They do consume energy. Like any appliance that is plugged in and consumes energy, it is best to minimize the use. Try letting your hair hair dry, it will be better for your hair, and your utility bill.
Hair straighteners cost energy to produce. Once produced they take a lot of packaging and shipping fuels to be sold. Once they are in your home they cost electricity to use, and often people leave them plugged in all the time. To reduce their cost to the environment, only heat the straightener the minimal time needed for it to work and immediately unplug the device when you are done using it.
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