A beauty editor tries 3 iconic hair styling tools

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As I get older and more comfortable with my extra-thick suit, curly textureI was a lot more open to experimenting with hair. I’m sure anyone with a similar hairstyle can relate. Really learning to love your strands (and just picking up the flat iron once in a while) can be a journey. Most days, I embrace my natural curls, but not always. In high school, I used to straighten my hair every night. Yes, I’m cringing thinking about it all the damage I caused with my precious locks, too.

However, now, I am in a better place. I still love heat styling when I’m in the mood and trying out new hair tools, so I decided to try some of the January favorites on the market. I tried each tool for a week to see which one was worth the time and money. Technically, this is a three-week trial, but as I write this in the fourth week of January, I continue to use some of these tools. Continue reading for my experiences with each.


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