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From: Shari (126.96.36.199)
Subject: Recommendation for post-BKT flatiron?
Date: April 19, 2010 at 4:09 pm PST
My hair is very thick and I have much of it. Should I look for "nano titanium"? Vents? 5 second replacement heat? Anything ceramic that is ionizing? Tourmaline?
My last ceramic flat irons I bought several years ago. One is Unil (same as Chi) 1 inch, and the other a Hai 1 1/2" (red plates). I've liked both but neither seem to yield the shine they used to, especially the Unil (gold color) I'm sure technology has moved fast ahead!
I've always had trouble getting ends to do anything but hang flat. For adding curl or curve at ends, is it the moving or floating plates I should be seeking?
I love the idea and convenience of wet to dry, but I know and have re-read here that regardless of what marketers say, ironing wet is bad news.
Thanks for all advice~
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