Must Have Hairstyling Tools & Appliances
There are SO many different hairstyling tools and appliances available to us now, it can be overwhelming to figure out which ones we actually need in our collection. Sometimes we get caught up in the hype and lose sight of the true must-haves, kind of like adding to our wardrobe. But when it comes to tools and appliances that you need it’s all about function and versatility which is why we’re sharing the must have hairstyling tools and appliances to help you out. We’re eliminating the overwhelming and giving you the basics that will help you accomplish pretty much any hairstyle you would want to achieve.
This one may go without saying, but it’s definitely a must have in the hairstyling tool department. While you obviously want a hair dryer, we want to make sure we’re emphasizing the fact that you should invest in a GOOD hair dryer. The saying you get what you pay for truly applies to hair dryers, unfortunately they’re not all created equally. When you have a quality hair dryer it can help to keep your hair healthy and help you achieve a more flawless look overall.
Of course, most women have a curling iron but if you don’t already it’s definitely a must have for your collection. The great thing about curling irons is like flat irons, you’re able to do quite a bit with them. Investing in a quality curling iron is an obvious suggestion. Generally speaking a 1-1 ½” curling iron is going to be versatile for users to help you achieve a great curled look or something like a beachy wave. It’s all about technique when it comes to using curling irons, but they’re definitely tools that can help you achieve a wide range of different hairstyles.
Flat irons have become really popular in recent years, and with good reason! The great thing about flat irons is their versatility, you’re really able to achieve different hairstyles with a flat iron…and not just straight hair! The key is to, again, invest in a quality flat iron that will work well with your hair type. When looking for a flat iron, consider the size of it in relation to how much hair you have. Naturally, the more hair you have the longer it will take if you have a very small iron. Get a flat iron that won’t cause damage to your hair, and is something that you’re comfortable with size wise.