I bought this straightener September 16th 2014. I did a lot of research and it looked like this was a great product. It was really expensive at $198 but I decided I wanted to spend some money for good quality. I think it did a fantastic job on my hair. It definitely took me less time to straighten it than I am used to. I don't straighten my hair everyday because I don't want the heat damage. I would like my usage light to moderate. The straightener has a fail-safe shutoff if you leave it on. I have really liked that feature because you don't want to worry about it being left on after you leave the house. I went to use my straightener a few weeks ago and it wouldn't turn on. I checked the electrical box to see if it tripped a fuse/switch. I turned it off and on a few times and I hit test/reset on the unit several times. The straightener was completely dead. After contacting Amazon they allowed me to return the item, but charged a $29.70 re-stocking fee. Now I am out the straightener and the money for the restocking fee. It was a great product while it worked. I have bought $20 straighteners from Walmart that have lasted for YEARS with heavy use. This was really disappointing. Buyer Beware: Works great while it works...
Sadly, the plates in the LumaBella Keratin Duel Touch Hair Straightener won’t begin to magically levitate on your bathroom sink! BUT they do float in the frame! They are specially engineered to deliver a consistent heat with a smooth glide, and their design enables a flexible grip on the straightener, giving you great results no matter how you hold it. Even better, it won’t tug or pull like so many others on the market. The result is pain-free styling in a fraction of the time!
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Do diva straighteners turn themselves off?
Thanks to the tourmaline ceramic plates, this iron “glides through my hair, never grabbing or pulling it,” writes one reviewer. Others point out that this tourmaline ceramic plate “works way better on fine hair than other types,” not burning thin strands even at high temperatures. Or, as one reviewer writes, “It’s well made, it doesn’t snag my fine hair and because of the heat control settings, doesn’t burn it either. Yay for not having breakage!”
Titanium straighteners are the most popular choice in both salons and professional hairstylist kits, but that doesn't necessarily mean they’re the best for your own hair type (ahem, read the whole titanium vs. ceramic debate above). Regardless of the flat iron you choose, keep the heat low (the lowest and safest temperature possible to still straighten your hair) and use a good heat-protectant spray beforehand.
I can't believe Amazon would allow one of their trusted sellers to sell fakes. I received mine today and it took about 5 seconds to realize that it was fake. I could not register it on the ghd website, and I came across the information below to help identify fakes. This straightener did not have a reset button on the plug, and had many more of the 'give-aways' that it was a fake! DO NOT BUY FROM THIS SELLER.
It’s been life changing for folks with thin strands too, like one who says, “I hate my hair. Hate it. I have PCOS so it’s thin (as in, you can clearly see at the top of my head), it’s flat, and it doesn’t hold a curl. It’s a constant source of anxiety for me. Who doesn’t want thick luxurious hair?” She continues, “This is such a game changer for me. Yes it was expensive … but for now I am thankful because for once I feel a little more confident about my hair.”
If you lived through this particular time in our world history, then you probably remember the super straight hairstyles that we all sported a time or two (bonus points if you took a photo of yourself like this in your bathroom mirror using a digital camera!). For reasons we may never know for certain, sharp and straight hair was the hairstyle of choice back in the early 2000’s giving the good old hair straightener somewhat of a bad reputation.