As someone who’s been in the thick of professional hairstyling, the name “CHI” isn’t some revelation. Even I’ve been, and still am… an avid advocate of this brand.
Let me put this out there, I’m not a CHI-cultist. In fact, I have a rocky relationship with high-end brands. However, CHI has a stable grip over me because this brand has been the testament of consistency. Also, compared to other brands, I’ve always found their products to be more affordable.
You don’t just have to take my word for it. Do some homework, and you’ll see that at least one CHI flat iron always makes it to the top-10 of any professional hairstylist.
Now, pointing my finger on one straightener and declaring it the best CHI flat iron would be a gross injustice. Different editions of CHI straighteners bring something unique to the table, all of which cater to customer’s growing hairdo-needs.
So, I’ll cover my favorite 7 CHI straighteners, and point out their intricacies. I’m confident that anybody can pick up a CHI of their desire from this compilation irrespective of the hair type.
Table Of Contents
- Best Chi flat Irons – Comparison Table
- Top-Rated CHI Flat Irons
- CHI G2 Ceramic and Titanium 1 1/4″
- CHI PRO G2 Digital Titanium Infused Ceramic
- CHI Expert Classic Tourmaline
- CHI Fire Red Tourmaline Ceramic Flat Iron
- CHI Lava Infused Ceramic
- CHI Tech 1″ Ceramic Dial Hairstyling Iron
- MISS UNIVERSE Style Illuminate by CHI
- Factors That Make CHI a Worthy Choice
- Using CHI Flat Iron for Professionals
- The Story Behind CHI – The Way It Came into Being
- My Two Cents At The End
Best Chi flat Irons – Comparison Table
|Name & Brand||Material||Temperature||Plate Size||Price
| CHI G2 Flat Iron||Ceramic & Titanium||Up to 425F ||1.25"|
|CHI PRO G2 Digital||Titanium||Up to 425F ||1 Inch|
| CHI Expert Classic||Ceramic ||Up to 410F ||1"|
|CHI Tourmaline Fire Red||Ceramic ||Up to 410F ||1 Inch|
|CHI Lava Infused ||Ceramic ||Up to 395°F||1 Inch|
|CHI Tech Hairstyling Iron||Ceramic ||Up to 410F ||1"|
| Miss Universe Style Illuminate||Titanium||Up to 410F ||1 Inch|
Top-Rated CHI Flat Irons
I had the pleasure of trying out many CHI flat irons during my time as a hairdresser. From what I’ve seen, I compiled a list of 7 CHI straighteners that displayed the most potential during my time with them.
Most people fear the cost associated with a professional iron. If I ask for a ballpark figure, many customers gave me a number between $150-$200. This estimated figure isn’t off by a huge margin.
However, CHI has set an example by introducing a less-than-$100 professional flat iron, and yes, I’m talking about the CHI G2.
I remember receiving this straightener with a bountiful of skepticism. When I got it, I simply didn’t want to acknowledge the existence of a top-notch iron within such a price. I was so conditioned in using the big-buck straighteners that it took me a while to come out of my shell.
Once I got to know this flat iron better, I fell in love with it. I began to realize the potential of ceramic and titanium fusion. Some of you may not be aware of the ceramic/titanium science. You should know that ceramic fares better with thin hair, while titanium copes well with thick hair.
So, I had the best of both worlds with CHI G2. I didn’t need to keep switching from one flat iron to another when a new client walked into the parlor. All I did was switch the temperature, and I was good to go.
It’s not just the ceramic-titanium combination. The plates are always dancing around the hair as well. What I mean is- the CHI G2 has floating plates, which adjust to different hair types. The constant dread of hair ironing is snagging one’s hair. Plates that adjust with various hair textures remove this problem from the equation.
Besides, there’s another intelligent yet ignored feature in the flat iron- the colored temperature readout. Most temperature-screens will give you a flat number without any other indication.
However, the CHI G2 has three different colors- blue for low, green for medium, and red indicates high temperature.
I’m not saying that a color-coded readout screen is a must-have. But it’s sure convenient when you have to be quick on the draw. Also, this flat iron is dual-voltage enabled. I could take it anywhere without the need to spend more green on an adaptor.
The heat catches on quick, and it’s not just a minute-quick it is 40-seconds quick. Take it from experience, the heat jumping from 0-425 degrees in less than a minute is a pretty nifty feature.
The straightener also has the necessary safety backup. Even if I kept the machine turned on, it would go to sleep after an hour of inactivity.
