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Flat Iron Products?

Posted by lexie1397 (lexie1397@yahoo.com) on
Mon, Jul 30, 07 at 0:45

Hi all!

I'm looking for feedback from those of you with experience using flat/straightening irons. I just got a new cut and want to iron my new layers flat and sleek. My stylist suggested a silicone product but both her product and the one I picked up feel heavy and if I get any near the top of my head they make my hair look greasy. I have naturally wavy hair that is about bust length. It's pretty fine, yet there's a whole lot of it!
What have you found that works for you??


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RE: Flat Iron Products?

I use the suave spray in the orange bottle. It works for me but I have super think curly hair.


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RE: Flat Iron Products?

I got a GHD hair straightener recently and that has been a lifesaver for me. It's cut my primping time in half;-) They sell this silicone-free polishing serum that works for me really well. You should try it out!

~Polly~

Here is a link that might be useful: GHD Hair Straightener


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RE: Flat Iron Products?

I use Moroccan Oil, its pretty good because it helps to not get damage from the heat and ur hair looks shiny and resilient, plus it helps to avoid split ends. i use it and it works great for me. :D


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RE: Flat Iron Products?

I use Pro Naturals Moroccan Oil Hair Treatment with Heat Protector, it helps strenghten the hair that's prone to breakage, smoothes the hair and form a protective mist on surface against heat damage. it works pretty good :)


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