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Hilary-Rose Angelo




04 Feb 1990

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hilaryrose asked:

21 Dec 2008

New Flat Iron!!

So. I finally got my hair cut today, and I'm going to need a new flat iron, and I was wondering what a good one would be for my hair.

My hair grows straight, I really just use the flat iron to make it a little neater. My hair isn't thin or thick... it's just average ahhaha. I'm looking for something that won't make my hair piece-y or frizzy (which has happened, even though i have normally straight hair) and doesnt cost much more than $40 or $50

p.s. - my hair is straightened in that picture, it doesn't grow THAT straight.




jess_smiles_often says:

Posted on 21 Dec 2008

Get the remington wet to straight one from Walmart. It's only 30 bucks and it is just as good as the CHI seriously. It's got digital heating where you can choose from level 15 to 30 and 15 would probably be the perfect heat for your hair. :]

Unique steam vents and channels allow this flat iron to be used on wet or dry hair, unlike conventional straightners. The channels extract moisture form damp hair and allow steam to escape through the vents, drying hair and sealing the cuticle at the same time.


covergyrl says:

Posted on 22 Dec 2008

omg i dnt kno da name of it but its a steam iron so it works like a chi iron but with out the extreme heat.

Go to sallys, ask them what type of iron would be perfect by them being up close to u they would kno better den us cause we cant feel the texture of yo hair so ask a professional at sallys and dat way if it dnt work da way u wanted it too bring it back and try another one


brenna_buttercup says:

Posted on 24 Dec 2008

I myself recommend using a Chi , but it is quite exspensive so if i were you i'd ask someone wherever you purchase it about it.


gorgeous_mommy says:

Posted on 04 Jan 2009

i agree ab the wet to dry flat iron...i bought one 2.5 or years ago and i just love it! but sallys has a off brand name that works like a chi, my cousin has one and loves hers, plus it comes in really cute colors! try their website.

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