I was always ticked off that I couldn't straighten my hair with a brush and hair dryer. I just was never any good at it. I always thought that it would take SOOO much time off of my hair styling routine if I could get it straight while drying instead of drying then having to straighten.
When I went to buy a new straightening iron I came across this one. (Affiliate Link)
My thoughts on the matter were - 1) if it works that would be AWESOME but 2) if it doesn't work then I at least will have a straightener that will work.
So - here are some before and after pics . . . excuse the lack of make-up, I was just keepin' it real.
I'll give you the rundown of my opinions about this straightener . . .
1) It does what it says it will do - which surprised me, pleasently
2) It gets HOT. Really, really hot and you have to be careful with the steam that comes out of it when you are using it . . . could be dangerous for sure!
3) It saves time and gives the look that I was looking for - so I think it's a great choice for me.
4) It's not super expensive. I paid less than $30 for it and was happy about that. I didn't want a really cheap, little straightener because that would just frustrate me. I wanted something that would work but I didn't want a salon one that would run me $80 - $100. I was good with the price.
There you have it.
I would totally recommend it if you are looking for something to save some time and get your hair straight. . . . really straight. :)
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