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Tell Us More About The Brand Itself…
Professional hairdresser and pioneer, Robert Powls, created Cloud Nine back in 2009. The vision was to challenge and go against the norms of the haircare industry with products that went above and beyond. Since the brand's launch, it’s become one of the most successful and iconic hair styling brands in the world, celebrating diversity and championing inclusivity through their hard-working tools that offer kinder styling and superior results for women worldwide.
Which Tools Are The Hero Products?
One of their most iconic – and most popular – has to be The Original Iron, which is the cult hair straightener that caused a real stir in the beauty industry, for good reason. With ground-breaking temperature control technology, it allows you to create your favourite styles with minimal damage to your hair. Its handy swivel cord also means you can create loose waves with serious ease and flexibility. We're huge fans of the way it glides through the hair without any snagging or pulling, and it always provides our strands with salon-worthy results. The silicone heat guard around the plates is an added bonus for us, too. Then there’s the latest development, The Micro Wand which works to create natural looking curls that go the distance. With a mineral-infused ceramic barrel, and three unique heat settings, you can expect glossy results without compromising hair’s strength, softness or shine. It’s also packaged in a luxe heat resistant bag, which we have found ideal for on-the-go and chucking in the bag for any getaways.
What Makes Cloud Nine Stand Out So Much?
Dubbed as “The Ferrari Of The Haircare World,” Cloud Nine’s ethos is simple: Beauty is whatever you want it to be, they simply use the technology and tools to help you enhance and achieve it. Their clever products are also proven to deliver shinier, healthier hair with reduced split-ends and breakage thanks to the in-built lower temperatures. But what really sets them apart from the crowd is their unique mineral-infused ceramic plates. Each tool undergoes a 72-hour ‘Infusion Process,’ where vitamins and natural minerals exclusive to South Korea are baked into the plates. This is to ensure every time you use their tools; you lock in moisture, seal the cuticle and minimise damage to your hair’s natural structure.
Who Are The Hair Tools Best Suited To?
Because of their constant determination to be inclusive for all hair types through their clever exclusive kinder styling technology and variable temperature technology, it’s a brand everyone can get involved in. Their clever mineral-infused ceramic floating plates also mean that all of their irons cushion the impact throughout each section of hair, which in turn, means minimal snagging as they glide through efficiently, so even if you have fine, flimsy hair, you can still play with their tools. The brand’s also a go-to for those with concerns around heat damage or anybody wanting added volume and shine.
What Do The Reviews Say?
Cloud Nine continues to garner impressive feedback, notably from Vogue, who’ve famously said “prepare to be the subject of serious hair envy.” Meanwhile, ELLE rave about The Curling Wand, saying “Finally, the search for the perfect curl is over.” While customer review site, Feefo, claim their strands are in much better condition: “Since using your straightener, the condition of my hair feels so much better.” The styling tools receive countless five-star reviews online, too, with 95% of women saying they would recommend Cloud Nine to their friends.
How Much Will A Cloud Nine Styling Tool Set Me Back?
With tools starting from £69, Cloud Nine is an investment, but a worthy one, as it will streamline your morning hair routine, give you a variety of different looks, and keep your strands in good condition thanks to the mineral-infused ceramic plates and gentle variable temperature control.
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