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A good flat-iron that won’t burn or snag your hair is what you need to re-create sleek runway looks.

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Choosing the correct heat setting for your hair is an important way to prevent damage, so be sure to ask your stylist what setting to use when flat-ironing your hair. Also, try not to re-iron hair; instead, section it and try to iron each section with a single smooth pass.

 

Ceramic coatings and ion generator will also help to protect your hair and give it a smooth shiny finish.

 

If you are looking for new flat-iron on a budget; The John Frieda by Conair Sleek Finish 1-in Flat Iron costs less than $50. It has Titanium ceramic coatinca-sleek-finish-1-inch-flat-irong to distribute heat evenly heat and uses ion technology to protect hair. There are also 11 heating settings and a swivel cord. The silver flat-iron, like all of the John Frieda by Conair hair appliances has a neat, modern look.

 

Unlike some reviewers, I had no problem getting used to the controls which are built into the handle. This is the same design used in the lines curling irons. The blue sliding bar combination on/off heat control is very sleek looking and it can take a little getting used to at first. I can see why some people might not like it – it is all a matter of habit and taste. The iron is very light and heats up very quickly.

 

This is not an expensive flat-iron, but it gets the job done and has the features you need to protect you’re a hair. You can find it online or at mass merchandise stores.

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