The best hair tools for every hair type and style



It’s a universally accepted truth that no matter what type of hair you have – curly, straight, or somewhere in between – you are bound to want the opposite texture. So, you’ve probably tried, with varying degrees of success, a range of hair tools to achieve the finish you want.

Fortunately, in recent years, hair tools have undergone an almost complete reinvention. We no longer need to decide between damaging our hair with uncontrolled heat during styling, or sub-standard results where curls seem to fall out almost instantly / snap back into place at the first sign of moisture, due to tools. that don’t deliver the results they promise.

Whether you have long trusted Ghd straighteners to give you shiny, healthy looking hair or are still blown away by the emergence of Dyson in the market as the brand celebrates its fourth anniversary, these are the hair tools. high-tech than the Bazaar The beauty team recommends to achieve a professional looking finish at home.

Advertising – Continue Reading Below

For efficiency and ease

Dyson Supersonic Hair Dryer

There had been little innovation in the hair care industry until Dyson entered the scene. Today, four years later, the brand’s hair dryer is as popular as ever. Used frequently backstage at Fashion Month catwalks and with a motor specially designed to limit heat damage and aid styling, the lightweight device makes drying your hair much less painful.

For quick drying

Ghd Helios hair dryer

Many beauty publishers still remember buying their first pair of Ghd straighteners, but until recently the brand’s glossy hairdryers had gone a bit unnoticed. That’s not possible with Helios, a super lightweight professional grade tool that dries your hair quickly without sacrificing a shiny finish.

For damaged hair

L’Oréal Professionnel Steampod Steam Straightener

£ 235.00

An alternative to traditional straightening products which is a particularly good option for anyone with weakened hair. L’Oréal’s smart tool uses steam technology (not heat) to leave hair soft and smooth, with up to 78% less damage than a traditional flat iron.

For a whole range of waves

T3 Whirl Trio Interchangeable Styling Wand

You no longer have to choose what type of waves you want when purchasing a wand, as T3’s styler has an interchangeable head that lets you achieve everything from tight beach waves to loose waves.

To fight frizz

Hot Brush Ghd Glide

The speed at which Ghd’s hot brush can straighten your hair is the real remarkable feature of the device. Using a constantly controlled temperature of 185 degrees Celsius and high density short and long bristles, just brush and straighten simultaneously.

For long lasting fresh curls

Hershesons Professional Tourmaline Curling Iron

You can trust professional hairdressers to know exactly what they expect from their hair tools, then famous stylist Luke Hershesons curling iron is lightweight and made of ceramic to seal in moisture in your hair. The result is brighter, longer lasting and “cool girl” waves.

For a smooth smoothing

Dyson Corrale Straightener

Dyson’s latest innovation, following on the AirWrap Pneumatic Curling Wand, is a hair straightener like you’ve probably never seen before. It’s not only cordless, giving you more flexibility when styling, it’s also designed to use less heat than an average straightener while providing superior results against frizz and flyaways.

For beginners in curling

BaByliss Curl Secret

£ 120.00

Easy to use with a beep system that ensures you keep your hair in place just long enough to achieve a clean curl without causing excessive damage, if you find curling your own hair a little intimidating – give this device a try.

For style + durability

Cloud Nine the original iron

£ 149.00

Cloud Nine’s trusty straighteners easily remove frizz and flyaways, while five temperature settings also give you control over the finish. Plus, the brand is a pioneer in sustainable hair care, offering a recycling program for older hairdressers, even if they’re not theirs.

This content is created and maintained by a third party, and uploaded to this page to help users provide their email addresses. You may be able to find more information about this and other similar content on

Advertising – Continue Reading Below