The CHI G2 is a decent flat iron overall. However, it won’t fit the shoes of every stylist out there. There are some pro features, and the titanium-ceramic combo is praiseworthy. However, the straightener doesn’t pack enough punch to deal with thick, curly, tough-to-handle tresses.
I’ve had the CHI G2 for years and was satisfied with the performance. Still, when a newer model was out for grab, I couldn’t contain myself. Some features are identical to the older version. However, the added juice makes it stand out from its sibling.
The first noticeable change is the straightener being a quarter-inch shorter than the previous edition. I know how it looks at first glance. You’re probably wondering why the manufacturer decided to cut off the width. The ergonomic properties in this straightener are advantageous for people with short/mid hair.
Also, this flat iron has a boon for the professionals in its bag. There’s a new “mode” option that can store a certain temperature setting for future use. I found this especially useful for dealing with regular customers and my own hair too.
Once I hit the jackpot temperature setting, I didn’t have to note it down. The privilege to simply keep it on the flat iron as a backup saved me a lot of time.
There was another quality of life improvement for professionals like me. This flat iron has an 11-feet power cord, a 2-feet edge over its predecessor. For at-home stylists, the 2-feet doesn’t make a difference. However, in the hustle and bustle of a parlor, a longer cord gives more accessibility.
The temperature goes up to 425F in 40-45 seconds, similar to the previous rendition. So, I am happy that CHI decided not to mess with the heat build-up time. Still, I would’ve liked it if they slashed it by a few seconds.
What I enjoyed most using the CHI G2 is present in the G2 PRO as well – the color-coded readout screen. I’ve explained earlier how a colored temperature setting may seem like an insignificant feature but can pay dividends when you’re on the run.
The ceramic-titanium fusion is a G2 signature. So, I was sure even the PRO version would have it, and it does. Still, I think the plates are snappier, and the catch-on ability is slightly improved. Maybe the manufacturer tweaked the adjustable plates, or it seems better because of the reduced width.
It’s also travel-friendly with its dual-voltage system. The limited 2-year warranty had my back through and through. It didn’t die after the 2-year period. I just felt at peace, knowing I had a failsafe if things go south.
I think the CHI PRO G2 has an edge over its older sibling. It’s packed with a couple new features. What makes it better, in my opinion, is the slashed price. It’s not much, the difference is only a few dollars, but as they say- money saved is money earned. I’ll gladly put the CHI PRO G2 at the forefront of being the best CHI flat iron.
The CHI PRO G2 is a stellar flat iron, no doubt. However, a beginner or DIY stylist may not agree with me. Not because the features are lackluster, but a stay-home stylist can’t make full use of the professional features. That’s where the CHI Expert Classic steps in.
It’s more of a DIY-oriented flat iron. I understand the absence of a couple pro-features, but the reduced cost makes up for it.
Compared to the CHI G2 series, the Expert Classic or Air Classic doesn’t have the coveted ceramic-titanium fusion. While it is a drawback, the manufacturer compensated with adding a certain gemstone named tourmaline. It does mend the wound caused by the absence of titanium.
The potential of tourmaline wasn’t realized until recently. The newest revolution in hairstyling, after the nano-silver tech, is the infusion of this mineral. If you’re still nostalgic about the titanium, let me draw out the perks of tourmaline.
Tourmaline carries a certain number of negative ions that react to the positive ions of one’s hair. The negative-positive friction retains moisture and results in healthier and bolder-looking hair. So, even after the titanium cut-off, the tourmaline has everything under control.
My prayers of getting a lower heat build-up time were finally answered in the CHI Expert Classic. While the PRO G2 took around 40-45 seconds, this version only needs 30 seconds to fire in all cylinders.
Some may think I’m overhyping it because 10 to 15 seconds can seem insignificant. Trust me, when you’re in the hairstyling business, getting rid of any downtime, even if it’s as minuscule as 5 seconds, has benefits.
The plates adjust to different hair texture, so no worries there. I worked on some unruly hair without having to snap-remove-snap every other time. The adjustable ergo floating plates made my job ten times easier. Also, I’ve noticed that one pass is all I needed to get even the out-of-whack har in line.
However, the Expert Classic isn’t equipped to square off against all hair types. It can handle its fair share of coarseness and curls, I must say. Still, the temperature maximum is 410F, which restricts the flat iron’s performance. So, it lacks the extra 25-F oomph of its predecessors.
