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4 Tips For Flat Ironing Your Hair

on January 13, 2019

Straight hair is a trend that seems to never go out of style. Everyone wants to have perfectly chic and sleek hair. One way to achieve this is through flat ironing. Want to get a super cute flat ironed look? Here are four of the best tips for straightening your hair.

1. Dry Your Hair Completely

NEVER add extreme heat to your hair while it is wet. Flat ironing wet hair will burn the hair or create hair bubbles. If you are starting with freshly washed hair, blow dry your hair thoroughly. Sit under a dryer will also help dry your hair all the way through. 

2. Use A Heat Protectant

Heat protectants are crucial for the health of your hair. Flat irons use a lot of heat and if you don’t protect your hair, you could do some major damage. Using the Bye Bye Frizz heat protectant by EAP Heat adequately protects your hair and reduces frizz for a shiny and smooth press.

3. Get Creative

Flat irons aren’t just for straightening hair. They can also double as curlers. You can create voluminous curls or adorable waves with the help of a quality flat iron. Check out a few of these styles that were created with the EAP Heat flat irons.

4. Take A Break

Straightening or curling your hair on a daily basis is never a good idea. To keep your hair healthy and in top notch shape, take a break from the heat. A great compromise would be to use hair extensions. You can protect your hair from any damage while still rocking the best flat ironed styles.

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by Kendasha Jones on November 09, 2020


by Kendasha Jones on November 09, 2020

Your hair product is good I need one of those flat

by Andie on September 06, 2019

Is the EAP flat iron too hot for relaxed hair? Do you advise use for relaxed hair?

Thank you in advance.

by Pam Taylor on July 16, 2019

I was very interested in your flat iron however I wanted to know if your iron was made out of titanium? I didn’t see it mentioned in the “About” section. Thanks!!!

by Julie on July 16, 2019

Is this flat iron for any and all hair types ? Is it created to be used in the salon where it would get a lot of use ? in search of a new flat iron. If yes to both of those questions why would I choose your flat iron over another popular brand such as paul Mitchell or Babyliss ? Thank you,