L’ANGE Curling Iron: Titanium vs. Ceramic

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L’ANGE Curling Iron: Titanium vs. Ceramic. Learn the difference between titanium and ceramic curling wands. Video included!

Woman with hair curled by a curling wand

One of the biggest question I had when I first got a L’ANGE curling iron was which material should I get? I didn’t know if I should do titanium or ceramic.

Titanium vs. Ceramic Curling Wand

Every person’s hair is different. What is best for my hair will not necessarily be best for your hair. Here are some general guidelines about the materials.


Find my tips on how to curl your hair using a curling wand here. Video included!


Titanium

When in doubt, go with titanium. We have a lot of different hair types in our house and the titanium universally works best on every person’s hair. It is especially good for:

  • Hard to curl hair (even if it is fine)
  • Coarse hair

The ions in the Titanium curling iron help smooth frizz.

Ceramic

Ceramic gets to the same temperature as the titanium, it just delivers the heat differently. Ceramic is good for:

  • Easy to curl hair
  • Damaged hair

Ceramic is great for damaged hair because it won’t damage your hair as much as the titanium. The ions of the ceramic curling iron make it so the curling iron is not as damaging. The ions also help smooth the hair. So if you have frizzy hair, the ceramic will be nice for you.

L'ANGE Curling Iron: Titanium vs. Ceramic. Learn the difference between titanium and ceramic curling wands. Video included!

I have both titanium and ceramic. My hair dry. It is naturally curly. It is easy to curl. Both materials work well on my hair, however, my daughter has hard to curl hair and the ceramic just doesn’t work. I will also say that when I use titanium, my second day curls hold better than they do with a ceramic wand.

If you really can’t decide which to get, I would say go for the Titanium. This is especially true if you have more than one person who will use the curling wand. We have fine hair, coarse hair, easy to curl hair, hard to curl hair…if I am buying one L’ANGE curling iron for all of us to use, I want it to be the best for every hair type.


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How to Choose the Right Curling Wand For You

L’ANGE Curling Iron Video

Here is a video of me curling my hair with my L’ANGE curling wands. They are both the same size (32 mm), but one is the ceramic  Ondule and the other is the titanium Lustre.

 

L’ANGE Hair Products

If you are looking for an honest review of the different L’ANGE hair products I have tried, check this post out:

L’ANGE Hair Products Review

L'ANGE Curling Iron: Titanium vs. Ceramic. Learn the difference between titanium and ceramic curling wands. Video included!

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Valerie, also known as The Babywise Mom, is the mother to four children. She has been blogging on Babywise and general parenting since 2007. She has a degree in technical writing and loves using those skills to help parents be the best parents they can be! Read her book, The Babywise Mom Nap Guide, to get help on sleep from birth through the preschool years. You can also find her writing at Babywise.life, Today Parenting, and Her View From Home. Read more about Valerie and her family on the About page. Follow her on FacebookPinterest, and Instagram for more tips and helps.

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