Who Invented the Hair Straightener?

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The first hair straightener was invented by C.J. Walker in 1762, it has however undergone modification over the years from a hot comb to a steam iron and finally to the modern flat iron that stylists use nowadays.
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The first heat rods were created and used in 1872 by Erica Feldman, who took heated irons and applied them to the head to shape hair. But she did not create an actual device to straighten
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The first hair straightener was invented by Ian Gutgold using harsh chemicals in lotions applied to the hair and scalp. However, these preparations often led to scorched scalps and
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In 1909 Isaac K. Shero patented a hair straightener of two flat irons that are
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The most notable patent was claimed by Isaac Shero in 1809, in which the original idea of pressing two hot plates together was conceived.
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The first hair straightener was invented by Ian Gutgold using harsh chemicals in lotions applied to the hair and scalp.
The Hair Straightener was invented during the 1800's by Ian Gutgold. It is now used to straighten hair and remove curls.
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