Should you’re somebody who straightens their hair regularly, you already know that almost all flatirons available on the market have an entire host of warmth settings, normally beginning just below 300 levels and going as much as 450 levels. Virtually any hair skilled will warn in opposition to going that top, as it is a helluva lot of warmth to your strands to deal with, however if you happen to use a setting that is too low (say, underneath 300 levels), it might take eons, relying in your hair sort, to get the outcomes you are on the lookout for.

It is this sort of conundrum that made us so intrigued by Mattress Head’s new Morning After Straightener. The styling software has three warmth settings which might be managed by LED lights and designed to handle your hair’s straightening wants primarily based on the place you might be in your wash cycle. It is a fairly cool idea that is undoubtedly price a strive. So we tapped Attract’s director of content material growth, Tracey Zane, to check it out on her curly 2B strands, which she virtually all the time wears straight with a slight wave on the ends.

Learn on to learn the way Mattress Head’s new scorching software works and to see the outcomes.

Attract’s director of content material growth, Tracey Zane, rocking her naturally curly hair texture

Courtesy Tracey Zane

1. The way it works

As talked about, Mattress Head’s Morning After Straightener adjusts its warmth primarily based in your wash cycle utilizing three distinctive warmth settings: Wash Day, Second Day, and Third Day. As you would possibly guess, the primary setting is the strongest (420 levels) because you’re working with freshly washed strands, whereas the Second (360 levels) and Third-Day (300 levels) temps are noticeably decrease since you’re merely sustaining your type, not working from scratch. This makes it a superb possibility for many who are involved about overdoing it with warmth and fancy the concept of a scorching software that decides for you.

One other function that makes this flatiron a winner is its ionic, tourmaline ceramic expertise, which works to combat frizz and ship a shiny, salon-worthy end. A bonus issue: It additionally has a worldwide twin voltage, making it extraordinarily nice to take with you if you happen to’re touring.

2. Placing it to the check

“I’ve undoubtedly been extra acutely aware of my hair’s well being than ever earlier than, however to be sincere, I am normally responsible of simply throwing my iron as much as the most well liked setting and getting my hair the straightest the quickest that I can,” Zane says, explaining that this is the reason she needed to check out the Morning After iron.

Tracey Zane, on the second day of utilizing Mattress Head’s Morning After Straightener

Courtesy Tracey Zane

Zane, who wears her hair straight most of the time, describes her pure hair as actually thick, curly, and frizzy. “I typically discover that I’m battling it to realize the look I would like, so I’m very used to dealing with excessive warmth and rigidity to get the graceful, straight end I like finest,” she says.

On wash day, Zane first makes use of a blow-dryer and spherical brush to realize a easy base she’s proud of earlier than reaching for the iron. It is necessary to notice that she did not use the software on her entire head of uncooked curls, however somewhat solely so as to add additional sleekness and shine and to focus on any items within the entrance which might be tough to easy down with a dryer.

“The wash-day temperature was essentially the most just like what I’m used to on my GHD iron,” says Zane of the primary and strongest setting. “It felt scorching sufficient to easy the kinks and curls and to assist scale back frizz,” she provides, additionally noting that it was seamless to make use of with none crunchiness or that terrible burned-hair scent.

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