- Under $20
- 1 inch plates
- Ceramic plates
- Look mechanism to keep the plates together for travel
- Very smooth
- Pretty packaging
- Round shape for easy curling
- Very smooth packaging with easy curler
- Not as good of a job for a single pass
- Big gap between plates
- Inconsistent results
- More work because you have to squeeze harder to close the gap between plates
In the video above, I put three top flat irons on the market under $20! We have Remington, Conair and Revlon. I test how each flat iron straightens each section of hair with only one pass and of course how each hair straightener curls hair. Each one has it’s own pros and cons!
Comparison to Standard:
This flat iron did a pretty good job! My main dislike about this flat iron is the huge gap between the plates, This gap makes straightening your hair a little bit more tedious because you have to squeeze harder to hold the hair in the plates. Because of the gap, this flat iron works better with thicker sections. This flat iron was not quite as good as the Remington or Revlon for straightening the hair.
For curling the hair though, I think this flat iron is great. The rounded packaging and smooth texture make it super easy to glide through the hair when curling. Again, the gaps make the process a little more work intensive, but for under $20 I think it did a pretty good job.
Easily create straight styles, or add some curl with this Double Ceramic Flat Iron from Conair®. This elegant, rose gold and white flat iron is the perfect tool for achieving silky straight styles, and its design lets you curl with it as well. The five temperature settings make it ideal for all hair types, and the heat levels light up so you always know what temperature it’s set to. The iron’s extra-long ceramic plates glide through hair, providing an ultra-smooth surface that leaves your tresses looking shiny and beautiful. This is a double ceramic styler you are going to doubly love!