When it comes to straighteners, there isn’t just one kind. There a lot of variants with different attributes that are claimed to tackle separate parts of your hair and to be better for certain types. In terms of the different types, the main aspect that often confuses people is what to get- a wide plate straightener or a thin plate straightener?
We’re sure all of us want the one which allows us to straighten the hair more effectively but most of us may end up buying one which is wrong for a particular hair type.
Flat irons with wide plates are becoming increasingly popular amongst stylists, influencers, and other artists. Although they look bulkier than the standard straighteners but prove to have their benefits when it comes to certain styles.
So how exactly does a wide plate straightener help?
These straighteners are ideal for hair that is particularly long or thick. This allows for maximum contact with the hair, and for more of your mane to fit in each time, meaning it won't take all day to style. It covers more surface and therefore is a lot more efficient when running it through locks of significant length. Due to this, they are also perfect for thick hair as they can grip onto this better and so will do a better job at straightening this type than if you were to use thinner irons. It’s easier and quicker styling on long, curly, or thick hair and just a wrist-flick away!
In case you have thick tresses that get back to its original state just an hour after ironing, then you should probably try a wide plate straightener to see the difference in both the styling time and how long does your hair hold on to the style.
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