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Flat Iron

A flat iron, also called a straightening iron, has flat ceramic or metal heated plates and is designed to smooth and straighten hair. To use, place 1" to 2" sections of hair between the iron's heated plates and press firmly, then run the iron down the hair to the ends. Some irons have multiple temperature settings. Use lower heat settings for fine, thin or damaged hair; use higher settings for thick, straight or coarse hair. Ionic-ceramic technology is less damaging to hair and permits irons to heat quickly, evenly and to reach temperatures of over 400°F for fast results.
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Bobby Pin

A bobby pin is a type of hairpin, usually of metal or plastic, used in coiffure to hold hair in place. TIPS INSERT THEM CORRECTLY: Have you been putting in your bobby pins with the grooved side up? Bad news: You've been doing it all wrong. The grooved are intended to help the bobby pin stay in place, USE THEM WITH THE EXTRA COATING AT THE END: If those little plastic balls at the ends of your bobby pins have fallen off, it's time to toss 'em out. The sharp metal underneath is not meant to be worn on its...
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Straight Razor

A straight razor is a long blade set in a handle that folds open and closed. Straight razors were invented in 17th-century England and were the primary tool for manual shaving until the rise of the “safety razor” in the mid 20thcentury. However, recently straight razors have been making a big comeback, and for good reason. They offer many benefits and advantages. Here’s a step-by-step guide to using a straight razor: 1- If your face isn’t clean, clean it 2- Apply a pre-shave oil to soften up the hair follicles and help prevent post-shave irritation. 3- Lay a hot towel...
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