Heat stylers, such as flat irons, get a bad rap for singeing hair beyond repair, but that doesn't have to be the case. The key to preserving your hair's health while using these hot tools is passing a quality straightener over heat-protected strands without letting the heat sit on one spot too long. Speaking of stellar straighteners, here are 11 of our top picks, ya know, if you're looking to upgrade yours.
This Amazon reviewer dubbed it the "perfect travel tool" that straightens their hair just as effectively as a normal sized hair straightener and they like that it automatically changes voltage so you don't have to worry about doing so manually. Reviewer Lynn B. writes on Ulta that she loves how quickly it heats up, and how she can easily pack it away right after use thanks to the heat-resistant carrying case it comes with.

This got my hair straight. The teeth on the Iron helped to get my ends straight. So I didn’t have to chase it with a brush/comb. It comes with a comb, 2 clips and a bottle to add the water to the dispenser. No directions on how to add the water. But I looked it up on you tube. I added a couple of drops of Argab oil to the water mixture. This gave me sheen, moisture and protection. The only thing is I couldn’t get my roots. I have really thick hair so I have to get super close to the root but I just used my other Flat Iron to catch the roots. Would still recommend and will be using this method from now on.
The plates in this techy tool house an internal microchip that constantly measures and maintains an even temperature. With no random hot or cold spots, you'll get smoother, straighter, strands in fewer passes. (Spoiler alert: Fewer passes equal less damage). Adjustable temperature settings — from 260 to 410 degrees — make this ideal for any and every hair texture.
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