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and HELLO to smooth, shiny, silky hair you've always dreamed about!

Designed for the daring and bold in mind, Hair Rage Tools brings new meaning to the phrase “Rage On!”
Created for those who are outraged with high prices! Hair Rage fulfills all your needs. From straighteners to hair dryers to curlers. you name it, we got it! Hair Rage products are designed to provide amazing results and performance with ease. Say goodbye to frizzy, dry hair and experience the out-there hair you’ve always wanted!

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[vc_cta h2=”Are you Team Curly, Team Straight or Team Wavy?” h4=”(No matter which one you are remember,YOU ARE FLAWLESS!)” shape=”square” style=”flat” color=”violet” css_animation=”flipInX” css=”.vc_custom_1505501186543{border-top-width: 75px !important;border-right-width: 0px !important;border-bottom-width: 75px !important;border-left-width: 0px !important;}”]Whichever team you claim, we’ve got a product for you! Don’t know which is best for your type of hair? We’ve got you! Check out our stats below to see which product best suits your unique hair needs![/vc_cta]
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  • [vc_cta h2=”Effectiveness” h4=”Titanium vs. Ceramic” txt_align=”center” shape=”square” style=”custom” add_icon=”top” i_icon_fontawesome=”fa fa-check” i_color=”white” css=”.vc_custom_1505499856157{border-radius: 15px !important;}” custom_background=”rgba(60,191,174,0.39)” custom_text=”#ffffff”]By paying attention to the little things like how many passes it takes to get your hair straight, you can determine which type of plate is most efficient for you. Titanium is known to heat up faster for immediate and superior results. Ceramic has even heating, meaning you don’t have to pass through your hair countless times to get it all evenly straightened. The fewer the number of passes, the less heat damage and time is taken to iron.[/vc_cta]
  • [vc_cta h2=”Heat Transfer” h4=”Feeling Hot Hot Hot!” txt_align=”center” shape=”square” style=”custom” add_icon=”top” i_icon_fontawesome=”fa fa-fire” i_color=”white” css=”.vc_custom_1505499981931{border-radius: 15px !important;}” custom_background=”rgba(196,0,140,0.39)” custom_text=”#ffffff”]The time it takes for the iron to transfer its heat to your hair strands is known as heat transfer. Ceramic uses a gentle infrared energy to heat your hair and straighten it. In this category though, titanium takes the cake. The metal is known to heat up faster than any other plate material, thus transferring heat the fastest. The heat from titanium might be a little more than that of ceramic, but it all depends on your hair type. Fine-haired divas who do not need as much heat are better off with ceramic plates.[/vc_cta]
  • [vc_cta h2=”Heat Evenness” h4=”Over and Over Again” txt_align=”center” shape=”square” style=”custom” add_icon=”top” i_icon_fontawesome=”fa fa-exchange” i_color=”white” css=”.vc_custom_1506017525516{border-radius: 15px !important;}” custom_background=”rgba(255,200,69,0.46)” custom_text=”#ffffff”]For the most part, all flat irons get your hair straight but have you ever noticed a spot that just isn’t as straight as the rest? Then you had to go over it again…and maybe again. This has to do with cold spots on the flat iron surface. These cold spots do not transfer as much heat as the rest of the plate, resulting in that section of not so straight hair. While titanium heats up the fastest for quick touch-ups and professionals, cold spots may occur. On the other hand, ceramic has great heat distribution. Every part of the plate releases the same amount of energy. This means fewer passes and more evenly straightened hair.[/vc_cta]
  • [vc_cta h2=”Price” h4=”Show Me the Money!” txt_align=”center” shape=”square” style=”custom” add_icon=”top” i_icon_fontawesome=”fa fa-usd” i_color=”white” css=”.vc_custom_1506017566308{border-radius: 15px !important;}” custom_background=”rgba(0,221,96,0.32)” custom_text=”#ffffff”]In the long run, your budget is what will determine whether you buy titanium or ceramic irons. Ceramic irons will be more expensive than titanium if they are pure ceramic plates. Titanium flat irons can cost more if you’re looking to use it for a more professional setting.Consider how you’re going to use your flat iron and check out the durability, too.[/vc_cta]
  • [vc_cta h2=”Durability” h4=”Made to Outlast” txt_align=”center” shape=”square” style=”custom” add_icon=”top” i_icon_fontawesome=”fa fa-spinner” i_color=”white” css=”.vc_custom_1506017659259{border-radius: 15px !important;}” custom_background=”rgba(0,152,206,0.34)” custom_text=”#ffffff”] If you flat iron your hair often or plan on using the flat iron for commercial purposes such as a salon, you want a durable product. Ceramic has all the advantages of gentle energy and even heat distribution, but when the deal breaker is durability, it just might not cut it. A ceramic plate needs proper care and doesn’t take kindly to being dropped. A titanium iron, on the other hand, doesn’t suffer from cracks. The metal is light and very strong.[/vc_cta]
  • [vc_cta h2=”Ease of Use” h4=”Easy Peasy!!” txt_align=”center” shape=”square” style=”custom” add_icon=”top” i_icon_fontawesome=”fa fa-thumbs-o-up” i_color=”white” css=”.vc_custom_1506017385022{border-radius: 15px !important;}” custom_background=”rgba(97,39,158,0.46)” custom_text=”#ffffff”]A titanium iron will be easier to handle since it is lightweight. You also do not have to worry about dropping it and breaking the plate as you would with a ceramic iron. Though it takes many drops to crack pure ceramic, you wouldn’t want to risk it. So if you know, you’re a bit clumsy, be more cautious or opt for titanium. On the other hand, ceramic is just easier for some people to use because you don’t run the risk of burning your hair or scalp. This is especially useful for beginners who do not know how to maneuver the iron around their heads. So if you’re nervous using your new flat iron, opt for ceramic.[/vc_cta]

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