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Even if you don’t have plans to leave the house any time soon, hair maintenance is still important.
And since most of us are indoors, now’s the perfect time to try out some new hairstyles and level up our styling tools. Plus, don’t you want to look presentable for your next Zoom call?
If you like to wear your hair straight, then you might want to consider buying the Conair Infiniti Pro 1-in. Flat Iron. Not only is it on sale, but it’s also one of the best-rated budget flat irons floating around. In fact, it has a 4.7-star rating at Kohl’s.
Shop: Conair Infiniti Pro 1-in. Flat Iron, $39.99 ($49.99)
What makes the Conair Infiniti Pro 1-in. Flat Iron unique is its tourmaline ceramic technology. While ceramic plates are usually used to protect your hair against heat damage, tourmaline does the same thing without drying out your hair.
When heated up, tourmaline produces a lot of negative ions that neutralize the positive ions that cause dry and damaged hair. So, if you’re trying to tame your frizzy and static hair without drying it out, this flat iron could be for you.
And while some hair straighteners can take a while to get hot, this one takes just 15 seconds. Additionally, it comes with an automatic shut-off feature and 30 heat settings to accommodate different hair textures and styles. Plus, the plates are infused with oil to give even more protection to your hair.
For those looking for a way to straighten their thick mane, this could be the perfect product. One reviewer praised its results on their thick and coarse hair.
“I have been using this flat iron for the past [five] years and it is still doing a great job. I have thick, long and course hair, and it straightens my hair really well with no heat damage at all. This iron looks good and is lightweight. I especially like the longer plates because it allows me to do wider sections to finish faster, rather than thicker ones which would not straighten so well.”
However, they did point out how the temperature settings sharply increase.
“My only complaint about this iron is the dial temperature gauge, it goes from 1 to 30 in increments of 5, I set mine in between 25 and 30, but I am not sure what temperature this is. Other than that, it still looks and performs great. I highly recommend it, and for the price, it’s a winner.”
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