I’m not happy with the swivel cord length, either. I’ve told you how the 11-feet cord length is an ignored blessing for professionals. Well, the Expert Classic cuts it down by 2 feet again. I’m not going to be too hard on it because let’s face it- this straightener is DIY-oriented, not catered towards professionals.
There’s no digital readout screen to fall back on. The side-dial has its perks, but it can’t hold a candle to the digital screen. I guess you get what you pay for- as I’ve said earlier, a few pro-features are missing from this flat iron. Still, I think the Expert Classic should have a spot on the budget hunter’s backpack.
Although the Expert Classic had its perks, there was a new kid in the CHI AIR block. I, for one, was excited. I thought the potential of the AIR series would be fully realized with the newer version. The Fire Red does live up to the brand’s repute but falls short on multiple occasions (I’ll get to the details later).
As the CHI Fire Red is from the same line of flat irons as the Expert Classic, most features are similar. On some level, the two straighteners are twins with a few changes here and there.
Firstly, this straightener stands true to its name and dons the vibrant red color with pride. Compared to the sleek black look of Expert Classic, the Fire Red is bold and flashy.
Similar to its sibling, the temperature doesn’t go beyond 410F. It’s a letdown because it takes away the straightener’s ability to tame extremely coarse or super-thick hair. However, the maximum temperature threshold is perfect for thin and mild hair. 410F isn’t a trifling temperature after all.
A tourmaline coating over the ceramic plates is the signature feature of the AIR series flat irons. While it’s no titanium and ceramic working together, the tourmaline-ceramic partnership is also incredible. I’ve already explained the science behind tourmaline infusion, along with its perks and results.
Tourmaline has more negative ions than ceramic, six times to be precise. The negative ion reacts to the positive ions of a person’s hair. While most straighteners create at least a bit of frizz, the tourmaline retains moisture and makes the hair fluffier.
However, I think the CHI did a better job of using the tourmaline-tech to their advantage in the Fire Red. The Expert Classic can hold its ground for sure. But I believe they’ve tweaked the tourmaline to ceramic concentration a little bit here. From what I’ve seen with this straightener, I’m all for the new tweaks. So, this flat iron has a slight edge over the previous one over how it retains moisture.
While some of the features were lovely, I was let down again by the 9-feet swivel cord. I can get behind the Fire Red’s DIY-targeted approach, but I hoped they would work on it after the Expert Classic. There’s no digital readout screen as well. So, I had to rely on the side-dial for temperature adjustments.
The standard 2-year limited warranty was there to back me up. I had no off-putting experience with this straightener. However, I’d recommend being on your guard when getting this product online. Although CHI has done some screening and quality control, there are duplicate AIR-series flat irons out and about.
I know the CHI Fire Red has its moments, but it can still choke the budget buyer’s wallet. When searching for a quality CHI flat iron that resides in the $50-ish region, I stumbled upon the CHI Lava. Let me tell you right off the bat it doesn’t have a spot on the big-leagues. However, for the price, I’d say it’s decent.
The claims made with this straightener are a bit out of place if you ask me. The manufacturer boasts including particles from volcanic lava for better heat retention and distribution. It sounds flashy and all, but I couldn’t find any relevant scientific data to verify this hypothesis.
There’s no titanium infusion or tourmaline sprinkle this time around. It’s the classic all-ceramic flat iron. So, I’d have to wait for a minute for the straightener to reach maximum heat. I wasn’t bothered by the wait time because the results were to my liking.
The maximum temperature is 395F. So, I had to contend with another 15F cutdown compared to the earlier flat irons mentioned. It fares well with mild or thin hair. However, the temperature range is a clear indication that it would fall flat on its face when squaring off against coarse hair.
I could travel freely with this straightener, thanks to the dual-voltage option. So, I didn’t have to shell out any extra green for an adaptor. I’ve already declared my displeasure with the 9-feet extension cords. However, the CHI Lava isn’t cut from the same cloth. The 11-feet swivel cord was perfect, and it helped me move around without any hiccups.
Similar to most CHI flat irons, this straightener is also backed up by a 2-year limited warranty. I didn’t get the chance to use it, but knowing I could fall back on it gave me peace.
I have nothing against the performance of this flat iron. I’ve witnessed the results, and they were satisfactory. However, the CHI Lava is literally the epitome of one-trick-pony. There’s no temperature control option on this flat iron. While I could live with not having a readout screen, no temperature control is an inconvenience on another level.
