CHI is known for its hairstyling irons and how versatile they are but are you aware that you can damage your hair if you don’t use heat tools properly? Here are some handy tips that will help you style those locks while protecting it from the heat.
Pay Attention to the Keywords
It’s important to know the type of material the plates are made of when shopping for a hairstyling iron. Certain plates work best on different hair types. The most common types of plates are ceramic, tourmaline, and titanium. Being the first innovator in the game, CHI has you covered! We have a wide variety of hairstyling irons with different plates for you to choose from.
Different Hairstyling Iron Plates that CHI Offers
|Type of Plate||Iron|
|Volcanic Lava Ceramic||CHI Lava 2.0|
|Black Titanium||CHI Deep Brilliance|
|Titanium Infused Ceramic||CHI G2 1in Professional Flat Iron|
|Tourmaline-Ceramic||CHI Tourmaline-Ceramic 3-in-1 Hairstyling Iron|
|Onyx Ceramic||CHI Onyx Euroshine|
|Ceramic||CHI Original Digital|
CHI takes pride in creating tools that allow you to view the temperature as the iron warms up. Being able to see what temperature the iron is on is more important than you may think. Your hair texture and the style you are going for determines how warm your iron should be. It’s important to avoid using the warmest temperature (typically 450℉ or higher) because it can damage your natural hair texture.
Protect your Hair From the Heat
A key step when styling your hair at home is using a thermal protection spray. Thermal protection is made to keep your hair healthy, prevent split ends, and reduce breakage. The award-winning CHI 44 Iron Guard helps seal the hair’s cuticle, prevents potential damage, and is packed with vitamins and nutrients for essential moisture.