In the past, wanting runway-ready hair meant a choice between hours-long trips to the local salon, or attempting archaic methods of doing it yourself; these methods often included brutal methods like using fire-heated irons to flatten follicles or standing in a wind-tunnel to add body. Ditch the antiquated methods and get the salon-look at home when you save up to 52% on Bio Ionic Professional Hair Equipment.
Other than resorting to intimidation tactics and copious amounts of conditioner, there are very few ways to tame your mane without turning it the consistency of straw. Almost every shampoo commercial on the television these days talks about the damage that heat-styling does to your hair, and Bio Ionic have created the perfect solution. Both the Pro Iron Straightener and Bio Dryer provide an effective way to style, straighten and dry hair without damaging its health.
- Pay R399 for a Bio Ionic Pro Iron Hair Straightener, valued at R799
- Pay R769 for a Bio Ionic Bio Dryer , valued at R1299
- Pay R999 for both, valued at R2098
What you need to know:
Pro Iron Hair Straightener:
- Cushion ceramic plates plump and condition the hair instead of flattening it
- Prevents heat damage and locks out humidity
- Infuses the follicle with moisture and seals the cuticle
- Reduces breakage and tearing
- Light-weight with strong features
- Ideal straightener for hair with a soft curl
Bio Ionic Bio Dryer
- Generates and releases ionised air to dry hair while maintaining moisture
- Reduces drying time by up to 50%
- Ultra lightweight and extremely quiet
- Leaves hair soft and shiny and smoothens the hair cuticle
- Controls frizz and fly-aways
- Restores natural shine and improves hair texture
- Features dual removable filters, variable heat-settings and ionic styling nozzle
When your mane is so wild you fear being confused with lions at the zoo, but you’re not ready to sacrifice the vim and vigour of a style full of sleek and shiny bounce, the Bio Ionic range is the answer. Keeping your hair healthy without sacrificing effectiveness, both tools are assets to any hair-styling armoury.Hair fact: In Madagascar, women use pieces of steel to curl their hair. They heat the pieces of steel on an open fire and then wrap their long locks around it, setting in a perfect curl.