After finally mastering a round brush blow out this summer, I actually enjoyed the process of drying and styling my hair. Unfortunately, the novelty wore off and I’m saving that round brush for special occasions only. For now, I rough dry my hair. Then I flip my head upside down and use a paddle brush to work out the waves in the back of my hair. Overall, it does a decent job and I look presentable. But my locks definitely could benefit from a little flat iron touch up.
My main beef with flat irons is that they so often leave hair artificially straight and my fine hair is left totally flat. Enter the Ferrum Pro, specifically designed to create straight but natural-looking hair. Truly innovative, this flat iron has the traditional ceramic plate on one side and a breathable static-free fabric on the other side. Together, they create more volume and less damage.
The fabric plate actually allows hair to retain moisture and this in turn prevents strands from drying out. Moisture is key for volume. Dry hair is more prone to breakage. And like tradition irons, the tourmaline plate adds that shiny finish.
The Ferrum Pro is a great size, portable but not too small at 9 inches long and about one inch wide. It also offers adjustable temperature. I recently read that anything over 350F can damage locks, so I love that this iron offers temps from 140-450F. And for those of you always running late, this thing heats up in a jiff.
Available at folica.com.
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