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The Goods: Small But Mighty Tools

Web Editor | July 10, 2011 | 7:10 PM

Small But Mighty

Good things do come in small packages!
The Goods: Small But Mighty Tools
1. HANA MINI
Five-inches long when collapsed, extends to standard length, plus a travel pouch.
Hana Salon/hanasalon.com

2. PINKIE FLATIRON
Compact with ceramic/tourmaline plates, and a heat-resistant travel pouch.
Hot Tools/hottools.com

3. TS-2 DETAILER
Six-inches long with half-inch plates. Features tourmaline/ceramic/ionic technology.
TS-2/ts2products.com

4. MIA MINI IRON
Dual voltage six-inch-long iron; comes with a heat-resistant pouch.
The Tonytail Company/tonytail.com

5. DIANE JETZ
Mini flatiron with ceramic plates and an extra-long cord, heats to 420 degrees.
Diane Products/dianebeauty.com

6. ULTRA MICROTURBO
1,600 watts, two heat and airflow settings, and an air concentrator to control airflow.
Andis/andis.com

7. THE HOTTIE
Half-inch ceramic plates heat up in 60 seconds to 390 degrees.
Mega Hot/belsonproducts.com

8. TRAVEL DRYER
Air concentrator nozzle targets specific areas or can be removed to speed up drying time.
GHD/ghdhairusa.com

9. HYPER BABY
Tiny, lightweight dryer with dual voltage and a folding handle.
Rusk/rusk1.com

10. TRAVELPRO
With two heat settings, fast-drying, anti-frizz dual-voltage dryer with a hang ring.
Bio Ionic/bioionic.com
 
11. MINI CHI
Ceramic flatiron with one-inch plates; create straight styles, curls, flips and bends.
CHI/farouk.com

(Photostyling by Alison Shipley)



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