Xtava Infrared Flat Iron Hair Straightener – for perfect morning hair
The Xtava flat iron has infrared heat technology that seals the hair’s natural moisture, adds silkiness and shine that will last all day. The infrared waves penetrate the inner layer of the hair strand, heating it from the inside out, protecting the cuticle which is the most fragile part of the hair shaft. The flat iron pads are ceramic tourmaline and they generate ionic technology that reduces the hair’s surface tension, leaving locks shiny and frizz-free. The plates are 2 inches wide for optimal coverage and fast straightening. You can regulate the heat setting using 10 temperature steps between 265F-445F according to your individual needs. The superior quality ceramic heater enables the flat iron to reach maximum temperature within 90 seconds and allows for quick heat up recovery. The iron also has an auto shut off feature and an 8 foot swivel cord.
Here is a photo of my hair after blowdrying (on the left) and my hair after straightening (on the right). I love my straightened hair. When I was younger my hair would be that naturally pin straight but as the years rolled on – not any longer.
And the best part is – I barely have time to breathe in the morning and this straightener with these 2 inch plates allow me to do my entire head within 5 minutes. Leaving me still enough time to get the kids out the door and everyone arrives at work and school on time. This flat iron definitely leaves me with straight shiny hair. You can see some frizziness in the image on the right but none at all on the left. I haven’t owned alot of flat irons – just one other – so I don’t have a lot to compare it to but I can tell you without a doubt, I love this.
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