If you are thinking of straightening your hair, then a CHI flatiron may be just the right thing for you. It is one of the most common straightening tools you will find. It is used by professional salons and available to the general public. CHI, which stands for Cationic Hydration Interlink, is a registered trademark owned by Farouk Systems Groups, a Houston-based company that manufactures high-quality professional hair care and spa products.
Auto-Digital Wet to Dry Ceramic Hairstyling Iron
The CHI Auto-Digital Wet to Dry Ceramic Hairstyling Iron provides versatility by combining two functions into one tool. It will allow you to straighten your hair while it is damp or dry. This CHI flatiron has tourmaline ceramic plates which emit far infrared ions for smooth, shiny and frizz-free hair. It also comes with its own stand and thermal pouch for easy storage.
The CHI Auto-Digital Wet to Dry Ceramic Hairstyling Iron has controls that you can use to set the temperature and time. Its digital monitor allows you to see the temperature. The built-in timer allows you to shut off once you are done.
As with any CHI flatiron, use this product only with CHI shampoos and conditioners for best results. Also, make sure your hair is 90 to 95 percent dry, combed and parted prior to using.
As of 2010, the average price of CHI Auto-Digital Wet to Dry Ceramic Hairstyling Iron is about $200.
Mini CHI Ceramic Hairstyling Iron
If you are always traveling, you might decide that the Mini CHI Ceramic Hairstyling Iron is for you. It is a smaller version (with plates measuring 1 1/4 inches) of the CHI Original Ceramic Hairstyling Iron. Its small size will allow you to carry it even inside a small purse. The CHI Ceramic Hairstyling Iron has plates made of ceramic for quick and even heat distribution, resulting in smooth straight styles. Aside from straightening your hair, this mini flatiron can also curl, flip and bend to create the perfect style every time. The Mini CHI Ceramic Hairstyling Iron can convert from 110-volt to 220-volt with a regular adapter.
As of 2010, the average retail price of Mini CHI Ceramic Hairstyling Iron is about $80.
Turbo Digital Microchip Ceramic Hairstyling Iron
CHI Turbo Digital Microchip Ceramic Hairstyling Iron offers has felt heat protection and digital technology for precise temperature control. It also has an optional auto shut-off technology for safety. The felt ends give the flatiron a softer feel and heat protection. Its digital display allows you to view the temperature in degrees Celsius and degrees Fahrenheit, with variable heat settings of up to 392 degrees F or 200 degrees C. The CHI Turbo Digital Microchip Ceramic Hairstyling Iron is available in 1 inch and 1.5 inches ceramic plates for quick and even heating.
As of 2010, the average price of Turbo Digital Microchip Ceramic Hairstyling Iron is about $78.