Babyliss Nano Titanium Review

Published: 20th January 2012
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If flat ironing your hair has always been a struggle for you, the Babyliss Nano Titanium may be the answer you have been looking for. The Babyliss Pro Nano Titanium straightening iron performs up to 40% faster when compared with the majority of professional flat irons and heats up to 450 degrees, providing quick and perfect results.

This flat iron works on all hair types and is exceptional for coarse, frizzy, curly/wavy, and thick hair. The extra-long 5" plates allow for wider sections to be straightened, boosting speed and effectiveness while eliminating hand fatigue and increasing styling flexibility.


A built-in ionic generator produces ions which help to prevent frizz, eliminates damage to the hair's cuticle and also helps to keep moisture within the deepest parts of your hair. Extra small nano titanium particles are included in the ceramic straightening irons plates and work a special heat conductor while it helps keep the hottest temperatures without any damaging hot spots. This helps to ensure that the iron's heat is at the maximum to supply extreme benefits for shiny, sleek, soft hair.

•Ultra-smooth titanium plates conduct ultra-high heat and resist corrosion
•Ceramic heater instant heat & recovery
•5" extended plate for faster straightening
•50 heat settings - up to 450°F
•Slim design and ultra-lightweight for maximum comfort
•Ryton® housing resists ultra-high heat
•4 year warranty


With a maximum temperature of 450 degrees the Babyliss Nano Titanium will leave even the curliest of hair soft and smooth. It features 50 heat settings which makes it a great flat iron for nearly anyone.

It is recommended that you start at a lower heat setting at first to see how hot you truly need the temperature to get the results you desire. It is also advisable to use a thermal styling product on your hair before you straighten it. There are numerous products on the market but, some of the most popular are Redken Smooth Down Heat Glide, Aquage Beyond Shine Spray and Paul Mitchell Hot Off The Press, just to name a few.


The 1 ˝" Babyliss Pro Nano Titanium hair straightener features 5" extended plates for faster straightening. Ultra smooth titanium plates conduct ultra-high heat and resist corrosion while the ceramic heater offers instant heat and recovery.

Its 1 ˝" plates allow you to straighten larger sections of your hair which makes the process quicker especially if you have long thick hair.

Hair Types:

While this straightener is excellent for any hair type many have been talking about how great it is for thick, curly, frizzy hair as well as African-American hair. A user mentioned that she wears her hair natural with no perm/relaxer and it not only keeps it straight but, leaves it soft too.

Since the flat iron has 50 heat settings, it is versatile for every hair type. If you are wanting a straighter that everyone in your home can use, this would be a great choice.


If you are looking for a hair straightener that is versatile for all hair types this would be the one to add to your styling tools. It heats up quickly because of its ceramic heater and is quick to straighten with the extended plates. It also works well on Black/African-American hair.

It glides through your hair without pulling and makes it smooth and straight like you just came from the salon. If you want to style your hair a little different, this will also allow you to curl your hair under as well.


With a 4.8 out of 5 stars there aren't many cons to report however, there are a few that are minor. Since the plates are wider it is a little more difficult to curl medium length hair. The good news is that the babyliss nano titanium is also available in 1" plates.

Another user commented that the handles get really hot so you need to be careful on where you hold it. If this is a concern for you can use a pair of heat protectant gloves.

See how it holds up against similar models here: BaByliss Nano Titanium Review
Compare models and find the best discounts here: Ceramic Hair Straightener.

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