Nano iron goes up to a staggering
When hair straighteners first came onto the market, they were immediately a huge hit. Girls everywhere were clamoring for the ability to have stick-straight tresses with a tool that didn't even require blow-drying. Any form of hair could be transformed into soft, touchable locks with a flat iron. These days, the market is riddled with different brands of flat irons. You can buy cheap ones for less than twenty dollars. You OPI British Collection
can spend upwards of two hundred on a more expensive iron. Hair stylists all have their favorite iron, and they advocate it to their clients. Some people swear by CHI, others by Babyliss, and some say you'll be just fine with a Hot Tools iron. So, what sets one flat iron apart from another? How do you know which flat iron will help you get the best results possible? We're talking soft, touchable hair that doesn't immediately frizz up and break off. For starters, you're going to want titanium plates, something that the Babyliss OPI 2010 Holiday Burlesque
Pro Nano iron features. With a built-in ionic generator and aforementioned titanium plates, the Babyliss Pro Nano flat iron performs up to 40 percent faster than many straightening irons available today. With extra long plates that can straighten more hair at once, and a slim design that's easy to handle, this ergonomic iron won't tire your hand after doing half of your head.The Babyliss Pro Nano iron goes up to a staggering 450 degrees, so you can straighten your hair faster than ever. An exceptional conductor of heat, thanks to its titanium plates, the Babyliss Pro maintains stability even in high temperatures. For faster straightening, the Nano emits negative ions in their best form, locking in hair's own natural moisture for a look that's sleek, straight and, best of all, healthy. The heat coming out of the Babyliss Pro Nano iron is far-infrared heat, which is much healthier than the other forms of heat emitted by other flat irons. The iron provides gentle straightening without damaging hair, even with the high heat. Many of the flat OPI South Beach NLB76
irons on the market today feature ceramic plates. A few years ago, ceramic seemed to be the way to go. As a non-metallic material that's also non-corrosive, ceramic is baked into the aluminum base of straightening irons in thin layers. Ceramic irons are still more popular than titanium ones, so you can find them in more stores, and the prices are more varied. Titanium irons, on the other hand, are less popular - but they're actually better for your hair.