Hello ... just needed a quick recommendation on usable, average, non-expensive straighteners, and non damaging. Don't want any expensive/best on the market. What is the price range for straighteners?
I have never used straighteners in my life as my hair is naturally straight (I mean it, you know Chinese girls with long straight black shiny hair..yeh.), but since having a haircut which I deeply regret (T_T almost waist length long hair), it is majorly short, and some bits seem to flare out which isn't what I am trying to achieve.
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Straighteners advice. Watch
- Thread Starter
- 23-01-2010 17:40
- 23-01-2010 17:54
I highly recommend these, i have been using them for 3 yrs now and they still work well. they are as good as ghd but a 3rd of the price! i have super frizzy hair and can get it poker straight with these!
- 24-01-2010 12:29
I bought these over a year ago when my GHDs broke... they are amazing! Perfect for curling and straighten really well (I have lots of fine, wavy hair); they get up to the same temperature as most expensive straighteners. Seriously, I definitely recommend you get these