A flat iron that’s on your hair schedule
Raise your hand if you know what temperature setting you should use when you straighten your hair… (Bueller, Bueller?) You probably also don’t know that you should use a lower temperature when touching-up your tresses on day two and three to avoid unnecessary damage. Enter Bed Head’s new Morning After Straightener, which takes the guesswork out of figuring out the best heat setting for your hair.
“Day 1” is the hottest, since this is when you’re initials coaxing your hair into a straight style, while Day 2 and Day 3 serve up less heat since you’re just freshening up, reducing shine and taming any frizz that may have made its presence known.
The one-inch tourmaline-and-ceramic plates are ideal for targeted touch-ups, like around your face and at the nape of your neck—and of course you get relatively standard features like automatic shut-off and a swiveling cord to prevent tangling. And at such a nice price ($35), I can’t think of a better way to bring your style back to life—and stretch the time between washing and styling.