How Does the Remington Wet 2 Straight Hair Straightening Iron Work?


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Remington takes out the step of blow drying one's hair with the Wet 2 Straight straightening-iron; this product dries and straightens hair at the same time. After the hair is towel dried, the straightening tool vaporize any leftover moisture in the hair, and It straightens the hair in the process.

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There are 26 heat selections on the 2-inch-wide wand, with the highest temperature being 400 degrees. It heats up in 30 seconds; it has an automatic turnoff feature, which shuts it off after 60 minutes. While using the tool, a button is available to have a turbo boost of heat for a short time. While the hair is being straightened, a hissing sound from the tool is heard. It is releasing steam and hydrating the hair to protect it from being over-heated. This indicates that the tool is working properly.

Different hair types are advised to use various heat settings, so that high heat does not harm the hair. For example, Remington recommends a lower heat setting for fine, colored or bleached hair. Those with normal types of hair are advised to use the medium settings. Remington states that it is safe for people with thick, coarse hair to use the high settings.

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