Feedback needed... My new patent pending device to straighten hair without heat

I am a naturally curly girl and I just recently started wearing my hair out (usually I am have a full weave). I love my curls, but sometimes I just want straight hair but noticed a big difference in my ends after constantly applying heat. The last couple of years I worked to design a product which would allow me to straighten my locks without applying heat. I need your input before I launch my video because I really need help backing the project to get my first shipment in. Please give me your thoughts and feedback on the video:http://youtu.be/snhg2vJvDfo

4 Answers

I am going to give you an honest opinion because I really hope you are successful with your product. The plates seemed to work well but from a viewer's perspective, the part of  your hair that you put in the plates already looked straightened. If you showed your natural, curly texture and then showed adding product, combing, and/or stretching the hair then I would find the results more realistic. I really liked your product and with that small change I think more consumers would believe it works. Good luck!
Thank you so much for responding...I really appreciate your feedback. You response is exactly what another blogger wrote. I think I am going to get one of my friends with a different texture of hair to sample to product. I brushed my hair and pulled it so that it could lay smooth on the plate and took the pic (so it looked stretched out)...but what you cannot see is that my hair at the end of the plates curled back up within minutes until I went ahead and applied the second plate. The plates work on all textures of hair and I would hate for people to be skeptical because my curl pattern isn't super tight. I actually thought about doing the demo on my cute little niece's hair, but she was not very cooperative....LOL. I will take your advice and focus on a better demo. You rock!!!
Thank you so much for responding...I really appreciate your feedback. You response is exactly what another blogger wrote. I think I am going to get one of my friends with a different texture of hair to sample to product. I brushed my hair and pulled it so that it could lay smooth on the plate and took the pic (so it looked stretched out)...but what you cannot see is that my hair at the end of the plates curled back up within minutes until I went ahead and applied the second plate. The plates work on all textures of hair and I would hate for people to be skeptical because my curl pattern isn't super tight. I actually thought about doing the demo on my cute little niece's hair, but she was not very cooperative....LOL. I will take your advice and focus on a better demo. You rock!!!
Thank you so much for responding...I really appreciate your feedback. You response is exactly what another blogger wrote. I think I am going to get one of my friends with a different texture of hair to sample to product. I brushed my hair and pulled it so that it could lay smooth on the plate and took the pic (so it looked stretched out)...but what you cannot see is that my hair at the end of the plates curled back up within minutes until I went ahead and applied the second plate. The plates work on all textures of hair and I would hate for people to be skeptical because my curl pattern isn't super tight. I actually thought about doing the demo on my cute little niece's hair, but she was not very cooperative....LOL. I will take your advice and focus on a better demo. You rock!!!