This is a great hair straightener. It lets you straighten your hair straighten but curl flip the ends or even curl your hair. I definitely recommend getting a heat pouch so you can put it away in for example a suitcase right after using it but this is an excellent product. I've had it for a while now and friends have had theirs for longer so it lasts too.works in different countries with other voltage e.g. I took it to australia and the beep to let you know that it's hot is awesome.
seconds and it smoothes my hair with ease I would recommend this flat iron to anyone
This is my second iron with the first one lasting more than 5 years. I specially chose this brand because of the plug circuit breaker since the model I had before this one burned my bangs. I've never had a problem with this model and absolutely feel the price is equivalent to it's quality. Also if you take care of your iron your iron will not disappoint you.
Heats up quickly and works great at straightening my hair.
love it highly recommended and will buy again if need be. I've tried other flat irons and this one seems to work best for my wavy frizzy hair.
Aside from ionic and infrared technologies the Bio Ionic Onepass Straightening Iron has something that is entirely new to me: silicon covered plates. They get the hair more in order when you’re straightening, save you a lot of time and reduce the amount of heat that you need. This one is great for African American hair, but I already selected the xtava Pro Satin for that because it’s more affordable.
I would recommend this product to any lady that regularly straightens her hair. Product gets hot quick and turns off after about 30 minutes of no use. Simply the best straightener I've ever had.
love this hair iron. Best iron I've owned aside from chi.
my last two flat irons were sultra. I decided to try a different brand since the last sultra didn't last nearly as long as the first. So far so good with this ghd. Seems to be on par with sultra or maybe slightly better especially how fast it heats up . I bought from a seller with 100 rating fulfilled by amazon. And was able to register the flat iron on ghd's site without any problems.
Amazing I love ghd what is there to say if u have really fizzy hair like mine this is the product for you
Another excellent budget hot air styler is the Remington Style and Curl Air Styler and with 9 customer reviews giving 4.7 out of 5 stars I would recommend this product. This is a great on the go styler because it is lightweight so easy to pack away. It has two attachments so is suitable for medium length and shorter hair (25mm brush and 19mm brush) and has two heat and speed settings so you can set your curls and fast dry hair prior to styling. The Remington Style and Curl is good for flicks, curls and adding volume, giving a glossy, lustrous finish. Reviewers like the fact that it can be used on damp as well as dry hair and all say that it works a dream.
the best straightener .. She wouldn't go without it.....its a must have in this house and friends have agreed and bought
This is a great flat iron. It self adjusts the temperature to fit the needs of your hair.
This Amazon bestseller has just about everything you’ll need in a hair straightener. The 1-inch plates are high quality ceramic and tourmaline plates for silky smooth results. These plates feature 8 HeatBalance microsensors that ensure temperature remains consistent and evenly distributed throughout. Plus, these are floating plates with curved edges so you don’t have to worry about snagging your hair while you style because the plates adjust the angle as you do your ‘do.
It’s always good hair day with this
worth every penny
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