5 Tools That Are Changing the Face of Hair Styling
From a klutz-proof curler to cordless stylers, these new tools are sure to revamp your beauty routine.
O, The Oprah Magazine |
August 28, 2013
Instead of two heated plates, this flatiron has one. The other is covered with a fabric pad to reduce hair damage.
Ferrum Professional Styler, $180 | FerrumIron.com
Clamp a one-inch section of hair between the plates, and watch as it's automatically drawn into a heated chamber. (Not as scary as it sounds.) After a few seconds (eight for waves, 12 for tight curls), release the clamp...et voilà!
Infiniti Pro by Conair Curl Secret, $100 | Amazon.com
This set of heat-retaining brush heads works like rollers. Attach the handle to one of the barrels, and roll a section of hair to your scalp while you blow-dry. Click the handle off, then let the roller cool before removing.
Click n Curl, $46 | Click-n-Curl.com
Spend more time in front of your rearview mirror than your bathroom mirror?' 'Both of these cordless tools are lightweight and powerful—and include a car charger. But please: Don't blow-dry and drive.
Tek Maker FreeDryer Cordless Hairdryer, $150 | TekMakerUSA.com
Jet-Setter by Sarah Potempa Flatiron, $118 | Joyus.com
Run this stainless steel rake through you hairbrush's bristles to remove hair, dust and product buildup. Gross? Extremely. Incredibly gratifying? That, too.
Philip B Hairbrush Cleaner, $15 | Philipb.com
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