Don’t let damaged hair get in the way of looking flawless! With the new range of Anti-split Ends hair stylers from Philips, you can switch things up with a new ’do every day without having to worry about frizz.
Ah, split ends – the natural enemy of every woman who uses heat-styling tools often. While we’re all too aware that our hair tongs are damaging our hair, especially with daily usage, we’re not ready to give them up just yet. How else are we supposed to achieve that salon blowout look without spending a ton at the hairdresser’s?
Well, the good news is you can now prevent styling damage with the new Anti-split Ends hair stylers from Philips, which are designed to give your hair some TLC while you style it. Because prevention is always better than cure, StraightCare Vivid Ends Straightener and StyleCare Sublime Ends Curler are made to prevent split ends by up to 95 percent. So how do they work? Let us count the ways:
1. KEEPING IT COOL
Your hair gets damaged when it’s exposed to intense heat from styling tools. While heat is needed to make sure the style holds, sometimes, the tool can get overheated without you realising it. With the UniTemp sensor, the Anti-split Ends hair stylers protect your hair from unnecessarily high temperatures by ensuring a more consistent temperature during use and having a heat setting that’s 20°C lower than before.
2. STOP THE SPLIT
The game-changing SplitStop technology uses the UniTemp sensor and smooth ceramic plates to give you a heat-styling experience that’s gentle on your hair. The UniTemp sensor ensures the tool doesn’t get too hot, while the smooth styling plate reduces the amount of friction on your hair, resulting in smoother hair that is free of pesky split ends.
3. A NOURISHING BOOST
Healthy hair is gorgeous hair. Besides preventing damage, the ceramic plates on the Anti-split Ends styling tools from Philips are also enriched with keratin to give your hair a nourishing boost. So you’re not only styling your hair, but also helping to strengthen it! Two birds with one stone, right?