Out of the many varieties of hair straighteners available in the market, Solia Flat Iron and CHI have stood out. They have also been pitted against each other and the debate continues as to which one is the better among the two. This article lists down the features of each one of them. Read to find out which one suits you the best.
Straightening hair is an undeniable part of every women’s beauty regime. And for this, various hair care products have been at their discretion for years. Flat irons are one of them. They provide quick and lasting results, which makes them extremely popular among women who have a curly and frizzy mane. Due to this popularity, we see a huge competition among the manufacturers of hair straightening products, the toughest being the longstanding battle between Solia flat iron and CHI. According to reviews, both stand tall in quality and customer satisfaction. In the following section of the article, let us look at the features, pros, and cons of each of them.
Solia Flat Iron
These are ceramic flat irons that are cited to have a breakthrough technology by Solia. The trademark technology of this brand, known as ‘dynamic alignment system’, is advocated to be the best as far as hair care is concerned. These flat irons avoid corrosion between hair strands and the ceramic plates of flat irons. They come with temperature control functions and various plate sizes for various types of hair. The four sizes of Solia flat irons include – 1 inch, ¾ inch, 1 ¾ inch, and 1¼ inch. Of these, the ¾ inch flat iron is suitable for all lengths of hair including bangs and short hair. Nevertheless, all types under this brand are often marketed to be the best for all hair textures and lengths, which is another reason of their raging popularity. Another fact that makes them such a hot bestseller is their relatively low end price.
CHI Hair Straightener
CHI (Cationic Hydration Interlink) hair straightener products were first introduced by Farouk System Inc., which is a popular brand of personality grooming and hair care products. CHI hair straightening flat irons became popular soon after their launch, due to the wide range of selection and the trademark ‘CHI 44 Ceramic Technology’, which is popular for their easy with ergonomic designs. Some of their best selling hair straightener products include – ¾ inch Volumizing Iron, CHI Orbit Styling Tools, Ionic Single Pass Ceramic Hairstyling Iron, Auto Digital Ceramic Hairstyling Iron, Digital Ceramic Hairstyling Iron, Big CHI Auto Digital Ceramic Hairstyling Iron, Auto Digital Wet-to-Dry Ceramic Hairstyling Iron, Ceramic Hairstyling Iron, Auto Digital Spring Curling Irons, Turbo Digital Microchip Hairstyling Iron, Nano Digital Ceramic Hairstyling Iron, 2-in-1 Auto Digital Ceramic Hairstyling Iron, Auto Digital Ceramic Waver, Ergonomic Auto Digital Ceramic Hairstyling Iron, Mini CHI Ceramic hairstyling Iron, Micro CHI Ceramic Hairstyling Iron, etc. All these products are available with many advanced features that yield quick and long-lasting results.
Solia Flat Iron Vs. CHI Hair Straightener
Some of the best reasons to choose Solia flat irons over CHI hair straightener is because they are more lightweight and they also offer a relatively extended warranty period. They also come with excellent temperature control and great results with frizzy hair and can be used on both dry as well as wet hair, which is a big advantage. It is due to these reasons why Solia flat irons are now cited to be the best hair straighteners.
CHI flat irons come with 1 inch, 2 inches, and 7 inches disks that speed up the heating process in the hair straighteners. They maintain this elevated temperature for a longer period, too. Since they come with easy handling techniques, a solid grip, and an efficient ergonomic design, they are a favorite among the masses. They come with a 1 year warranty, which is another advantage. However, when it comes to cost, the customers always tend to opt for Solia flat irons, since they are cheaper.
Each product has a dedicated fan following, but the best one for you is the one that suits your hair. A personal suggestion would be to try each one of them and find out what works for you.