By Julie LaCrout
Tip #1: Choose your straightener wisely.
Let’s talk about the obvious for just a moment. With a wide range of straighteners on the market, with an even wider array of prices, it’s important to understand that you usually get what you pay for.
A quality straightener that will deliver the results you’re looking for and stand the test of time will most likely cost a little bit more.
Tip #2: Understand your hair’s unique personality.
For fine or damaged hair: 250-300 degreesFor medium/average hair: 300-350 degreesFor thick or coarse hair: 350-400 degrees