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How to use your hair straightener as a curling iron
There are two ways to use your Hair Iron as a curling iron. We suggest trying both and then deciding which works best for you and gives the results you want.
Just as you would with a curling iron, taking sections of your hair one at a time start at the end of the section, curl hair up towards the scalp, hold for about 5 seconds and then gently release the hair.
Most models use coils of wire that have a high electric resistivity and heat rapidly with an electric current. A fan usually blows ambient air past the hot coils resulting in heated air effective for drying. The heating element in most hairdryers is a bare, coiled nichrome wire that is wrapped around insulating mica heating boards. Nichrome wire is used in heating elements, because of two important properties: it is a poor conductor of electricity and it does not oxidize when heated.
In terms of modern models, a survey of stores in 2007 showed that most hair dryers have ceramic heating elements (like ceramic heaters)because of their instant heat capability. This means that it takes less time for the dryers to heat up, and thus it takes a lot less time for the hair to dry.
Many of these hair dryers have cool shot buttons which turn off the heater and just blow room temperature air while the button is pressed. This function is useful in helping to maintain the hairstyle by setting it. The cold air also reduces frizz and can help to bolster the shine in the hair.
Many also feature ionic operation, to reduce the amount of static electricity build-up in the hair. Manufacturers also claim this makes the hair smoother. Some stylists[who?] today consider the introduction of ionic technology to be one of the most important advances in the beauty industry.
Hair dryers are available with different attachments, including a diffuser, an airflow concentrator, and a comb nozzle attachment . A diffuser is an attachment that is used on hair that is fine, colored, permed or naturally curly. It works by diffusing the heat so that the hair dries more slowly at a cooler temperature. This makes it so that the hair is less likely to frizz and it gives the hair more volume. An airflow concentrator does the exact opposite of a diffuser. It makes the end of the blowdryer more narrow and thus helps to concentrate the heat into one spot in order to make it dry rapidly. The comb nozzle attachment is the same as the airflow concentrator, but it ends with comb-like teeth so that the user can dry the hair using just the dryer without a brush or comb.
Before the invention of the hairdryer, it was actually common for men and women to dry their hair using a vacuum cleaner. In fact, the original model of hairdryer was invented in 1890 by Alexandre Goldefroy by taking inspiration from the vacuum cleaner. Alexandre invented it for usage in his hair salon in France and it was not portable or handheld, but instead could only be used by having the woman sit underneath it. However, it was not until the 1920s that the hairdryer began to go on the market in handheld form. This was due to innovations by US Racine Universal Motor Company and the Hamilton Beach Co. that allowed the hairdryer to be handheld. Even in the 1920s the new hairdryers were often heavy, weighing in at approximately 2 lbs, and difficult to use. They also had many instances of overheating and electrocution. It was also only capable of using 100 watts so it took a lot longer to dry hair (the average hairdryer today can use up to 2000 watts of heat).
Since the 1920s, development of the hairdryer has mainly focused on improving the wattage and superficial exterior and material changes. In fact, the mechanism of the hairdryer has not had any significant changes since its inception. One of the more important changes for the hairdryer is having the materials change to plastic so that it is more lightweight. This really caught on in the 1960s with the introduction of better electrical motors and the improvement of plastics. Another important change happened in 1954 when GEC changed the design of the dryer to move the motor inside the casing. Also, including safety mechanisms in them has been important, especially since Consumer Product Safety Commission set up guidelines in the 1970s that hairdryers had to meet in order to be considered safe to manufacture. Since 1991 the CPSC has mandated by US law that all dryers must use a ground fault circuit interrupter so that it cannot electrocute a person if it gets wet. By the year 2000 deaths by blowdryers had dropped to less than four people a year, a stark difference to the hundreds of cases of electrocution accidents during the mid-twentieth century. In terms of positive health, this type of hairdryer has also been cited as an effective treatment for head lice. Overall, the size, weight, noise, and appearance of the hairdryer has dramatically changed from the heavy bulky noisy contraptions of the early part of the twentieth century, to the streamlined plastic that people are used to today.
There are two other major types of blowdryers other than the hand held. These are the bonnet hairdryer and the rigid-hood hairdryer. The bonnet hairdryer was introduced to consumers in 1951. This type of dryer worked by having the dryer, usually in a small portable box, connected to a tube that went into a bonnet with holes in it that could be placed on top of a persons head. This worked by giving an even amount of heat to the whole head at once. The 50s also saw the introduction of the rigid-hood hair dryer which is the type most frequently seen in salons, and it had a hard plastic helmet that goes over the head. This dryer works similarly to the bonnet hairdryer but at a much higher wattage
Curling irons, also known as curling tongs, create waves or curls in the hair. There are many different types of modern curling irons, which can vary by diameter, material, and shape of barrel and the type of handle. The barrel's diameter can be anywhere from .5 inches (1.3 cm) to 2 inches (5.1 cm). Smaller barrels typically create spiral curls or ringlets, and larger barrels are used to give shape and volume to a hairstyle.
Curling irons are typically made of Teflon, ceramic, tourmaline, metal, or titanium, each of which has its pros and cons. The barrel's shape can either be a cylinder, cone, or reverse cone, and the iron can have brush attachments or double and triple barrels.
The curling iron can also have either a spring-loaded, Marcel, or clipless handle. Spring loaded handles are the most popular and use a spring to work the barrel's clamp. When using a Marcel handle, named after Marcel Grateau, one applies his or her own pressure to the clamp. Clipless wands have no clamp, and the user simply wraps hair around a rod. Most clipless curling irons come with a Kevlar glove to avoid burns.
Straightening irons, straighteners, or flat irons, not to be confused with clothing irons, work by breaking down the hair's hydrogen bonds found in the hair's cortex, which cause hair to bend and become curly. Once the bonds are broken, hair is prevented from holding its original, natural form, though the hydrogen bonds can re-form if exposed to moisture. They can also use infrared technology.It is important to first make sure the hair is completely dry before pressing it. Next, a heat protector spray is used to protect the hair from direct heat and aid in the straightening process. A small amount of heat protector spray should be applied to the hair before pressing, one small section at a time. Next, a small section in the back of the head (about half an inch by an inch) is combed with a regular comb. The hot comb is then placed directly over a stove-top burner or a convectional hot plate and is left sitting for about a minute, making sure it does not smoke. The hot comb is taken off the burner, then wiped off with a clean towel and allowed it to cool for a few seconds. Then the small section of hair is slowly run through the teeth of the hot comb, tilting the comb back to allow the back to smooth the hair as it follows the teeth. This pattern is continued all around the head until the hair is at the desired texture.
If using an electric hot comb, the same steps are followed, but placing the hot comb on the burner is not necessary. It is important to be cautious of the temperature of the hot comb and make sure the comb is not too hot before placing it in the hair. Otherwise, the temperature can burn the hair. Caution should be taken around skin areas like edges and ears.
Again, taking sections, this time starting at the root, gently clamp hair and twist the iron around completely until all of the hair has gone between the plates OR twist the iron and pull it down towards the ends of your hair. This method is a little trickier at first but with practice it becomes a quick and easy way to curl your hair with your flat iron. Think of it like curling a ribbon with scissors, the faster you go the looser the curl, the slower the tighter.