Just when you thought you couldn’t get more state of the art than the ceramic tourmaline zero-snags straightener on your dressing table, out came the next big thing: hot tools designed to treat the hair while you use them- ‘Serum Infusion Straighteners’
So how does this straightener work, exactly? They’re not as messy as they sound. Essentially, this tool looks like any other flat irons but is supposed to be much less damaging. They give hair an extra moisture boost, making it easier and quicker to get a silky, straight ’do without a ton of breakage or frizz.
This iron has hair serum infused into the plates themselves, usually ceramic. Because ceramic is a porous material, it allows the serum to activate and transfer to locks when heated. Don’t worry though—the serum is built into the plates, so it’s not a situation where you’ll end up with greasiness or oil build-up.
Such straighteners usually claim to cut frizz by at least 50% after use. Since such a straightener releases serum from its plates it not only straightens the hair but also strengthens and protects your strands. You’re sure to get a similar result: a smooth, shiny finish—to what you’d get using a serum directly on the hair, but without weighing it down.
Due to the serum infusion along with heat, you can tame the wildest & amp; weirdest curls, waves, and bangs into poker-straight hair in a stroke. It is bound to give really straight in a single stroke.
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