With the change in the trend of hair style, there are various hair styling equipments that have been developed over time. Some of these equipments are meant to give your hair the look that they do no have naturally. People with straight hair can use rolling irons or rollers to put curls in their hair. Similarly, people who have naturally wavy or curly hair can use hair staightener to remove curls from their hair and give them a silky, straight look.
With the increasing trend of the use of the hair straighteners, you can easily find them in every departmental store. Before using any of these, you must understand the different types of hair straighteners available in the market to use the one that suit you the most.
The major types of hair straighteners available in the market are Ceramic Flat Iron Hair Straightener, Thermal Reconditioning and Chemical Hair Straighteners. All of these types yield different results and have different benefits.
The Ceramic Flat Iron Hair Straightener is the one which is most commonly used by everyone at home to straighten the hair. They temporarily straighten hair. Ceramic or tourmaline is used to make this Ceramic Flat Iron Hair Straightener for the purpose of straightening your hair with the infrared heat. This single equipment can be used to make different hair styles.
Thermal Reconditioning is long term or permanent straightening of hair. This is achieved by applying chemicals which are cornstarch based. These chemicals are applied to the hair and then straightened with the flat iron. This results in keeping hair straight for about six months. This is mostly done by professionals.
Chemical Hair Straighteners are the ones which use chemicals such as sodium hydro-oxide to the hair. This permanently eliminates curls from hair. Apart from these there are other air straighteners as well that can be used such as hair dryers and curling irons. Most of the people think that curling iron can only be used to put curls but in reality people use it to achieve a straight look as well. This can be done by pressing iron on the hair.