5 Cordless Hair Tools to Make Styling Anywhere Easy
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5 Cordless Hair Tools to Make Styling Anywhere Easy

When it comes to styling your strands, it’s time to break out of the bathroom. With a variety of cordless options in mini sizes, you can multitask to your heart’s content while getting glam. Curling while cooking? Done. Straightening while Netflix-and-chilling? Why not. Once you go cordless, you might never go back to being tied down again! Scroll down to check out five cordless hair tools that give you the freedom to freshen up your mane anywhere, anytime.

When you’re binge-watching your favorite show: amika Movos Wireless Styler ($150) The titanium plates easily glide through your hair, and the curved edges let you add in professional-level bends or waves (if that’s your thing).

When you’re at a wedding: CHI Escape Professional Cordless Curling Iron 1” ($110) Don’t underestimate the power of this curling iron just because of its small size. Toss this ultra-compact curler into your clutch and refresh your locks before cocktail hour starts. You’ll be a savior for a stressed-out bride who needs to touch-up her tresses too.

When you’re at work: John Frieda Hot Air Brush ($30) Keep it in your desk drawer at the office and jet into the bathroom on your lunch break for a little lift, touch of curl, or an overall smooth-out.

When you’re commuting: Conair Travel Smart Thermacell Straightener ($25) Let’s be real: Most of us are in a rush during our morning routines. Whether you’re getting there by train, bus, or car, time is of the essence. This cordless straightener heats up to 419 degrees, so you only have to run it over your hair once for speedy, smooth-as-silk results.

When you’re on a plane: Roman Beauty Rechargeable Curling Iron ($29) Toss this 10-inch curler into your carry-on bag (in its heat-resistant carrying case, of course) and step off the plane looking like you just came from the salon and not the middle seat.

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