• GHD, all the way. Expensive, but worth it. Better than I could possibly articulate.
  • Personally, I like the T3 Tourmaline Wet-or-Dry ceramic iron/hair dryer. Expensive but it won't leave your hair feeling dry.
  • I love the paul mitchell flat iron, expensive but worth it. The solia is also good, you can find that on It is cheaper too. Also make sure you always use a heat protective spray after drying your hair. Then use some Paul Mitchell gloss drops before you flat iron your hair so the iron burns off the gloss drops and not your hair. It is very important to use that or something like it so you do not damage your hair. And don't set the iron on the highest setting either. A good moisturizing shampoo and conditioner are essential as well. I have been flar ironing my hair for years and I have little or no damage. Deep conditioning once a week is a good idea as well. Hope this helps.
  • I like the CHI. We tried others before, but this one works great and doesn't seem to damage hair.
  • I personally use the CHI flat iron. But also important, is what product you're using on your hair. Before you use any heating tool, you should be using a thermal protectant. I wash my hair always with Salon shampoo (either Biolage or CHI), then I run CHI oil through my hair, blowdry with my CHI blowdryer, spray hair with the straight guard CHI spray, and then flat iron.
  • The Karmin Hair Iron is a great flat iron which doesn't damage or dry hair out as it features Ion field technology which seals in natural oils. And as Jessica stated it is very important to use a heat protectant styling aid before using any type of heat styling product. One I really like is Sexy Hair Concepts Smooth and Seal. They also have other styling aids available as well and can be found at a salon.
  • GHD's and an oil based heat protection spray before you style. That way your hair doesn't get frazzled.
  • CHI and GHD are really good, if you are concerned about price you can go for others. Check for more details about flat irons.

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