6 styling tools to help tame your mane
Top picks for your unruly, unmanageable hair
By Annie Millar
Better Homes and Gardens Better Homes and Gardens Beauty and Lifestyle Editor / April 27 2016
‘Yes, I wake up with luscious locks every day,’ said no one ever. Alas, there’s just no avoiding it – if you want smooth, frizz-free hair, you need to put in a little effort. But don’t worry, that’s not to say you can’t get a helping hand to speed things up. All you need are these top hair styling tools.
VS Sassoon Cord Keeper Dryer
A great friend to have on holidays, this 2000-watt blow-dryer features a folding handle and retractable cord for easy storage in your suitcase. It also has two heat and two speed settings.
Parlux 385 Power Light Ceramic & Ionic Dryer
With four temperature settings, two speeds, an instant cold button, and two concentrator nozzles, this powerful yet lightweight hairdryer will create the perfect smooth and glossy base for any hairstyle.
Dafni Hair Straightening Ceramic Brush
Being time poor shouldn’t stop you tending to your tresses. This revolutionary hair straightening brush does the job in minutes. Simply brush your hair with the tool and it will straighten and smooth instantly. Seriously.
ghd Platinum Styler
If you want to cover all bases in one, like straighten, curl or style, this is our pick of the bunch. With safer-for-hair technology, it works quickly and effectively without damaging your lovely locks.
Muk Curl Stick
Create bouncy curls, soft sweep backs or deep waves, all with one curling wand. It comes with six different size barrels and nifty storage cases. The titanium finish ensures static-free strands.
Remington Perfect Curls 2-in-1
This tool has a heat-resistant spiral cover to guide hair – no more burnt fingers! Ceramic technology ensures even heat distribution, keeping hair frizz-free. Plus, there’s two barrel sizes to give you more versatility.
Annie Millar is a Beauty Expert with more than 30 years experience in the Beauty Industry. Her qualifications include Life Coaching, Makeup Artistry, Beauty Therapy and Secondary Teaching. She is currently the Beauty and Lifestyle Editor for Better Homes and Gardens magazine.