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07-04-2004
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get GHD.......their plates are bigger so you can do the job quicker

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16-04-2004
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i need to buy a flat iron for my hair. where do i buy one?
i want the ones they use in the salon......the ones with the comb and steam.

anyone know?

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someone at your salon should be able to order you one of the good ones like a Chi or Solano

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http://www.beautydeals.net

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17-04-2004
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When I last had TR done, my stylist used a GHD

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i don't know about the one with the comb & steam.
i'd recommend GHD/hai stik/kodo/hair tools.

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17-04-2004
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i really want this hair straightener their selling in the hair salon i go to and the brand is really good and it work really well but it costs
$350

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17-04-2004
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chi (about $130) is a good brand as well as Wigo eurpoe($80)

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thank you everyone! i must buy one of these

what exactly do the negative ions do for your hair?
my hair is pretty damaged from chemical abuse
will the ceramic/negative ion flat iron damage the recovery
of my hair? i have gross frizz the flat iron workedmagic.... i need to flat iron regardless of how its damaging. funny my other stylist never flat ironed my hair

im addicted!

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Flat irons rock :punk:

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17-04-2004
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Hi guys, thanks for all your replies and help. I finally ended up finding a really awesome hair straightner by YESI. Never heard of the brand till I went w/ my friend down to the beauty supply store (which only licenced hair stylists can go), and tried it out. It is FABULOUS! No straightening products needed, and my hair is straighter than ever without the frizz! Even in really hot and humid conditions. YAY!!

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By the way.. the YESI hair straightener is a little pricey though... It retails for $330 but I got it wholesale for $170. Anyways...YAY! Again!

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I actually really don't like the Chi much, I've personally tried about 10 different straighteners for my stubborn curly hair, and my favorite is the Solano Saphire! http://www.folica.com/Solano_Sapphire_d1070.html

I also love to use Frederik Fekai's glossing cream, makes such a difference! http://www.sephora.com/browse/product.jhtml?id=P9955

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what's the difference between a ghd and a chi? I need a new straightner too...

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thanks everyone

esp. for that link, i just bought one....it rocks my world, no more frizz


wheeeee !

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