Titanium is the most durable, lightweight curling iron material and is able to hold high heat settings for longer. They're best for coarse or thick hair types. Titanium is a type of transition metals with unique characteristics proven effective for styling.
By having metallic properties, titanium technology promotes quick heating while preserving moisture in the hair, so it retains hair’s natural beauty. It won’t corrode so your iron lasts longer, it holds the heat and promotes shine by locking much-needed moisture into your hair.
In this blog today, we are going to run you through a couple of highlights and downsides of a titanium barrel, which will be of great help for you to decide, whether a titanium curler is something that you should invest in or not.
A titanium curler highlights the following benefits:
Fast heating: Most of us have busy schedules, and we all need a curler that heats immediately to save time. Due to titanium’s metallic attributes, it heats up fast and women tend to create perfect hairstyles soon.
Even heat distribution: In most cases, people think that metals tend to heat unevenly and result in hair damage. However, titanium barrels ensure even heat distribution and protect hair from scathes.
Smooth surface glides on hair easily: Titanium barrels move smoothly on hair, preventing tangling and ensuring your locks are protected from potential damages.
Moisture retention: Cheap quality curlers leave an impression of drying hair instead of promoting healthy appeal. However, titanium technology retains moisture to retain its perfect health and moisture.
Promotes shine: Shiny hair is a dream for many women. A titanium curler aids in releasing negative ions that ensure shine after straightening.
Anti-rust property: Corrosion is a common problem among hairstyling tools. With titanium, one can use this curler for a long time as it prevents rust due to its anti-corrosion property.
Downsides of a titanium curler:
Expensive: Titanium curlers are expensive than other technologies for regular use and hence can be a little heavy on the pocket than usual.
Can damage thin tresses: Titanium curlers distributes high temperatures that can harm thin or injured hair cuticles.
Though titanium curlers are a bit expensive than others, their working performance is more effective and have expert touch than other technologies.
We hope this piece helps you select the right curler depending on your hair type in order to get effective results.
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