If you have curly hair and you're tired of the frizz and ringlets, and you really want to 'straighten' things out, so to speak, try the InStyler.
On GMA this morning in a segment, 'Battle of the Hair Straighteners,' 2 curly-maned women chose the styling tool over the over-the-counter straightening serums.
We've all seen the InStyler infomercials on TV. The styling aid is described as a rotating hot iron straightener. And indeed, it is....it's like a curling iron, hairbrush, and flat-iron all rolled into one.
And yes, there is some 'rolling' involved.
According to the InStyler website, this unique device uses less heat than a typical flat-iron because "the rotating motion of the polishing cylinder literally polishes your hair strands individually so it doesn't need extreme heat to get amazing results."
Now, you don't have to spend hours straightening your wild, curly locks. This little rolling hair gadget can give you a full style in 8 minutes. And you also get smooth, silky, shiny strands.
Flat-ironing hair can do quite a number of nasty things to the health of your locks. When you think about it---a flat-iron is literally baking your hair between 2 searing plates.
Check out the Good Morning America clip on the InStyler Rotating Hot Iron Straightener. The 2 participants liked the ease of the InStyler and how healthy their hair looked after using it:
'Battle of the Hair Straighteners.
We have almost stick straight hair with a tiny bit of wave, so we wouldn't be a good candidate to determine the best at-home hair straighteners, but this little test showed us plenty.
What do you think?