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khadence1091 asked:

08 Jul 2011

What's a good not so expensive curling iron?

I don't have one, and my friend just got one that i think is amazing. hers was so expensive though, and i just dont have that kind of money. I saw this one at Rite aid, Conair 1" Ceramic Curling Iron, Model CD101TCS, Is it good? Im so bad at making sure things are good before i buy them. Please help!



softball_4life says:

Posted on 08 Jul 2011

i have super curly hair so i dont need them but i have this problem with straighteners, so i go to T.J maxx, i saw about a month ago they had a chi curling iron for 16 dollars! you might not find one the first time u walk in so u gotta keep checking. Hope this helps! (:


askme says:

Posted on 11 Jul 2011

I recommend the Karmin Salon Pro Clipless Ceramic Tourmaline Curling Iron, it works amazing with any type of hair, I use it and my curls last a long time, plus it has ceramic which means that it doesn't damage the hair like others . Check it out at . Hope this helps.


maple_banana_cream says:

Posted on 10 Jul 2011

I use this one:
It's cheap but it works as long as you curl starting from the roots and working your way don't each section of hair (if you don't know what I mean, i can find a vid for you).
It's good b/c it ceramic so it's less damaging and it's not too heavy. Of course you can get a different size depending on your hair length and the type of curl you want. hope this helps :)

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