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Remington Ultimate Stylist 4-in-1 The Remington Ultimate Styling Ceramic Hair Straightener is a four-in-one flat iron that both straightens and curls your hair. This high-performance product features ceramic plates that heat up to 400 degrees Fahrenheit in 30 seconds for quick operation, and includes an auto-shutoff for safety. In addition, an easy-action style switch extends the curl slides to create different hairstyles, from straight, tight curls to loose waves. Lightweight design with ceramic plates that heat up to 400 degrees Fahrenheit in only 30 seconds.View larger Four settings create numerous looks, from full volume to silky, straight hair.View larger Create Four Different Hairstyles with One Tool Featuring a smooth black body with red/pink accents, the Remington Ceramic Hair Straightener offers a lightweight, attractive body as well as versatile function. You can use its four settings to create numerous looks, from full volume to silky, straight hair. The easy-action style switch lets you adjust the curl slides to create anything from tight curls to loose waves to sleek, straight hair. Ceramic: The Hair Straightener Essential The straightener uses ceramic plates to achieve salon-quality hair straightening in the comfort of your own home. Ceramic has become the big buzzword in hair straightening–that’s because ceramic improves heat distribution and helps the selected temperature remain even throughout the entire plate, so there are no hot spots. Ceramic also creates an effortless glide with no snagging, flattening your hair cuticles for silky-smooth results. Plus, it ensures long-life plate wear, protecting the plates against styling products and scratching. Heats Up Fast and Auto-Shutoff for Safety This straightener heats up to 400 degrees Fahrenheit in 30 seconds and offers 30 variable heat settings that let you choose the best temperature for your hair type.
To try out the curling options with this product, I enlisted the help of my daughters who both have hair length past their shoulders. I used the Tight Curls setting on one, and the Waves setting on the other.
– I liked how the teeth on the black plastic pieces seemed to keep the hair in line as I worked.
– Those black plastic pieces are fairly easy to adjust for the different settings.
– However, when I was on the Waves setting, the curls I made always had some “corners”, where it seemed the straightener bent the hair instead of curling it. I think this issue could have something to do with the plastic being too wide while not having heat plates extending to that width. I switched down to the Loose Curls from Waves, and that seemed to help somewhat as I finished her style. I did not experience this issue very often with the Tight Curls setting.
The controls on this tool are fairly easy to use.
– The dial turns easily from Low through 30 (a vast improvement over the Wet2Straight, which has buttons to push to go up and down in setting number). However, there is no indication with an arrow or a mark for where to point the numbers on the dial to set it for what you want. You have to turn the dial all the way in one direction to figure out where the setting point is. Once you figure that out, though, it’s fine.
– The on/off switch slides easily. It is recessed inside the outer edges of the straigtener, though, so it is awkward to reach with my thumb, and I have to switch it with a finger.
– There is a lock to keep it closed, not all straighteners have this feature, so I appreciate it. It works easily and stays in place.
Overall, I like the Ultimate Straightener. It works great on my short hair! As far as the curling goes, it’s not the best, but it does the job with some trial, error, and practice.