Sedu is becoming more and more popular, especially in the world of the rich and famous. First introduced by Jennifer Aniston and her ever-so-chic hair, Sedu is making waves through the world of fashion and hair. The Sedu iron is, granted, a bit pricier than other hair straighteners, but it has the potential to do things other hair irons cannot. Sedu can do just about anything with your hair; the trick is knowing how to do it.
Obviously Sedu irons straighten your hair. Besides straightening, however, Sedus give a new silky sheen and shine to your hair that other straighteners don't always provide. When straightening your hair, start at the roots and move outward. Pull the iron more away from your head rather than simply down, so as to provide your hair with more volume and also as you guide the straightener down your piece of hair, follow it with a fine toothed comb to make sure it comes out smooth like you want it.
If you want a soft curl look, you can use Sedu like a curling iron. Take a small piece of hair and clamp it near the tips. Then you simply move up the rest of your hair, wrapping it around the barrel. Hold it for a few seconds, let go, and there you have a sexy, soft curl! If you want to move past the soft curl and go for obvious curly, clamp your hair near the top of your head close to your roots and as you move down the strand of hair, twist the Sedu around and around so the hair curls and when you get to the bottom and let go, you'll have the perfect ringlet and curl!
Another popular look with the Sedu iron is the flipped-out look. Instead of using the Sedu over the whole strand of hair like you do in other styles, you only use the last two to three inches of hair from the tips. Clamp it around that part of the strand of hair and twist it, slowly flipping the iron out or to flip it in, simply flip the iron the other way.
Sedu is a fast growing hair movement that is just about to take the mainstream hair world by storm. So far, only the rich and/or famous can afford the expensive iron and then know how to effectively use it, but in time, Sedu could very possibly redefine the way we do our hair and the way we present ourselves to the world.