Shikha Mittal

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Best Flat Irons To for Natural Hair

Sleek looks of hair will always enhance your beauty. The flat iron or hair straighteners are the trick to getting that glossy, smooth and straight hair. Hair straighteners offer versatility — with just one device, you can straighten, create beach- and S-waves and curl your hair. You’re most probably here because all of the different options and features available on modern flat irons can be a little confusing! Don’t worry, we’re here to help.  First let’s know about plates.

Ceramic vs. Tourmaline vs. Titanium Plates

While choosing the best straightening for your hair you must know about the plating. There are three most common flat iron plates, which are ceramic, tourmaline and titanium. Each one will straighten hair, but different attributes make each more beneficial for certain hair textures, ranging from fine wavy hair to kinky coils.

  • Ceramic irons are affordable and they don't get as hot as titanium and tourmaline. which can be a good thing, depending on your hair’s health and texture. Ceramic flat irons are ideal for those with dry, damaged or fine hair,
  • Tourmaline plates contain silicate and straighten the hair with less heat. It also smooth’s the hair cuticle and adds moisture-locking ions to the hair. 
  • Titanium is best suited for professional salon use because of its strong, durable metal. Titanium flat iron plates heat up the quickest and iron also heats evenly, which allows for fewer passes over the hair and gives much better results than the ceramic iron.

Best Flat Irons for Natural Hair

Corioliss C1 Gold Paisley Hair Straightener

It is best for Curly hair, as this type of hair is the most prone to frizz and one of the most difficult to straighten. To make your life easier, invest in a flat iron with wider plates as they provide more grip and straightens larger portions of hair, all in one go. The C1 Professional Iron uses Titanium Technology which allows the plates to glide effortlessly over the hair to give smooth results in one sleek move.

HSI Professional Glider Ceramic Flat Iron

Anyone who wants better for their hair should try the HSI Professional Glider. It works with different hair textures. Its 1-inch plates are made with tourmaline ceramic that creates lasting, natural-looking results. This beloved iron has adjustable temperature settings from 140 to 450 degrees. And don’t worry if you’re not a professional stylist. The HSI Professional Glider is easy to set up and operate.

BaBylissPRO Nano Titanium-plated Straightening Iron

This flat iron also houses a high-quality titanium-plated surface which makes styling faster and much more efficient. The iron heats up pretty fast, so be on alert to adjust the temperature accordingly to suit your natural hair. It is definitely one of the best flat iron for silk press. It also has wider plates, five inches to be precise which allows for wider sections of hair to be straightened at once. With its 50 heat settings and its maximum temperature of 450 degrees Fahrenheit, you’re sure to achieve the perfect silk press.

Kipozi V7 Hair Straightener

With Titanium Ion Plates size 1” and ionic technology and infrared emission will work best on curly hair. This iron’s ultra-smooth nano titanium plate technology reaches a heat setting of 380 in just 30 seconds, a sweet perk for a styling tool in this price range. It targets the frizz and straightens all kinds of curls in minutes. It's even narrow enough to use on bangs and baby hairs.

Baby Croc Mini Travel Iron, Black

The Croc Classic Nano-Titanium Flat Iron is the new gem which does not only straightens your hair but also gives your hair a great shine. It will get to those unruly places around your hairline or closer to your ears easily and effortlessly. Croc straighter has a fantastic grip which allows you to hold this product well and there are fewer chances of it to get slipped off from your hands. While using this product, you won’t see any hair damage, which is one of the dreams of every woman.

Tips and tricks to get perfect Straightening

  • Always wait until your hair is dry to straighten it.
  • Begin at the lowest heat setting that your hair iron offers and work your way up from there to avoid heat-related damage.
  • Use quality heat protectant every time before you use your hair straightener to prevent split ends and breakage.
  • While straightening take small sections of your hair (1” at a time)
  • Start from roots and then come down
  • Iron one section, not more than twice
  • Using conditioning moisturizer on a regular basis.