Hot styling tools aren't just for pros, and neither are your options limited to a curling and flat iron. If you're a hair newbie, you have a variety of options that won't require expert level skills but still give you salon-worthy results. With these in your collection, you might even start doing your hair more often! Check out the beginner-friendly tools below to find your match:
For adding volume: Revlon Salon One-Step Hair Dryer and Volumizer
Giving yourself a blowout won't be a struggle with this convenient tool on your vanity. Use it on damp hair to dry your strands and add volume all in one step. You don't need much finesse with this—just wrap a little bit of hair on the brush and let it do its thing.
REVLON One-Step Hair Dryer and Volumizer, P5200, Lazada
For curling and drying: Dyson Airwrap
If you can't wield a curling iron to save your life, the Dyson Airwrap's barrel inserts have you covered. Just wrap your strands around the curler (it won't burn you, promise!) and the machine will automatically create waves with advanced air technology. It uses minimal heat as well, so you won't be frying your strands even if you use it everyday. Plus, each set comes with a hair dryer, so you don't have to use a separate tool for drying!
DYSON Airwrap Smooth + Control set, P26,500, SM Aura
For straightening: Babyliss Double Ionic Ceramic Hot Straightening Brush
This self-heating brush helps tame frizz and flattens your locks sans the frills. All you have to do is run it over your hair like you would a regular brush, and the ceramic and plastic bristles will do the straightening for you.
BABYLISS Double Ionic Ceramic Hot Straightening Brush, P7070, Watsons
For K-style waves: Vodana Triple Flow Wave
This small crimper can give you smooth, dramatic waves that are a huge trend in K-beauty. It works just like a flat iron, except it'll give you waves at every press. Slowly work your way downwards to prevent overcrimping!
VODANA Triple Flow Wave Iron, P5150, The Beauty Store