It may look easy, but anyone who has tried to curl their hair using a flat iron knows that it can be difficult to find a technique that works for you.
FHI Heat Educator Samantha Nowotnik breaks down how to curl your hair with a straightener in our latest tutorial video. Find out the easy trick that is life-changing when it comes to pulling off effortless waves.
In the video, Samantha uses the Platform Signature 1" Professional Styling Iron marked by our red plates. The triple-baked ceramic plates, infused with smoothing tourmaline, lock in hydration while repelling humidity. Featuring an edge-to-edge heater, you can count on even heat distribution across the floating plates to ensure optimal performance and easy styling.
Samantha is an outstanding Stylist with over 10 years industry experience. She is a perfectionist who does not stop at adequate, but rather makes it her goal to ensure each client in her chair is thrilled with their look. Samantha truly has a love of all things hair. She has a wide variety of training under her belt and excels in passing on her knowledge.
In addition to working full time at her Suite, Samantha has been able to experience working outside the salon on photo shoots and multiple show stages where she embraced her passion for educating others. Her passion for the industry, education and love of styling led her to the FHI HEAT family where she earned her spot as one of the FHI HEAT Brand Ambassadors.
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Halloween costume shopping is both parts fun and daunting. Despite so many options, it seems like everything has been done before. The looks that stand the test of time and ironically never feel outdated or overdone are decade-inspired costumes.
Though a bun seems like a simple and classic hairstyle, there are actually so many versatile ways to wear it. Especially now, while we are all adding weight to our faces with the mask, a style that keeps the hair back is crucial. Plus, it works with virtually any hair texture and length (provided that it is long enough to slip into an elastic) and pairs seamlessly with the scarves and blazers of fall fashion.