Silver Bullet PowerLine Straightening Iron

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Silver Bullet PowerLine Straightening Iron - White

Accelerate your styling process. The Silver Bullet PowerLine Hair Straightener focuses on one-pass styling for silky smooth results on all hair types.

Silver Bullet understands the value of your time. Large, friction-free titanium plates are gentler on hair, gently gliding to style more hair in one pass. The ingenious ionic generator produces shinier, smoother results that are free of frizz and flyaways. The Silver Bullet PowerLine Hair Straightener has a temperature range of 180°C - 220°C, allowing for quick and easy straightening, volume, waves, or flicks. Shinier, smoother, and easier to style? We love seeing it!

FEATURES:

  • For all hair types, faster and easier styling
  • Titanium plate surfaces allow for more gentle one-pass straightening.
  • Ionic generator produces shinier, smoother, and frizz-free hair.
  • You can achieve faster straightening, curls, flicks, and waves with advanced surround heat.
  • 60-minute automatic shutdown
  • Included is a heat mat.
  • Dual voltage for global use
  • Two-year warranty

 

HOW TO USE:

Apply styling gel or spray to the hair and hold the sections up and away from the head while straightening for short, spikey looks.

Apply a thermal protectant product first to smooth out frizz. Hair should be sectioned into 2cm thick sections. The better the result, the thinner the section. Start with the straightener at the roots and work your way to the ends. Repeat until all desired hair sections have been smoothed.

Apply a thermal protectant product to your hair before curling it. Hair should be sectioned into 2cm thick sections. The better the result, the thinner the section. Place the straightener at the roots and rotate 180°. (upside down). While holding the ends, slowly slide the straightener through the hair section. Catch, slightly twist to reform the curl, and set aside to cool. The tighter the curl, the slower the straightener is pulled through the section. Repeat until all desired hair sections are curled.

To add volume, pull each section of dry hair out to a 90° angle from the scalp, then move the straightener down to the end of the section as usual. Once cooled, remove the section after a few seconds.

To make kicks or flicks, instead of moving the straightener straight down each section, use a 'C' motion that moves towards or away from the head depending on the desired result. A kick out requires the straightener to move away from the head. A kick under necessitates the iron moving towards the head.

 

 

Apply styling gel or spray to the hair and hold the sections up and away from the head while straightening for short, spikey looks.

Apply a thermal protectant product first to smooth out frizz. Hair should be sectioned into 2cm thick sections. The better the result, the thinner the section. Start with the straightener at the roots and work your way to the ends. Repeat until all desired hair sections have been smoothed.

Apply a thermal protectant product to your hair before curling it. Hair should be sectioned into 2cm thick sections. The better the result, the thinner the section. Place the straightener at the roots and rotate 180°. (upside down). While holding the ends, slowly slide the straightener through the hair section. Catch, slightly twist to reform the curl, and set aside to cool. The tighter the curl, the slower the straightener is pulled through the section. Repeat until all desired hair sections are curled.

To add volume, pull each section of dry hair out to a 90° angle from the scalp, then move the straightener down to the end of the section as usual. Once cooled, remove the section after a few seconds.

To make kicks or flicks, instead of moving the straightener straight down each section, use a 'C' motion that moves towards or away from the head depending on the desired result. A kick out requires the straightener to move away from the head. A kick under necessitates the iron moving towards the head.

 

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