Steam infusion straighteners essentially a hair straightening tool but it’s the most advanced type available. It looks the same as traditional straighteners except it has vents inside it, attached to the top and bottom plates.
As it sounds, it uses steam to heat it up and straighten hair and it is supposedly less damaging than traditional straighteners. While it straightens, it also delivers shine.
The hair tool holds water which needs topping up every now and then, generally, the water lasts around 15-20 minutes so if you have very long or very thick hair, you probably do need to top it up in the middle of styling. You use it just like a regular set of straighteners, except for adding water into a water chamber.
Luckily, these tools are very easy to operate, here’s a bullet list of how to use a steam straightener for the best straight hair results:
· Wash your hair with a good quality shampoo and condition thoroughly.
· Towel dry hair, apply a serum or hair product suited to your hair type.
· Allow hair to dry naturally or speed it up with a blast of air from your hairdryer.
· Apply a heat protection spray to your hair.
· Split hair into