How to Select a Cloud Nine Straightener

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How to Select a Cloud Nine Straightener

Cloud Nine launched its first temperature control iron in 2009. While it still sells the original, it has added more hair straighteners as well as other hair styling products and accessories to its list of products. The Cloud Nine Wand is its version of a curling iron or hair curler. Overall, Cloud Nine straighteners give users the ability to style their hair any way they please, from straight, to wavy, to curly, to voluminous.

 

The Original Iron

This Cloud Nine hair straightener offers instant heat through the use of unique and patented mineral-infused ceramic plates that eliminate heat up time. This allows users to start styling the moment they switch it on. The curved body and smooth plates allow users to straighten, wave, curl, and flick hair without worrying about catching or dragging hair in the process. It comes with a microcomputer controlled heating system that delivers even temperatures across entire hair surfaces. The three temperature settings vary in between 100 and 200 degrees Celsius. A one-touch temperature control makes for easy adjustments, and an LED display indicates the existing setting to avoid confusion. As the Original Iron comes with a dual voltage mode, working with 220 to 240 volts as well as 110 to 120 volts, it is perfect for travel. Hibernation mode ensures that the hair straightener switches off after 20 minutes of inactivity, giving you peace of mind.

 

The C9 Touch

This Cloud Nine straightener uses the same high quality plates and microcomputer controlled heating system as the Original Iron, resulting in highly conditioned and polished hair. The plates of this 230-volt hair straightener also heat up instantly to two temperature settings. Those with medium to thick hair can use the 195-degrees setting, while 165 degrees suits thinner hair. The C9 touch is very easy to use, given that it does not include any buttons. Pick it up to start styling, put it down once done, and simply click thrice to change temperature settings. A 360-degree swivel cord gives complete flexibility. While the Wide Iron and the Original Iron include protective heat guards, the C9 touch does not.

 

The Wide Iron

This Cloud Nine wide hair straightener best suits thick and long hair and its wider plates allow users to straighten, wave, or curl their hair faster. Microcomputer controlled temperature comes in the form three settings; this model includes an LED indicator as well. Additionally, it uses the mineral infused ceramic plates that heat up instantly. Equipped with hibernation mode, this versatile hair straightener can also run on 110 to 120 volts and 220 to 240 volts.

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