There are two types of hair straightening tools. First is the brush. Secondly is the flat iron. Here we are going to discuss the main difference of the two that way it will help you which one will work perfectly for your hair.
A hair straightener is a grooming tool designed to remove curls or kinks from your hair. There are several types of hair straightening tools and methods available. Whether your hair is curly or straight, it is the hydrogen bonds in your hair which act as the “glue” to help keep its shape. Heat is able to weaken these hydrogen bonds which then enables the hair to be temporarily restyled.
Flat Iron Straighteners
This generally works best on very thick, curly, frizzy, or African-American hair by clamping the hair tightly between the two flat plates, the heat is transferred very effectively to the hair. Take note, excessive use of flat irons can potentially damage your hair.
1. Hair looks smooth and shiny.
2. Looks classy and anti-frizz.
3. Done before dry cutting of hair.
2. Hair thinning.
3. Looks like you have a wig on (sometimes)
4. You have to do it every single day, if your a big fan of straight hair, its time-consuming.
5. You can't straighten your hair if the weather is humid.
6. You MUST use heat protectant sprays, or else, the heat damages your hair.
Hair Brush Straighteners
If you have thin hair or hair that is easily damaged, a hairbrush straightener would be your first choice, as they generally use a lower level of heat than a flat iron. In addition to flattening hair, hairbrush straighteners can be used to add shine to dull hair.
1.Suitability for thin or easily damaged hair due to low heat levels
2.Faster hair styling, ease of hairstyling and protecting the quality of hair.
3. More manageable process, as the hair is being brushed and flattened at the same time
5.Adding shine to dull hair
6.Quick to reach the ideal temperature
7.More frequent use than flat iron devices as they are safer on the hair and scalp
1.not pin-straight hairstyle like what is achieved from a flat iron, no possibility to curl the strands like a flat iron can.
2. Time is taken to straighten and style hair is greater than flat irons
Always remember that daily use of a straightener can damage your hair, particularly if—like many straightener addicts—your hair is already coarse and dry. The heat dries out your hair, making it more vulnerable to split ends and breakage. The more heat you use, and the more frequently you use it, the worse the damage will be.
It`s up to you to decide which tool to use to straighten your curls. Maybe the information provided above will help you come to a decision. Visit our hair salon equipment and check out different hair tools we offer. Just click here.