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Spring isn’t just a great time to clean out your house; it is also the ideal time to toss old hair tools and replace them with new ones. After all, as styles change, so do the tools you need to perfect your look. Here are some hair tool selections I’ve made for you, that will make your warm weather hair styling a breeze.
Swapping your old brush for the Conair Bamboo Carbon Paddle Brush is a good place to start. It’s Bamboo Charcoal, and Carbon technology helps reduce static and frizz, which is great no matter what your styling choices. If you want to create those romantic styles with delicate curls that are so popular now, a Bed Head Curlipops™Diffuser Dryer would be an essential addition to your hair care tool kit. It adds volume while drying curls gently. Need more help than a diffuser to get waves into your hair? The Hot Tools® CeramicTi® Tourmaline Deep Waver can help you with that. It uses gentle far-infrared heat and negative ions to increase hydration and shine while reducing frizz and create waves. For those with particularly hard to style hair PRO 24K Gold-plated Curling Irons are a good choice. They come in ¾”, 1” and 1 ¼” versions and these professional irons provide direct heat (up to 430 degrees) for instant styling of even the most difficult hair. Vidal Sasson’s Ceramic Straighteners are designed specifically for each of three hair types: fine, normal and coarse. Their rest of their product lines are also divided by these hair types, so corresponding products and tools are easy to find. Craving some bouncy retro curls this spring? Conair Hot Clips Multi-Size Hot Rollers with Ceramic technology and dual heat can handle that. The unit heats up in just 75 seconds!
I’ve been using a Revlon IONIC Styler the past few months, and it is a great primary dryer. Gentle on hair, but gets the job done.
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