Bohemia, NY (PRWEB) December 24, 2013
Online beauty supply store NewVo Beauty comments on an article discussing the rise in accidents related to flat irons due to the approaching party season, and how to avoid them.
In an article published by NY Daily News on December 9th titled “Part season sparks rise in hair-straightening injuries: study,” ways to avoid heat injuries while using heat styling tools, like flat irons, are discussed. The article mentions that heat styling tools can reach up to 450 degrees and can take up to fifteen minutes to cool off after use. The article also suggests placing all heat styling tools in heat-resistant pouches after use to protect all users and those around them, particularly children, from burns.
Sara Greenstone, a representative from the online beauty supply store NewVo Beauty, says, “Using heat styling tools are a great way to style hair effortlessly, especially during the holiday season. But when using them, you must always use caution. While using heat styling tools, be mindful of the hot plates; always hold the heat styling tool by the safe, heat-resistant handles. It takes time for the styling tool to cool off, so place it in a safe place, such as a drawer or in a pouch designed for heat styling tools, to ensure no heat related injuries occur.”
Greenstone says, “It is also important to note that heat styling tools can cause hair damage. When used properly, you can avoid damage and still achieve gorgeous, sleek hair. Using products that protect against thermal styling will combat any possible heat damage. Products like Pureology Colour Max UV Hair Colour Defense are great for fighting any effects from thermal styling tools, and even environmental damages like the sun.”
NewVo Beauty sells over 5,000 professional beauty salon products. Committed to providing quality, hard-to-find premium products and great service, NewVo Beauty offers high-demand salon merchandise at affordable prices. They’re available 24/7 to answer any queries to ensure customers have a great buying experience.