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Old 06-05-2006, 04:38 PM   #1
 
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Has anyone tried this one yet? I would love to find a product where I could get my hair straighted in one process.


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hmmm, this is an interesting concept if it actually worked. how do you put your hair in it? i've never heard of it before.....hopefully, some others will chime in.
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Old 07-05-2006, 04:42 PM   #4
 
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I am hoping someone will have tried it. I cannot quite figure it ou from the website.
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Old 07-23-2006, 02:56 PM   #5
 
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Hi, I ordered this from amazon after seeing the infomercial. First time I've EVER bought anything from one of those things. I must say, it really works. It usually takes me an hour to straighten my shoulder length hair, and the first time I used it yesterday, it took me 20 minutes. Not bad.

I started with towel dried hair and sectioned it like I usually do with my flat iron. I used a little silk therapy and that's it. It's not near as poofy as it gets with the flat iron.

Overall, I'm impressed, but we'll see after several uses if it holds out.
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I bought this today from Linens'N'Things. I was surprised they had it because I had emailed Conair and they told me it wasn't available in stores! I also bought a Maxiglide, which I used today (and LOVE!). I'm going to try out the Conair when I wash my hair next, probably in 2 days. I'll make sure to post a review here.
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can you use it on WET hair!!!??
i would love a good straightener you can use on wet hair, because then my hair is less curly and would be so much easier to straighten.
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can you use it on WET hair!!!??
i would love a good straightener you can use on wet hair, because then my hair is less curly and would be so much easier to straighten.
I'm not sure if it could be. I've heard something about the heat from a flatiron heating the water in your hair until it boils, which probably leads to servere breakage. Wish I could find the page, but I would stay way from flat-irons that claimed they could be used on wet hair. (Oh I just remembered it's called bubble hair: http://forum.blackhairmedia.com/foru...?TID=7903&PN=1)

Tell me how maxi vs infiniti goes. I was thinking of getting the maxiglide, but if anything is better I'd love to save some money.
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