I don’t know about you, but I wasn’t born with straight shiny locks. Nor was I blessed with luscious ringlets. It’s sort of a messy-in between wave and frizz state of flux, and THAT is why the Hana Flat Iron is such a godsend to a gal like me!
We were lucky enough to get the chance to review the Hana Titanium 1.5” flat iron by Misikko and I decided to combine my review with a tutorial of tips on getting a straight style. Check out the video – and we’ve linked to Misikko’s products in this post! Their hair straighteners are on sale at the moment at Misikko.com, making your purchase Kisster-Approved!
Tip #1: Divide hair into sections
Divide your hair into sections. I use Goody’s clips to secure separate sections on top of my head and let it down once the bottom sections are done.
Tip #2: Wash your hair at night
If you can, try to wash your hair at night and let it dry before bed and while you are sleeping. You’ll cut down on blow-dry time and also help damage your hair less. The Hana flat iron heats up in seconds, so if you’re anything like me in the morning, this is great because every second counts!
Tip #3: Make sure your flat iron plates are snag-free
Choose a flat iron that is snag free. We love Hana’s titanium plates. Their plates won’t catch your hair and cause breakage and split ends!
Tip #4: Rounded edges help you flip
I like to do a flip under at the ends which makes a flat iron job look more natural – it’s crucial to buy a flat iron with a rounded edge like the Hana because you can easily flip under or out, or even curl the ends! I also love that the plates aren’t too large on this iron. The inch and a half is big enough for straightening sections of your hair at a time, while still small enough to tame those little curls that come around your face and hair line.
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