with smaller plates.

Hair straighteners plates that range from 0.5 inche to 0.75 inche are known as small, and these are typically used for precision. Smaller irons ( like the CHI Air Expert that I reviewed here ) indicate straightening small sections, and trouble hair usually responds better to that while keeping the style for longer.

Styling Power

Small and standard flat irons are also better for styling purposes if you wish to use the hair straightener for anything other than straightening. Though it's possible to use larger flat irons for curling, adding body as well as other quirky tricks, except your hair is very long you won't get a lot action through a large iron. For tight or even medium curls, waves, twists along with other styles, you do require a straightener which is 1-inch or even smaller.

Getting Bigger

The longer your hair is the faster you'll be able to straighten with a larger sized iron, but keep in mind the heat is usually the most important thing. It might take up more time to straighten long hair with a smaller iron, but the right heat setting will help you to keep your hair straight for a longer time than the incorrect one with a big iron.

Any hair straightener that is larger a !-inch plate is considered as a large iron, and the larger plates are excellent for thick or fine hair that's very long. Hair straighteners can be found in 1.25 inch, 1.5 inch, 1.75 inch along with 2 inch as well as 2.5 inch models. Obviously, the size you choose is also a matter of preference.

Grip and Weight

the grip of croc
One of the bigger problems to watch out for your flat iron as the plate get larger is weight. Heavy flat irons can be very difficult use for a long time, but also too light can be a  problem. Lightweight hair straighteners can be very easy to break.

One more thing lots of people don't think about is exactly what the grip is like. In the event you can't comfortably hold a flat iron, you're not going to wish to use it while the time comes get pretty. For those who have a small hand like I have, they will need a flat iron with a smaller grip which means either getting a small plate size or a straightener with a handle which is smaller than the large plates. The one which has an excellent grip size for me is the Turboion Rbb Croc Classic.

In the event that your hands are larger, a tiny straightener can create it too easy to cover your hand around too much while you're using it, and then you may burn yourself. That's not just unpleasant but also dangerous ( another thing to think about before buying one ).

Consider The Specifications

Before buying a flat iron, be sure you know what you need. The longer your hair is the bigger the straightener you can get away with, but styling is tougher. If you prefer an all-purpose flat iron a 1-inch is the appropriate option. In the event you just want to straighten your super long hair, the bigger the straightener the better. For bobs and as well as other shortcuts, small means perfection.
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