Editor’s obsession: Sedu Revolution Diamond styling iron and hair straightener
The brand-new lightweight hair tool features diamond dust in the plates to give you a frizz-free look
Tue Dec 3 2013
When your hair gets so long people start calling you Pocahontas, you realize two things: First, it’s time for a haircut, and second, an efficient flatiron is a must. As a compulsive hair straightener, I’m always on the quest for the quickest and least-damaging option, and the newest Sedu styling tool doesn’t disappoint. Not only does the diamond moniker refer to its superior quality, the plates contain actual diamond dust, said to act as a natural heat conductor that disperses high temps evenly to protect hair and lock in moisture. The iron automatically shuts off after 30 minutes and features universal voltage, so you can take it abroad without an adapter. Sedu Revolution Diamond styling iron, $180, at Bergdorf Goodman, 754 Fifth Ave at 58th St (212-753-7300)
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