The HAI level iron was one of the first to include earthenware plates. There are various models to look over however with all costing around $100 they aren’t modest. Some are great yet there are a few models that are presently obsolete and, in all honesty, overrated.
The HAI Convertible Ceramic level iron has been out for certain years now. It has 1 1/4″ earthenware plates and gauges a good 1.5lbs. It’s a decent instrument and has highlights that are as yet missing on different brands, for example, factor temperature control. In any case, it presently retails for around $80 to $90 dollars, which is a little on the costly size. For example the snippet lets you know that it has a fast intensity up season of only 25 seconds, however I don’t know about whatever other brand that doesn’t warm up more slow than this costing this much; as a matter of fact I am aware of others that have streak intensity and will The Hill at One North Showflat up to working calm in 1 or 2 seconds. It’s great however it ought to be somewhat less expensive.
The HAI 2 artistic level iron is essentially indistinguishable component wise as the Covertible. The main genuine distinction is that it accompanies 2″ plates. It costs about $5 to $10 more. Once more, it’s over valued for what it is. At a similar cost, you can purchase the Solia Tourmaline Ceramic Iron Flat Iron (1-3/4″). Tourmaline covered earthenware plates are such a ton better than plain fired. The Solia is likewise somewhat lighter.
The HAI eLite Digistick Flat Iron is a vastly improved choice. It’s costly, retailing for around $140. It accompanies 1″ artistic plates, advanced heat setting anyplace between 180F to 380F and streak warming (prepared to use in 1 or 2 seconds). It additionally just works utilizing 40 watts rather than the 100 watts of the more seasoned Convertible and HAI 2. Be that as it may, I actually don’t rate this as exceptionally as the Solia Tourmaline Ceramic Iron Flat. The Solia has temperature settings from 140F to 450F, can be utilized on soggy hair (not exhorted with the HAI), tourmaline plates and costs much less.
The HAI eLite Tong Ionic level iron is a 2″ plate styling device. It’s strange in that the plates are adjusted as opposed to level. It has a temperature scope of between 180F to 410F. It’s all the more a hair curler as opposed to hair straightener – and it works effectively of twisting.
Finally, we have the HAI Twig Ceramic level iron. The plates are just 3/8″ wide. It an excellent styling instrument for fine or short hair and is fabulous at bangs and making tight twists. I can’t imagine whatever other brand that is similar. At any rate, in the event that you’re searching for a little hair straightener or one for styling twists, I would suggest you give the Twig some thought. My main analysis is the sticker price – it costs around $90 – over estimated, yet perhaps it’s worth the effort for those twists.
HAI level irons are a very much evaluated styling device with most surveys giving each model a high score. I would likewise agree that they are extraordinary styling devices however I think they are somewhat over evaluated. Before you purchase, my recommendation is contrast them with a Solia Tourmaline Ceramic Iron Flat.