My Most Used Hair Tool – Le Reve Flat Iron

CortneyJuly 13, 2020

One of my most frequently asked questions is “What hair tool I reach for the most?“. The answer is easy – my most used hair tool is definitely my Le Reve flat iron! Whether I want to rock sleek, straight locks or amp up the volume with some smooth curls this easy tool does both! Talk about a money saver, only one simple tool for your dream hair! Here’s how.


1. Le Reve Titanium Straightener

2. Rival Heat Shield

3. Manage Marula Oil 

4. Trois Chic Hairspray 

5. Deja Vu Dry Shampoo

As I mentioned, this simple tool really does it all. I can create a sleek, smooth blowout with my Le Reve or I can use a simple flick of the wrist to make some fun curls. I love that it only takes one tool to do it all. If I’m traveling, I don’t have to pack a ton of stuff and I don’t have to spend a fortune for my dream hair. I have a few different video tutorials on different ways I use it, check them out here:

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Fun Buns and Easy Waves Tutorial 

Quick Curls with the Le Reve

How to Do an At Home Keratin Treatment

How I Freshen Up with the Le Reve 

Which tutorial will you try first?! Be sure to pair your Le Reve with some of my favorite products. First, I always start with the Rival Heat Shield. This will help fight damage and breakage. I also love to finish any style – curly or straight, with the Manage Marula Oil. This helps create an unbeatable shine and gloss, for gorgeous hair. To make sure my style lasts all day, I always reach for my Trois Chic Hairspray, you just cannot beat the flexible hold! Being a busy mom on the go, I try to get my hair to last for days and that’s why the Deja Vu Dry Shampoo is my BFF.

You can see more hair posts and tutorials here! I hope this was helpful, my most used hair tool is seriously so versatile, I think every girl should have one in their bathroom. Let me know in the comments what your most used product or tool is or if you have any requests for new tutorials!

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