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How to Buy a Chi Flat Iron

by Lindsay Law

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Chi flat iron for your hair

Whether you need a simple flat iron to smooth and flatten your straight hair or a large wet-to-dry flat iron to tame curly or wavy hair, a Chi flat iron will give you the smooth, shiny hairstyle you want. Made by Farouk Systems, Chi flat irons are used in salons everywhere, and now you can create the same looks your stylist does at home. Read on to find the best flat irons for your hair type and tips on buying a Chi flat iron.

Buying a Chi flat iron:

  1. Buy a small Chi for short hair. Buy a one-inch Chi flat iron to easily straighten your hair, especially if it is already naturally straight or just slightly wavy. A Chi ceramic flat iron heats quickly and evenly, perfect for mornings when you don't have much time to do your hair.

  2. Look for a wet-to-dry flat iron for curly hair. If your hair becomes bushy and unmanageable when you blow dry it, a Chi wet-to-dry flat iron will allow you to easily style your hair and skip the blow dryer altogether. Comb through your curly hair and then use the settings on a Chi wet-to-dry flat iron to achieve the look you want. Use a wet-to-dry flat iron to eliminate frizz and get your hair flat and smooth.

  3. Find a turbo iron for long, thick hair. Straighten even the thickest hair with a Chi turbo flat iron. Wide ceramic plates allow you to flatten larger sections of hair at a time, and the temperature settings range from 175 to 356 degrees Fahrenheit, making it easy to smooth curly or wavy hair. Buy a Chi turbo flat iron you can also use to curl or flip your hair for a change of pace.

  4. Purchase a genuine Farouk product. A Farouk Chi flat iron with digital settings will allow you to get shiny, smooth styles each time you use it. Look for a Farouk Chi flat iron with ionic technology to reduce static and frizz while you straighten your hair. Make sure your product is authentic to ensure you get the best flat iron for your hair.

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