Nick Arrojo, celebrity stylist, television personality, educator, and owner of the Arrojo Studio and fashion trendsetter has expanded his repertoire to include creating his dream flat iron.
As we all know from viewing Nick’s presentations, television and platform work, he is all about maintaining the health and condition of his clients’ hair, while creating the perfect personalized style.
A stickler for the best tools, Nick has joined up with Izunami, offering his perspective and wish list for a top-performing iron. The result is Izunami’s new Arrojo S125, the future of flat irons—only it’s here right now.
The Arrojo S125 has the unique feature of independent temperature controls for each flat iron plate, preventing the overheating that can result from controlling only one plate. The two-plate temperature control assures more consistent styling and reduces the chance of heat damage to the hair. The iron’s Rapid Engagement, Quick Disengagement (REQD) resets the temperature of the plates five times per second to prevent cooling as the iron moves through the hair.
Nick’s other design ideas include wider plates for easier styling and rounded edges to prevent creases in the hair. Added extra cushioning helps the iron adapt to uneven hair thickness on each individual head.
Nick has this to say about the Arrojo S125 by Izunami. “I personally designed the iron to exceed the performance expectations of stylists. With stringent quality control and great safety features, my performance driven tools provide easy handling for beautiful and healthy hair."
What stylist wouldn’t take Nick Arrojo’s word on what determines an expert styling tool?
Izunami’s Arrojo S125 is offered through full service distributors and will retail in salons for $250. Stay tuned for the launch of Izunami’s Arrojo PX3 blow dryer later this summer. Visit izunami.com.
Mike Kim, president of Izunami, with Nick Arrojo and the new Arrojo S125 flat iron by Izunami
The new Arrojo S125 Flat Iron by Izunami features temperature controls for each
plate, wider plates and extra cushioning--all designed by star stylist Nick Arrojo.