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#11 loveangel0610

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    Posted 20 August 2008 - 01:09 PM

    I have a HAI flat iron and I love it. I've been using it for the past 3 years and it just keeps on getting better.

    hai flat iron on Folica.com, the Web's Most Popular Beauty Store

    #12 Amy&Andy

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      Posted 20 August 2008 - 01:12 PM

      I have a CHI, but I almost bought a GHD (Good hair day) which was totally amazing, but even more expensive than a CHI. They run around 200.00 from Sephora or a high end salon.

      #13 *Heather*


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        Posted 20 August 2008 - 01:15 PM

        Damn, CHI's are less than $200? I think that's what I paid...crap.

        Just a warning also - my CHI did NOT work in Europe, even with the proper outlet tool thing. My friend brought hers, I think it might have been a GHD (she's from Australia and got it there) and hers worked fine. So if you do a lot of travelling you might want to look into the GHD one instead. My CHI worked fine in Cabo though.

        #14 lenka14

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          Posted 20 August 2008 - 01:26 PM

          Definitely CHI. I used to work at a hair salon, and tried every possible frat iron. CHI is by far the best!!! I can't go a day w/o it. Best $$ you'll ever spend!

          Btw...my CHI worked in Europe w/just a regular converter (didn't work with the proper kind). It got a little hotter than normal there though.

          #15 *Heather*


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            Posted 20 August 2008 - 01:28 PM

            Hmmm, interesting. I'll have to try a regular converter next time (as if I go to Europe all the time or something)

            #16 Alyssa

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              Posted 20 August 2008 - 03:23 PM

              Thanks so much -this is great info - you guys are the best :)

              #17 angela1184

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                Posted 20 August 2008 - 03:28 PM

                Hands down ceramic FOR SURE....its so much better for your hair, heats up in 1/2 the time and adds a shine you wouldnt get from a regular one.

                i use one by Rusk and its FABULOUS
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                #18 Hartyt509

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                  Posted 20 August 2008 - 03:32 PM

                  My cousin uses a proper steam iron on with a tea towel over her hair first lol i swear i'm not joking lol I only know GHD

                  #19 Martha

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                    Posted 20 August 2008 - 03:42 PM

                    I am so glad this came up! I was going to post this the other day but forgot. I have a Chi that I love.

                    BUT...The other day I used my mom's Conair Infiniti and I LOVED it. I have super thin hair and it really grabs it and straightens it. My mom has thick hair and loves it too. I am thinking about buying one and using it instead of my Chi. The infiniti has different widths, my mom has the 1/2 inch.

                    #20 Davematthews16

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                      Posted 20 August 2008 - 03:42 PM

                      I worked in a salon for 4 years and would definetely tell you to go with ceramic. Infrashine is a GREAT one, and I believe they come with a warranty, but am not 100% sure. I have had mine for 4 years, and love it! Here's the link ( I noticed they're out of stock, but I'm sure you can find somewhere else if this is the one you choose.) Google Image Result for http://www.folica.com/images/products/3379-A8594_s.gif

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