Any Recommendations On Crimping Irons?

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  • 1 Post By slimssocoily

2 months ago, i got scissor happy and chipped chopped my hair fml. my first twist out i did 2 weeks ago came out okay, but my 2nd twist this morning didn't come out right; i can't believe i'm missing school because of my hair. because my hair is uneven in some areas, i'm going to wait for more length, shape it and do twist outs. For now, i want to use a little heat to crimp my hair.

any recommendations on some affordable, good quality crimping irons?
2 months ago, i got scissor happy and chipped chopped my hair fml. my first twist out i did 2 weeks ago came out okay, but my 2nd twist this morning didn't come out right; i can't believe i'm missing school because of my hair. because my hair is uneven in some areas, i'm going to wait for more length, shape it and do twist outs. For now, i want to use a little heat to crimp my hair.

any recommendations on some affordable, good quality crimping irons?
Originally Posted by curlsandkinks


It is okay to have uneven hair and believe it or not I measured mine and it is the same length around...just wear twists to school or flat twists or braids..That is all you can do is wait...O sorry cannot help you with the heat for crimp hair as I don't use heat but best of luck to you
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