How do flat irons work?
When the polished heated plates go past the cuticles it straightens them out
Certain flat irons are designed to be used on wet hair for convenience. I don't know about the sedu specifically, but I know that Croc and Hana both have flat irons that were designed with this use in mind. If I remember correctly, the Croc is called "wet to dry", and I think both Hana irons were designed to work on both wet and dry hair.
No I just received a pink ISO straightener for Christmas and I went to plug it in and 15 min. later i went to use it and it was cold. One side of it was freezing and the other side was warm. I bought it at the mall and this man at a booth was selling them was a employee for ISO it was $80. I do NOT recommend ISO flat irons.
I want to use a flat iron on my hair in paris.france what can i buy in usa to take that will work there?
Some flat irons won't work in Europe, even with an adaptor. The voltage is too high, and if your flat iron doesn't have the voltage conversion number listed on it, then you can't use an adaptor. For instance, on some hair dryers it might say 125-250V. That tells you it will convert itself to use less power when you plug it in to an adaptor. But many flat irons only say 120V, and that tells…
One of the best flat irons on the market is the Andis Silver Tourmaline Ceramic 2" Flat Iron. CHI brand flat irons are also very good. Another answer: The best flat iron is the Karmin G3 Salon Pro, it has temperature control, dual voltage, tourmaline ceramic plates with rounded edges which makes it great for also curling your hair. I use it and it works amazingly.
Tourmaline flat irons have more negative ions and it makes your hair smooth and shiny. It also works faster. The only thing is they are a bit more pricey. I would say that a tourmaline is better because of quality. If you want a cheaper one though you should get ceramic flat irons. It also depends on what brand you are buying.