It can work in one heat setting only, and that is 395F. There’s no going back once the maximum temperature is reached. So, if this setting doesn’t work for you, you’re out of luck. That’s a major dealbreaker, but I have to be lenient here because of the price-point.
Trust me- if the temperature setting and hair go along together, you’re in for a fantastic ride with the CHI Lava. However, hit-and-miss chances are high. Although I applaud the many benefits of this flat iron, I’d suggest you dial the budget up a notch and get a more reliable product.
I continued my budget-quest because I wasn’t entirely satisfied with the CHI Lava. After some research and watercooler talk, I decided to give the CHI Tech a whirl. This OG CHI flat iron surprised me with its performance, and I believe this is a safe refuge for budget-hunters.
The CHI Tech is a straightforward 1″ all-ceramic straightener. There’s no titanium or tourmaline assisting the ceramic plates this time. However, ceramic is a tried-and-true material for hairstyling, and it can hold its ground even against the big-league straighteners.
I was surprised to see a $50-ish flat iron sporting adjustable plates. I’m always on board when it comes to floating plates because they take away the hassle of multiple passes. So, there was no trouble whatsoever when I tried this straightener on different hair textures.
The temperature is back up to the standard 410F compared to the 395F of CHI Lava. Suffice it to say, 410F gave me the flexibility to work with varying hair thickness. However, the straightener will falter against stubborn locks. If the hair is too-thick-to-handle, a high-temperature setting of 425F is optimal.
As I’ve mentioned earlier, the CHI Lava has no temperature control options. It’s the flat iron’s way or the highway. However, the CHI Tech, despite being the same price point, has a dial-based temperature control system.
Naturally, the ceramic plates take time to heat up. I had to wait more than a minute for the straightener to reach maximum temperature. I have no qualms with it because ceramic as a material is comparatively slower in transferring heat. However, once the heat catches up, retention is excellent. While it did take some time to prep the flat iron, the heat was consistent for one-pass ironing.
I thought the manufacturer would cut costs by excluding the dual-voltage option. To my surprise, that wasn’t the case with CHI Tech. I was free to travel around, not having to worry about finding a suitable power outlet.
The extension cord was the first hurdle in a fine road for me. As a person with an 11-feet cord preference, I had to contend with a 9-footer. I’ll not hammer down on this flat iron. For the price, I expect the manufacturer to cut corners. Better it be extension cords than excluding a core feature.
Also, the lack of a digital readout screen is a bummer. Again, it’s not a dealbreaker as I could work around it, but a digital screen that pops out the exact temperature is always better. Still, I think the CHI Tech is the best deal a person could squirm out for the price.
Up to now, I’ve discussed low to mid-tier CHI flat irons. Not one flat iron from the list was beyond the $100 threshold. I would’ve stayed true to the less-than-$100 principle, but I couldn’t help myself from including the CHI MISS UNIVERSE. This flat iron has the potential to give most premium straighteners a run for their money.
The “MISS UNIVERSE” tag isn’t just a cash-grabbing scheme. It was used in the particular competition, and the flat iron received a sponsorship from Miss Universe. So, it has all the features an elite stylist would want to have in their arsenal.
For starters, the plates are pure titanium. Initially, I thought a touch of ceramic or titanium would’ve been better, but I realized pure titanium triumphs any fusion. Of all the straighteners I’ve used from CHI, this has the fastest heat build-up. Titanium has a natural penchant for catching heat, so there was no downtime. I could get it up and running in 15-20 seconds tops.
The highest temperature setting is 410F, similar to most CHI flat irons. It doesn’t reach the CHI PRO G2 levels of heat, but the 410F feels similar to the 425F here thanks to the titanium’s equal heat distribution. Even with the coarsest hair, all I needed was one pass to get the results I want.
There’s a stylish temperature readout screen on top. The heat settings are adjustable, and I have no complaints about the flexibility of this straightener. Unlike the CHI PRO G2, the screen doesn’t change color for different settings, but I was okay with it. Still, I must say, having a color-coded screen would’ve been better.
I found the entire design to be ergonomic and catered towards professional stylists. Usually, it gets tricky to get curls done with a flat iron. However, I was gliding through different hair textures as if it were a cakewalk.
The dual-voltage setting is present in this flat iron as well and understandably so. As a globally acclaimed pro-tier flat iron, dual voltage settings are imperative. You never know where your work might take you.
