Wednesday, April 21, 2010

Flat Iron Experts - Review

I am no expert when it comes to styling hair; however, I like to play around with different hair styles and want to use tools that give me what I want without taking a lot of time. One day I may be in the mood for my hair to be straight and the next day I'll want it flipped out. I don't have the time or the patience to work on my hair forever so it's important to have the right flat iron and other tools to make it right in a short period of time.


The KQC X-Heat Tourmaline Ceramic Flat Iron is a hairstyling tool that I've been using almost daily because I am able to do different styles with it without damaging my hair. I've used this flat iron, along with my two oldest daughters, and we all like how it straightens hair quickly and proficiently.

The different heat settings, going up to a temperature of 410 F, give different hair textures and types the correct amount of heat needed to style your hair. I normally keep the heat at around 300 F due to my normal textured hair. If I want to just do a touch up, I'll set it at a lower heat temperature. The ceramic heaters and negative ions give my hair more shine and it looks less dry.

The cord is long enough that I'm able to straighten my daughter's hair when she asks for help, giving me room to stand behind her and reach her hair. The red power light continually blinks when it is on, with the flat iron being ready to use in just 30 seconds.

This particular hair straightener is a little on the pricey side, but I've used much cheaper ones with disappointing results. I've found that some things are more expensive for a reason, and this flat iron enables me to have the hairstyles I want. The end result is satisfactory.


If you are in the market for a hair straightener, hair dryer, curling iron, or other hair care products I'd suggest that you check out the large selection available at Flat Iron Experts. They are an online beauty shop that specializes in selling and reviewing the best in the beauty industry.

For each product there is a description explaining what it does and what it can be used for. There are lots of customer reviews giving opinions of the consumers. There is the option to choose the products you want by brand, feature, or price. Flat Iron Experts is an expert in giving you the best hair tools you need.

I received product for review from Flat Iron Experts. The opinions within this post are of my own and I was not influenced in any way. Please do your own research before purchasing products. Your opinions and results may differ.

1 comments:

Marlene said...

I paid around $140 for my flat iron. Not cheap - but worth it. Had a cheap one before - ick. Totally agree with you on this!