Because fried hair isn’t your friend…
(and a giveaway with Panasonic!)
A few weeks ago I wrote all about why nanoe technology is a must when it comes to flat irons, something I learned the hard way back in the day (that also left me with fried hair). Nanoe technology is #MajorKey when it comes to keeping your hair healthy and you use a flat iron often; take it from me, it’s worth investing in a better flat iron like the Panasonic’s EH-HS99-K nanoe Flat Iron and Styling Iron and here’s why…
P.S. Scroll down to enter to win one of these for yourself and don’t forget to enter my giveaway from yesterday’s post!
This Flat Iron Won’t Fry Your Hair (+ a giveaway!)
1-) You get to choose the temperature.
It may sound silly but, depending on your hair type, you have to adjust the temp accordingly. As a rule of thumb, the thicker the hair, the higher you can put the temperature.
2-) You can use this iron to iron straight OR curl your hair.
The straightener’s slim, contoured head makes it easy to style from roots to ends with even tension (key for less breakage) for both straightening and curling.
3-) The ceramic plates make heat distribution even.
The worst thing you can do is iron one part of your hair longer than another.
And two bonus reasons that don’t really affect your hair health but are VIP to me…
4-) Universal voltage!
I’ve fried one too many a flat iron while traveling internationally and the fact that this iron is dual voltage means it will work in other countries.
5-) An automatic off timer.
Anyone else have that panic feeling “oh sh*t, did I forget to turn off my flat iron?!” Me too. The straightener also shuts off automatically when not in use after 60 minutes- this way you won’t burn your house down.
And, of course, I had to let Gemma’s tail make a cameo since she’s so involved in my hair routine (I’m not even kidding- I wish I was, ha).
I’m giving away THREE of Panasonic’s EH-HS99-K nanoe Flat Iron and Styling Iron – three winners!
(valued at $130 each)
U.S. only. 18+ to win.
This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Panasonic. The opinions and text are all mine.