This Hair Styler is Every Blogger’s Favourite Irish Styling Tool

I’ve no one but myself to blame for the damage ten years has done to my hair. Since my ‘emo’ days when I was fourteen, I’d been using the same Remington hair straightener to banish any natural waves from my hair in attempt to get long, straight, Russian-like hair. While I was in love with my straightener, I could never master either a healthy-looking straight hairdo or even hold a curl. So this year, when my straightener finally said goodbye with a huff and a puff and a buzz in the wire, I decided it was time for something new.

Why was I scared to part from my beloved, average straightener? I strongly believe that styling tools work at their best when they’ve got quite a hefty pricetag, and for years I simply put my money aside for other things and not a new styler- which, I totally regret now, as my hair really became so damaged over the years due to using my straightener.

This bring me to my discovery of the incredible new Instyler, a favourite of beauty bloggers and gurus including Chloe Boucher and Rosie Connolly. I don’t know how I lived without it- it’s both a straightener and a curling tong that works at a sensational speed!

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The Instyler clasps the strand of hair with a built-in straightening brush and a rotating heated polishing cylinder. The ionic bristles of the brush separates each strand of hair to prevent frizz while the rotating heated polishing cylinder smoothes, polishes and styles each strand, leaving you with healthy-looking, silky and shiny hair.

The Instyler doesn’t bake your hair like many straighteners/curling tongs on the market. It actually uses less heat than traditional hot styling tools, and its maximum temperature is 200, which allows effortless but non-damaging styling. The heat works with the motion of the rotating polishing cylinder to care for each strand of hair so that your hair isn’t left crushed, but is left bouncy and shiny. Its innovative 2-way rotation technology means you can change the barrel rotation according to the natural direction of your hair growth, meaning you don’t have to change hands or the position of the Instyler.

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The Instyler is best worked with slowly, but that said, it still styles the hair much quicker than other styling tools. It pretty much does all of the work for you at a convenient pace, meaning you can get up and go a lot faster than you normally would with any other styling tool- especially as it only takes thirty seconds to heat up!

My personal favourite style to achieve with the Instyler is a straight, curled inwards look. To achieve this, I simply roll the Instyler down each strand of hair slowly to then curl inwards at the end. This has become my go-to hairdo as it’s so quick and easy, but still sophisticated enough for work and glamorous enough for a night out.

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What I love about Instyler is that they are Irish. They do not have products that endorse animal testing. Their styling tools are easy to use and reasonably priced, and are suitable for all hair types.

www.instyler.ie have an array of different types of Instyler tools to suit your styling preferences and needs, though my recommendation is the Instyler Max which retails for a very reasonable €99.00.

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Flawless and Pawless is Ireland's cruelty-free cosmetic blog created by 23 year-old cosmetic expert, Ailsha Davey. With eight years working in the beauty industry in Dublin as a professional make-up artist and cosmetic expert, Ailsha discovered some of the horrors of cosmetic animal testing- and the lack of knowledge within the Irish market about it. Flawless and Pawless has been set up to spread awareness across Ireland of cosmetic animal testing, as well as to provide suggestions for cruelty-free alternatives to the Irish market's favourite cosmetic products.

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