Croc hair straighteners are light, sleek, professional quality styling tools that create wonderfully polished looks. Whether you are starting with damp or dry hair they are a breeze to use.
If you’re using the Turbolon Croc 2 Titanium Wet to Dry Flat iron you can start the straightening process with damp, towel dried (but not soaking wet!) hair. If not your hair should be completely dry by either air drying or blow drying when straightening otherwise you will fry it. Before applying any heat to your hair apply a heat protectant. If desired you can also run a dime sized drop of anti frizz serum through your hair as well.
Turn the straightener on and set the temperature. The digital display makes it incredibly easy to select the appropriate heat setting for your type of hair. If you have thin, fine hair stick between 200 and 300 degrees because your hair can be easily damaged. If you have coarser, curlier hair you will be able to best straighten it at temperatures between 350 and 400 degrees.
While you’re waiting for the straightener to warm up, divide your hair into four sections by first parting your hair down the middle and then parting it from ear to ear. Secure three sections with a hair tie and comb out the fourth section. Take a piece of hair from the section (it should be about an inch wide), clamp the straightener on it and gently glide the straightener down the section two or three times until it is straight.
Comb that piece once more then pick another section and repeat. Work your way through every piece and each section until you have straightened all of your hair. The trick is to straighten small pieces one at a time to create a sleek, frizz free and polished look.