My dreams were realized with an 11-feet extension cord. I’ve already detailed the benefits of having 11-feet cords over 9-feeters. So, I wouldn’t mull over it, but I’d say the former is far more convenient.
Overall, the CHI MISS UNIVERSE has what it takes to stand toe to toe against any premium flat iron out there. It is packed with all the features a pro would love and adore. However, it’s going to create a dent in your wallet, but I’d still vouch for it as the price is reasonable. After the PRO G2, I’m more than willing to declare this straightener the best CHI flat iron.
Factors That Make CHI a Worthy Choice
CHI flat irons didn’t simply pop out of the blue and took the market by storm. The manufacturer has a long, stable, and more importantly… reliable history of goodwill and customer satisfaction.
Competition is fierce in the hairstyling world, and there are certain kinks that help CHI stand out of the crowd. Let me tell you what the best CHI hair straightener has in store for you.
Premium Yet Kind to Your Savings
If you’ve looked into the pricing of flat irons, you’re already aware of how the elite straighteners can thin your wallet out. Take a peek into the BaByliss or Paul Mitchel, and you’ll know what I’m talking about. Most of their worthwhile flat irons reside in the above-$100 region.
CHI could’ve taken the same approach, lucky for us, they didn’t. Even the hottest of CHI flat irons are around the 100-dollar territory. Don’t mistake the cost-cutting with a compromise in quality.
Ask any CHI user, or take my option, the performance is up to big-boy standards. They provide original ceramic plates, not the knock-off ceramic coating, at a reasonable price.
So, when I put all the premium flat irons in one picture, CHI comes out on top in terms of affordability. If you’re looking for a bang for the buck, CHI is a sensible option.
Of the, By the, For the Hairstylists
Most elite manufacturers have no background in hairstyling. So, they direct most of their attention toward customers. CHI begs to differ. Best CHI Flat Irons are the brainchild of a master hairstylist himself, Mr. Farouk Shami.
That’s why they are different from the rest of the lot. They understand and empathize with the day-to-day complications. CHI not only sells beauty products, but they also educate aspiring hair artists. With schools all over the world, they’re always trying to take the fashion industry to another level.
Besides, CHI doesn’t leave you high and dry after a purchase. A band of trained professionals at their disposal creates guides and informative videos. You could always fall back on their content if you want up your hairstyling game.
Always Something New
CHI is always on a hot pursuit to bring the latest tech to flat irons. Take the collaboration between CHI and NASA as an example. NASA’s disinfectant unit- the nano-silver, made its way into the world of hairstyling thanks to CHI.
Besides, the ceramic-titanium fusion, a tourmaline coating over ceramic plates, all of these are the fruits of CHI’s ambition. It’s not only fancy science talk, but the perks behind each revolution are also real with compelling results. Today, the negative ion technology is all the rage in the hairstyling industry as it retains moisture and adds volume to one’s hair.
So, supporting CHI is synonymous with supporting innovation. Although they have a band of loyal customers, they’re trying to bring more to the table- that’s what makes them stand out.
Flats and Curls
Flat irons, as the name suggests, excel at giving your hair a flat appearance. If you’re looking for curling or getting the perfect beach waves, a curling wand is the go-to. However, I could comfortably get curls with CHI flat irons because of the ergonomic design.
If you observe closely, CHI irons are compact and easy-to-handle. Once you get some practice in, you’ll be able to get perfect curls, even beach waves with a straightener. It can help you with all your styling needs; however, you need time to master the craft. It’s not a one-day job.
Also, most CHI flat irons have adjustable plates. It can adapt on the go when you’re pulling the iron through your hair. So, even if the going gets rough, self-adjusting plates don’t pull at your hair. This feature enables a user or a stylist to get some stylish curls out of CHI straighteners.
Still, curling wands edge out flat irons when it comes to curling, no surprise there.
Right off the bat, I’d like to say that color-coded temperature screen is not a universal feature of CHI. It is not present in all of their flat irons. You’ll find the color-coded readout in the CHI G2 line of flat irons. Now, why does this feature matter?
It may seem insignificant at first glance, but color codes can help you determine the extremity of a heat setting. When you have all the time in the world, it doesn’t matter. You can read the temperature from the screen. However, when you’re on the run, every minute matters. Color codes can help you understand the temperature even without a proper look.
