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    Straighteners

    How To Choose The Right Temperature ?

    The best way to choose the right temperature for your hair is as per its density and texture. For thin hair, the ideal temperature for straightening is 160 degree celsius. For medium-density hair, one can go upto 180 degree celsius, and if the hair is thick or coarse, one can go upto 190 degree celsius. For chemical treatments, one can go upto 230 degree celsius. Temperatures above 190 degree are advisable for professional use only.

    Difference Between Thin & Wide Plates ?

    "Thin plates help you style your hair differently - recommended for curls or different hair textures. Wide plates are ideally for maximum coverage on very long hair, and help save lot of time."

    Appropriate Products To Use While Straightening ?

    Make sure to use the right shampoo, conditioner or mask as per your hair type, density and texture. To get the perfect finish, we advise you to use heat constructor or a similar spray-based product. Try to avoid cream-based products as they tend to weigh down the hair making it look flat.

    What Is The Difference Between Ceramic And Titanium Plates ?

    "Ceramic plates are gentler and kinder to the hair. They eliminate frizz. Titanium plates are the latest innovation in hair straightening technology. These are made to have exceptionally smooth surface, hence producing a long-lasting, glossy, sleek and shiny finish."

    Hair Dryers

    Does It Come With Cool Shot ?

    "Ofcourse! All the dryers come with cool shot. Although many people ignore it, the 'cool shot' button on your hair-dryer is there for a reason. Blasting cool air through your finished hairstyle, helps set it in place for a long time, while keeping the hair healthy."

    What Is The Difference Between The 2 Nozzles You Get With The Dryer ?

    You always get 2 nozzles with every dryer. The first one is big and narrow, while the other one is small and a little wider. So, if you are working on coarse, thick hair (wavy to curly type) ideally you should use the first one for a more concentrated air flow & a nice finish. If the hair is fine, brittle or chemically treated, it is advisable to use the second nozzle to maintain the quality of the hair.

    Curlers

    How To Choose The Right Temperature ?

    The best way to choose the right temperature for your hair, is as per its density and texture. For thin hair, the ideal temperature for straightening is 160 degree celsius. For medium-density hair, one can go upto 180 degree celsius, and if the hair is thick or coarse, one can go upto 190 degree celsius. For chemical treatments, one can go upto 230 degree celsius. Temperatures above 190 degree are advisable for professional use only.

    How To Choose The Right Size ?

    "Curls are very trendy, and as professionals, we would recommend different curl sizes. (Since every size will have a different outcome) Curl sizes vary from afro-style, to classic waves, to beach waves, going all way to a vintage hair look. Smaller the size, tighter the curls. Bigger the size, softer the curls. We encourage you to have all the possible sizes to create different variations of curls. "

    How Does A Clamp Help While Styling Hair ?

    Clamp is one of the most important part of the tong. It allows you to hold the hair while tonging it to create different movements and techniques. As there are multiple techniques who create different textures.

    It Is Easy To Style Medium To Long Hair With Curlers ?

    We Indians have a history of growing long hair and being an Indian brand, we have considered that. Hence, for all curlers, we have kept the barrel-size longer, so that even curls can be achieved from roots to the tips.

    Crimpers

    How To Use A Crimper for Volume ?

    "Crimper is the only styling tool that gives you tremendous amount of volume which lasts till the next wash. First, you must decide whether you wish to have volume on the roots or full hair. For root-volume, first blow-dry, then use a titanium crimper on the roots only. You can then finish your hairstyle with any type of texture. If you want volume from roots to the tips- blow-dry, dry the hair to have foundation. Then, use S9 crimper from the roots to the tips, section by section, throughout the hair."

    What Is The Difference Between S 9 And Titanium Crimper ?

    "The S9 crimping iron achieves the classic crimping look. This look was very popular in the 1990's and is becoming more popular now. It gives volume and and a very different texture which none of the tools can. The titanium crimper is an innovation of the classic crimper that can be used in multiple ways. For example, you can use it on roots for amazing volume, and on full hair length because it creates a mini-crimp effect which is very close to most natural hair textures. You can create the trendy updo/chignon hair look after crimping. "