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In this video series on Hair Styling tools, hairstylist Liz Muller gives you the rundown on the best way to use hair irons ...
to stop you damaging your hair permanently with this high-heat tool.
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On behalf of tvlesson.com, this is Lizbeth Muller from Liz’s Hair Design in Hollywood, Florida. In this clip I’m going to talk about the different kind of flat irons we used in the hair industry. Now flat irons have become very, very popular. It’s now the point where everybody knows about flat irons. But there are so many different kinds out there, that is just ridiculous. These are fantastic, FHI is the one of the companies that I love to use. They have different size of flat irons, it’s ceramic, and this is the big one here, but I used it with very long and thick hair. One inch, the one that I used the most actually, I can use it for long hair, for small, for short hair. And this is the smaller one, you can actually curl with this flat iron. So I told people, use your flat iron, you don’t even have to use your curling iron, you can actually curl with this if you want to, because it’s an art to, once you learn it, it is fabulous. Baby Bliss is a company that has flat irons, Chi is another flat iron company as wonderful as so many and they’re all very, very good. They have actual dials also, they give you the degrees of how hot you want to get, so you can go from 250 - 450 degrees. I will say, if you’re using it from home, please keep it at a lower degree from 250 to 300 to 350. And I as a professional can use 450 because I don’t keep it too long in the hair. We also have a Marcel irons, we have flat irons, as you see here, this is a one inch of flat iron from the Marcel’s and it’s also really nice to use in the hair, you will need your heating iron or your heating equipment to heat it up. You will need a something like a gaservis stove to heat it up and it’s just fantastic also to use in the hair, they have different sizes too, they come in all different sizes, from really small to real large barrel. So these are flat irons in our industry. On behalf of tvlesson.com, this has been Lizbeth Muller and thanks for watching.