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If you’re going to pick up a flat iron in a drug store, the
odds are it will be something along the lines of a
Remington. Remington products often fill stores and they
are not professional irons. While they offer many features,
they are not likely to be straighteners you keep for years.
Every now and then a Remington iron sticks out as a really
good option for more than just casual use, but for the most
part the price on these aligns with the quality you get. That
being said, there is a reason they sell so many irons, and if
you aren’t looking for a professional option I think you’ll be
more than happy with the Remington.
Style : cuboid box
Color : black and purple shade
Material : cardboard
One of the largest brands in professional flat irons
you’re most likely to see in in salons or beauty supply
stores is BabylissPro. They have plenty of devotees, but
their hair straighteners can be very hit or miss.
They cost anything from $60 up to over $100, and they
offer features like wet-to-dry, tourmaline, titanium and
Packing style : cuboid box
Color : black
Another brand you’re more likely to find in a
drug store and not a salon is Conair.
Their hair straighteners are a slight step up
from most of the inexpensive irons found in
big box stores.
They are a little more expensive (around
$40), and they offer better options than
style : pocket
Color : white and bit pink
Material : plastic and paper
A smaller contender in the game, Solia
provide entry-level professional irons that are
just enough for most people to get what they
I don’t think the quality is there yet because
some of the irons have problems with failing
parts, but they are worth looking at if you
don’t want to make a huge investment as
most are in the $60 range.
Another more established company, Croc makes professional
hair straighteners in many different materials and sizes.
They actually specialize in a different iron shape that is easier to
clamp and more comfortable on the hand.
They don’t stay closed when they’re cooling, but they do the
trick for straightening and keeping hair straight.
The only real complaint is they do get a little too hot at times, but
this can be offset by watching the temperature.
Croc irons run between $75 to well over $100 for professional
Another entry into the mid-level
market, Rusk offer irons that range from $40-
$80, but they do have professional options
that go well beyond that.
They don’t get rave reviews, but they do
have quite a few devotees who stand by the
quality. They come in all sizes and colors
and definitely tailor to a professional
style : cuboid box
Color : black
Material : cardboard
Established in : 1891
Owner : Gerard Philips.
First product : light bulb
Headquarter : Netherlands
Theme : sense & simplicity
Shape : Cuboids
Material : card board paper
Process : Primary and secondary
Logo : PHILIPS
Color : Blue