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Innovation, innovation, innovation

The new curling system within the Diva Pro Styling Air Curl provides heat and wave fixing technology in one lightweight and easy to use tool. The styler blows cold air along the barrel of the wand to set the curls. Providing quick, long-lasting fixed curls for all hair types, it’s an innovative addition to any kit bag.

The Wahl Pro Shine Curling Tong has been designed for long-lasting shinier curls. Featuring an adjustable digital temperature between 80°C–210°C it gives the stylist control and the ability to use it on all hair types. It protects the hair from heat damage with lower heat and it is available in 25mm, 19mm, 16mm and 13mm sizes.

Alfa Italia Lustro and Lustro Grandé are titanium plate straighteners with immediate heat recovery from 90°C to 230°C. Perfect styling can be achieved in a single pass even on coarse hair. For those with lots of hair, the Lustro Grandé’s wider plates are a great choice.
Lustro Salon Price £69.95 and Lustro Grandé Salon Price £74.95. Both are available exclusively from Alan Howard.

Featuring a sleek design, the Paul Mitchell Neuro Motion Touch Activated Dryer includes MotionZone technology, which turns the blow-dryer on when you pick it up and turns it off when you set it down. It also has an LED display to show heat and power settings, and it includes four heat settings for intelligent hair styling.

Meet the new Elchim Hot Honey Care Pods which infuse the drying process with all of the hair care benefits of honey – just by using a new nozzle and pods. The pods fit into a specially designed Elchim hair dryer nozzle and are activated by the hairdryer’s heat.
Hot Honey Care Starter Kit £22+VAT.
Available from Salons Direct.

Delivering the performance of the Andis Company Cordless Master Clipper, the Limited Gold Edition won’t be available forever. It is driven by a powerful high-speed rotary motor with blade speeds of over 7,200 SPM. The constant speed technology ensures it won’t drag or stall. It’s got the power of the original, but it is housed with an eye-catching gold cover.

Featuring flexing plate technology that shape to gather hair, the Dyson Corrale straightener delivers enhanced styling. The unique flexing plates apply even heat and tension to all the hair strands in every pass and keep them perfectly aligned, enabling the same desired styles to be achieved more quickly. It also offers cord-free versatility.

The new Balmain Universal Cordless Straightener Spring-Summer 2021 is specially designed for backstage work at fashion shows and styling on-the-go. An advanced titanium floating plate technology delivers a silky, shiny and healthy finish. It heats up to 200°C and is available in two different summer-inspired colours – Tantalising Turquoise and Ravishing Red.
Salon Price £115

Dry curly hair and reduce frizz quickly and effectively with the Parlux MagicSense Diffuser, which can be used with all Parlux hairdryers (excluding the Parlux 3500 and Parlux 385 models). Plus, the diffuser’s 15 massage tips help stimulate the client’s scalp during the drying process.
Available from Salons Direct.

The Electric Head Jog Steam Straightener features an optional atomizing steam function which locks in natural moisture under high temperatures. It helps leave hair re-hydrated, nourished, shiny and smooth.
RRP £39.95+VAT.
Available from Hair Tools.

ghd Max styler features the brand’s biggest styling plates yet, for faster styling than ever before. The wide plates and heat sensors powered by dual-zone technology maintain consistent heat distribution from root to tip. If your clients have long, thick or curly hair, these straighteners are ideal for delivering a smooth, sleek and glossy finish.
RRP £179

Using InfraRed technology, the new range of Infrared Stylers from Italian electricals brand Upgrade gives faster and shinier results without using high heat that can often damage hair.
Salon Price £78.48.
Available from Wonderful Brands.

This article appears in the April 2021 Issue of Hairdressers Journal

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This article appears in the April 2021 Issue of Hairdressers Journal