25.10.2020

Sleek and chic has never been so easy thanks to these high-tech straighteners

Bluetooth Smart Straightener, £130, Glamoriser

Bluetooth Smart Straightener, £130, Glamoriser

The styling tool of the future. This hair smoother is installed with clever bluetooth technology that reacts to your personal hair needs. Want to know the ideal temperature for your hair type? No problem. Fancy planning your hair schedule? The diary function will remind you when it’s time to re-straighten. Add in an auto shut-off function for peace of mind, and you’ll wonder how your hair ever survived without it.

Neuro Smooth Straightener, £109, Paul Mitchell

Neuro Smooth Straightener, £109, Paul Mitchell

Those with really curly, bushy and roughly textured hair praise the quick-heating plates and smoothing abilities of this straightener. Reaching upwards of 230 degrees in as little as thirty seconds, it’s ideal for girls who need their mane tamed, and fast.

Ghd White Platinum Styler, £165, Ghd

Ghd White Platinum Styler, £165, Ghd

Ghd consider this their ultimate hair straightener, and we can’t argue with them. After testing the Platinum Styler for a couple weeks, it became a personal favourite of our writer. A hell of a multi-tasking machine, it straightens even the most frizzy hair types without damaging it (as the temperatures adapts to each strand) and it also works wonderfully to create Hollywood-worthy curly hairstyles, for those days when you’re feeling a lil bit extra.

T3 SinglePass X Straightening Iron, £165, T3 Haircare

T3 SinglePass X Straightening Iron, £165, T3 Haircare

To understand the high price tag of this straightener you have to try it. It’s probably one of the best in the market for those who have lost faith in their old tools. If you think only a Brazilian blowout or a keratin treatment is the only thing that would do justice for your frizz-prone hair, invest in this bad boy.

Braun Sensocare ST780 Hair Straightener, £52.99, Argos

Braun Sensocare ST780 Hair Straightener, £52.99, Argos

The SensoCare from Braun has clever technology whereby the plate detects the moisture levels in your hair and adapts its temperature to prevent damage. Does it work? Definitely, the finish is natural and shiny. But it’s not ideal for those with oily hair as the temperature can run low and take longer to straighten the whole head.

Remington Air Plates Straightener, £79.99, Remington

Remington Air Plates Straightener, £79.99, Remington

This is not your average hair straightener. The plates – or, air plates – are suspended to help reach the most difficult of areas (baby hair, anyone?). The design of the plates also prevents the handles heating up, which is a dream for hair straightener enthusiasts.

BaByliss 3Q Straightener, £90, BaByliss

BaByliss 3Q Straightener, £90, BaByliss

BaByliss’s 3Q is the brand’s newest quartz-ceramic hair straightener with an ionic system for super shiny locks. It has *twelve* heat settings that go up to 235 degrees – pro’s stuff.

Ghd Gold Mini Styler, £119, Ghd

Ghd Gold Mini Styler, £119, Ghd

The perfect straightener for short hair and fringes, Ghd’s mini styler is a luxe option for your everyday styling, and the narrow plates are ideal for precise movements. This straightener also has a smart system that puts itself on sleep mode if not used for 30 minutes (for the forgetful ladies out there). Pro tip: use it on the roots making a downward “U” movement to add a little oomph to the base of hair that looks flat.

Dafni Go Straightening Brush, £99.95, John Lewis

Dafni Go Straightening Brush, £99.95, John Lewis

We’ve seen a fair few straightening brushes and hot air brushes on social media, but do they work? The verdict? Much like those hundreds of Instagram videos, they do – especially if you have thin hair. The Dafni brush is one of the best in the market, our go-to for quick fix-ups or taming volume on humid days. If you have wavy or curly locks, we advise to blow-dry your hair before using it.

Cloud Nine The Original Iron, £139, Cloud Nine

Cloud Nine The Original Iron, £139, Cloud Nine

We are big fans of mineral beauty products. The trend that took the industry by storm a couple years of ago is still going strong, and now it has reached hair tool technology – yep, we’re talking about a mineral hair straightener. The mineral-coated plates of Cloud Nine’s Original Iron is proven to be kinder to hair, much like mineral makeup to complexion.

Remington Keratin Radiance Straightener, £99.99, Remington

Remington Keratin Radiance Straightener, £99.99, Remington

For anyone obsessed with the wonders that keratin treatments can do for your hair, this straightener may be your new best friend. The plates are coated with keratin oils for a super smooth finish. Bye, frizz!

L'Oréal Professional Steampod At Home, £185, Allbeauty

L’Oréal Professional Steampod At Home, £185, Allbeauty

Now this is quite interesting, and if you’ve never heard of it, it’s time you did. Taking a break from chemical formulas from time to time should be a no brainer – hair care included. This L’Oréal straightener is as close as we’ll ever get to naturally straightening your hair; it comes with a little pod, which you fill with water to literally steam your hair straight. And it totally works!

BaByliss Sleek Control 235 Straightener, £35, BaByliss

BaByliss Sleek Control 235 Straightener, £35, BaByliss

For those that prayed for larger plates, BaByliss heard you. Ideal for long and thick hair, or anyone that really can’t be bothered to waste hours straightening locks. It’s a miracle maker and a powerful machine – we’re talking pro heating, so make sure to prep your hair beforehand with heat protection products.

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