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01 Nov 1993


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alildifferent asked:

27 Jun 2009

i have frizzy naturally curly and rather nightmare-ish hair. what would be a good falt iron for me?

so i used to have a nice flat iron but it broke and now my hair is a nightmare on wheels. my hair never goes perfectly straight and always like to curl. all my friends flat irons suck and i cant afford the saame one i used to have. whats a good one thats affordable and will get my hair undercontrol..

and i doubt you want to see this beast...i look like cousin its younger sister.



ctl888 says:

Posted on 27 Jun 2009

Well, I would start with a defrizzing/ straightening shampoo and conditioner. It does help. My hair is kinda body waving and not straight at all. I would perferr it to be straight ( I have had it permenentaly straighten.. and it was a dream! I could just shower and leave the house.) Maybe you should ask for that for your bday!?!

I have used my Chi Turbo for about 4 years now. It broke on me once too but they replaced it for free after I have had it for 2 years... so maybe check your warranty on yours that just broke. Maybe they will replace yours?!?


amaay says:

Posted on 27 Jun 2009

ghd's work wonders, but can be very pricey. :]

i'd say babyliss or nicky clarke. :]



barbipixi says:

Posted on 27 Jun 2009

i like using this stuff with my flat iron : P

and anything that's moderatly priced should work basicly the same

and ceramic heating pads are usually better than metal ones

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