Written By: Jessica Mangiameli
Have you ever wanted the luxury of using professional salon tools in your own home? Now any aspiring beauty queen can turn frizzy out of control hair into a sleek, smooth, straight hairdo using the Black CHI Ceramic 1″ Original Flat Iron in the comforts of your own home!
This sleek flat iron is used by professionals at many salon locations, including my own! This CHI product really works wonders for people with thick, out of control hair, such as myself. This baby heats up in only a matter of four minutes or less and has a fixed heat at 370 degrees fahrenheit. This is the perfect temperature to give your hair that straight, silky look without damaging it. For those of you worried about applying too much heat to your hair there are many CHI’s that contain temperature dials such as the CHI Ceramic Digital Flat Iron. The original CHI contains a 10 foot cord, making it easy and accessible to move about your styling area. The 1″ ceramic plates on this flat iron are great for women with mildly curly or wavy hair. Any extreme curls out there that may resemble those of Shirley Temple’s should probably look for a wider plate size. The ceramic plates ensure that your flat iron will maintain its heat and securely transfer it to your hair without frying your ends to shreds. This product comes in a sleek, black color only, defining its originality. It’s very light weight, perfect for traveling. I certainly don’t think I could go a day without using this product. It’s very essential to my hair and appearance every single day. This flat iron is great for women or men of any age.
- Light weight
- Two year warranty
- Ceramic plates to keep heat in
- 10 foot cord
- Used by professionals at many salons
- A little expensive – $70
- Fixed heat – 370 degrees fahrenheit
- Only available in black
This tool can be found on the internet or any beauty accessory store for about $70. CHI promises a two year warranty. I’ve had my CHI for about a year now and it still works as well as when I first purchased it! It’s definitely worth the $70. Any flat iron that costs less than that is usually only good for a couple of months. The CHI has always worked for me, deeming it very reliable!