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#51 sarafish81

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    Posted 11 June 2009 - 12:27 PM

    I was wondering if anyone could recommend a good quality flat iron that won't destroy my hair. I currently have one that I believe is a ceramic straightener, however, my hair never seems to get as silky smooth as when my hairdresser does it (and I bought it for cheap at Winners). I keep seeing "chi" ones everywhere. Any thoughts?

    #52 foxytv

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      Posted 11 June 2009 - 12:30 PM

      CHI or BabyLiss. I love CHI but currently have a BabyLiss that I got a few years ago on eBay that works great as well. Both of those brands are recommended by my hair stylist.

      #53 JOSIE

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        Posted 11 June 2009 - 12:36 PM

        I have a CHI and I could not live without it!!!!!!!! It's amazing, and I've had it for 4 years, and it still works like it's brand new!!!
        CHI Ceramic Flat Iron (Original 1" CHI), GF1001, Free Shipping
        11.28.2009

        #54 NaM

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          Posted 11 June 2009 - 12:36 PM

          Chi are by far the best in my opinion. My friend got a Fhi, a knock off Chi, when she lost hers and didn't want to pay the much again and says it works just as well though.
          I bet the product your put in your hair before you/your stylist straighten it helps out a lot too if you want that silky feel.

          #55 sarafish81

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            Posted 11 June 2009 - 12:39 PM

            Awesome - thanks for all the suggestions ladies!! Guess it's time to go shopping

            #56 Jess

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              Posted 11 June 2009 - 12:46 PM

              Chi for sure!!

              #57 *Heather*

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                Posted 11 June 2009 - 01:01 PM

                CHI 100%! I would die without my Chi. My hair is really difficult in humidity etc and the CHI is the only thing that's ever worked! Chi chi chi!

                #58 jetsbride

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                  Posted 11 June 2009 - 02:07 PM

                  I have a CHI, its amazing, I highly reccomend it!

                  #59 Donie Jordan

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                    Posted 11 June 2009 - 02:24 PM

                    I agree Chi is by far the best one I've used. I've been using Chi for 6 years now. I don't recommend getting it on ebay though - because they generally won't honor the one year warranty if you don't buy it in some type of salon.

                    #60 jk1101

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                      Posted 11 June 2009 - 03:07 PM

                      Quote:
                      Originally Posted by Mylee84
                      Hi girls! So here is my problem... I have thick, frizzy, curly in the back hair! I always wear it straight (as it dries that way when i blow dry it). Anyways I know when i get to Mexico it will be a complete mess on my wedding day. Do you all have a suggestion on any shampoo that helps in the humidity. Thanks so much!! =)
                      I have a post about the Keratin straightening I got in April. It was the best money I spent. I was not capable of blow drying my hair straight before, and now I can do it in 15 minutes and I barely need the straightening iron (which is a CHI ceramic btw).

                      If you're going to wear your hair curly, Ouidad is a great shampoo.




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