A Beauty Editor Tries 3 Iconic Hairstyling Tools

Welcome to I Tried It Month, where we’ll be publishing a new fashion, beauty, or wellness article every day that features a first-person account of shaking up an old habit, pushing beyond a comfort zone, or simply trying something new. Follow along for 31 days of storytelling, including everything from trying new beauty treatments to copying the most risqué runway looks of the season.

As I’ve gotten older and more comfortable with my extremely thick, curly texture, I’ve been a lot more open to experimenting with my hair. I’m sure anyone with a similar hair type can relate. Truly learning to love your strands (and only picking up the flat iron occasionally) can be a journey. Most days, I embrace my natural curls now, but that wasn’t always the case. In high school, I religiously flat-ironed my hair just about every night. Yes, I’m cringing thinking about all the damage I caused to my precious locks, too. 

Now though, I’m in a better place. I do still love heat styling when the mood strikes and trying out new hair tools, so I decided to give a few cult-loved ones on the market a go for the month of January. I tried each tool for a week to see which are worth the time and money. Technically, this was a three-week experiment, but as I’m writing this in the fourth week of January, I’m still going strong on using a few of these tools. Keep on reading for my experience with each.

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