How to Choose the Right Curling Iron Holder

Curling Iron Holder

How to Choose the Right Curling Iron Holder

Do you ever feel overwhelmed when it comes to choosing out a curling iron holder? You don't need to worry more; we are here to help you out to decide which is better for you, as the start to a beautiful day with your perfect hairs. If your hairs shine the whole day, it boosts your confidence.

Let's discuss some important points and terms that will help you out to choose the best appliances for your hairs.

Firstly, let's discuss the iron holder:

Ceramic has unique heat conduction properties, which results in heated hairs. It is suitable for hair's health and time & energy efficiency, whereas the iron holder with metal or plastic heating elements burns with too much high heat. In the end, hairs get over-heated and unevenly results in dries.

What are Positive Ions vs. Negative Ions in these appliances?

  • Positive Ions caused the cuticle of the hair to result in frizzy, dull, and unhealthy looking. You get this from metal or plastic appliances.
  • Negative Ions cause the hair to trap moisture and eliminate frizz, whereas it also eliminates static and results in a smooth and soft finish.
  • Tourmaline coating: It is a gemstone coating containing minerals that naturally emit negative ions to make the hair shinier more.

High or Low Wattage

The more watts any appliance has, the more power and heat it can provide. There isn't any wattage controlling option in the gadgets. However, you can always switch down the heat but still have the power in it. A good range is between 1300-1875 watts for any hair appliances.

  • Multiple Speeds and Heat Setting

Choose hair appliances that have multiple heat and speed settings. Also, a "cool shot" button can adjust the heat and speed according to the requirement. For example, in flat iron, changing the heat setting as more is not always better. The thicker, more dense hair is ideal for the highest heat setting, whereas thin and fragile hair uses the lowest heat setting to avoid damage to the hair


  • ·Choose the lightweight appliance.

Like we spend a good chunk of time blow drying our hair, so you should care about the dyer's weight too. Don’t choose a huge, clunky, and heavy dryer. Try to choose the one that weighs 1lb. or less. This will save on shoulder fatigue and back pain.AS; the heavier one can cause these problems.


A majority of blow dryers come packaged with nozzle attachments; why?

Always try to choose a blow dryer that comes with a broad and narrow airflow nozzle as well as a diffuser because the wide nozzle will expand airflow while drying long, thick hair. In contrast, the narrow nozzle can be used when air concentration is needed for polished finishing.

I hope these points help you choose the best hair appliances for yourself, like curling iron holder, ditching the old version, and going for the latest devices with more advanced features. Go and check the latest one in the store.

Published by Burke Decor

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