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Flat irons have become a staple in anyone’s beauty collection who wants sleek, straight hair.

With so many options on the market, choosing which one to buy can get overwhelming. Even worse, a lot of women tend to purchase the wrong hair straightener for their hair type and end up not seeing the straight results they expected.

To ensure the glossy, sleek strands you desire there are a few factors to consider when buying your next flat iron. Depending on your hair type, everything from heat-settings to plate size can determine the effectiveness of a flat iron.

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