It’s no secret that natural curls are delicate and should be handled with care in order to preserve the hair’s texture and shape—especially when using hot tools. But for those days where nothing but an amazing blowout will do, we’ve come up with a list of the best hot tools for natural hair that won’t cause breakage or damage to your curly tendrils. Whether you have 2A waves or kinky 4C curls, we’ve got you covered. Keep reading to see our list of the best dryers, straighteners, and curling irons to style those luscious locks without causing heat damage.
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Best Hot Tools for Natural Hair
1. Harry Josh Pro Tools Pro Dryer 2000
Natural hair beauties swear by this blowdryer. With eight unique heat, speed, and ion settings, you’re sure to find one that won’t blast your strands with too much heat.
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2. Amika 1.0″ Silk Glide Titanium Styler
Not many straighteners are effective on curls. But this one is. And, it won’t damage your tresses. Titanium plates offer a smooth, lightweight finish, while also being powerful enough to straighten the coarsest strands.
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3. Drybar The Brush Crush Heated Straightening Brush
Think your natural hair is too thick for a straightening brush? Think again. This one from Drybar works on all hair types. When we say all, we mean it. There are a number of rave reviews from those who
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4. The Q-Redew Hair Steamer
A handheld hair steamer is a necessity for everyone with natural strands. All it takes is a few minutes and a little bit of steam to hydrate, reshape, detangle, stretch, deep condition, and volumize your curls.
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5. Bed Head Curlipop 1/2” Tourmaline Ceramic Skinny Pop Styling Iron
Even though you have curly hair, sometimes you need to define them. When that happens, reach for this hair wand. It was literally designed to enhance your natural curls.
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We can’t let you go without reminding you how important it is to clean your hot tools. Yes, they need to be cleaned. And, fairly often. HERE is our handy-dandy guide on how to clean your hot tools!