CHI Has Your Back
I’ve already mentioned it before; CHI doesn’t leave their customers out to dry. Whether you need styling tips or need help with a product malfunction, CHI is there by your side. Also, the money-back guarantee is a testament to the manufacturer’s faith in their flat irons. If you’re dissatisfied with the performance, the option of returning it for a full refund is always open.
Let’s not forget the limited 2-year warranty. Only a handful of CHI flat irons are excluded from their warranty scheme. Almost 90% of CHI straighteners are backed by a limited 2-year warranty. So, you don’t have to stress yourself out after spending those hard-earned green.
However, the warranty is “limited.” If you’re responsible for damaging a perfectly functioning straightener, you won’t receive the CHI love.
Using CHI Flat Iron for Professionals
Stylists are at the core of CHI’s concern. They not only look out for the DIYs; their eyes are open to the needs of the professional as well. CHI straighteners are salon-tier and benefit both the casuals and veterans.
So, what can you get out of a CHI flat iron, as a professional? Let me draw it out for you.
CHI is the first of its kind to sport the ionic technology. Mr. Farouk Shami’s collaboration with NASA led him to revolutionize the hairstyling industry forever. So, you get a genuine nano-silver flat iron that emits tons of negative ions. If you’re up to speed by now, you should know how more negative ions mean healthier, happier, and prettier hair.
CHI flat irons come packed with premium features but at a comparatively lower price. For instance, a CHI PRO G2 costs around $80. So, you can kickstart your styling career with CHI without having to dig a hole in your savings. If you compare it to the likes of BaByliss, you’d be sparing yourself $50 worth of extra expenditure.
Furthermore, one of CHI’s primary mission is to educate and prepare future hairdressers. As an aspiring stylist, you can always opt to learn the craft of hairstyling from experts at CHI. It doesn’t come with the flat iron itself, though. All I’m saying is- CHI looks out for hairstylists, not just the customers.
The Story Behind CHI – The Way It Came into Being
To trace the origins of CHI, we have to travel back in time to the year 1986. More than three decades ago, a young visionary named Farouk Shami dreamt of one day revolutionizing the fashion industry- more specifically, the hairstyling scene.
CHI is the fruit of his ambition. Mr. Shami wanted to take hairstyling to another level by putting together “Education, Environment, and Innovation.” The motto isn’t a lucrative bait. Mr. Shami has established more than 500 educational institutes to train aspiring stylists.
Farouk Systems didn’t forget about “environment” and “innovation,” either. He collaborated with NASA to introduce the coveted nano-silver tech into hair irons. Today, all professional stylists recommend getting a nano-silver flat iron because of the added moisture and thickness.
That’s not all. The nano-silver also works as a disinfectant, keeping the straightener free from contaminants.
There was a time when ammonia used to be a common hair-color component. Although it was toxic, no other option was available. Amongst the 27 ingenious patents, the breakthrough of ammonia-free hair color is the brainchild of Mr. Farouk Shami.
The hairstyling world has witnessed and used a range of top of the line products thanks to CHI. All sorts of haircare materials were made to serve the needs of customers and hair-artists.
Being a hairstylist himself, Mr. Farouk Shami saw the big picture and realized the hair-do game runs both ways. It’s not about the receiving end of customers only. It’s also about the comfort of the stylist.
This dualistic approach is the reason behind CHI’s resounding success. As of today, CHI stands toe to toe with all the other top names in the flat iron industry. All their flat irons can give BaByliss, Paul Mitchell, and the rest of the high-end brands a run for their money.
However, CHI isn’t the ideal destination for a budget-hunter. Still, the performance one can get is worth shelling out a few bucks. In the end, I have to say- CHI has a mission, and they’re here to stay.
My Two Cents At The End
Nothing is static in the current ever-evolving world. Trends come and go in the snap of a finger. One day a hairstyle is everywhere, and it’s gone with the wind in a week. So, as a hairstylist or a DIY, you need to keep up with this pace.
CHI has been one of the industry leaders for decades. What makes CHI beautiful is their commitment towards bringing novelty to hairdressing. They’re constantly striving to improve and outperform their contemporaries. Having the best CHI flat iron at your disposal will help you adjust to the quickly changing styling trends.
Finally, I’ve said before the term “best” is subject to a person’s needs. However, if I had to choose, I’d bet my money on the CHI PRO G2. I love it because of its sheer versatility coupled with a more-than-reasonable price point. Still, I’d recommend you do your homework before jumping the gun.
So, the world of hairstyling is moving forward. CHI flat irons can help you move forward with it. The question is- are you willing to board the CHI train?