My hair is a little bit curvy, so i brougt this one to straighten it, I just tried this morning, great!! The ceramic is outside of heating iron and protect the skin, i hold my hair to let it go through the thick layer. And it also has 6 different temperatures to choose, great hair staightener!!
I'M IN LOVE WITH THIS HERE.. I HAVE THICK THICK HAIR AND WHEN I SAY I NEVER THOUGHT THIS WAS GOING TO WORK I MEAN I HAVE BOUGHT SEVERAL DIFFERENT BRANDS.. AND I HAVE SPENT SEVERAL THOUSANDS ON GETTING MY HAIR STRAIGHTENED.. I LOVE THIS AND I CAN DO IT MYSELF.. LOVE THIS. THIS IS A MUST HAVE
Very pleased with this product. It works great on my hair that is a mix of 4b and 4c with a couple patches of 3c and all over a mix of high, low, and normal porosity.I have never mastered the flat iron and traditional and electric hotcombs can still burn the scalp; you really can't burn your scalp with this unless you do something wrong like use this on wet hair. I love the ease and the results. I'm surprised that more type 4 hair ladies aren't on Youtube talking about it.
I never knew this kind of hair straightener existed I've had the flat iron type and the heated brush type. This is better.Pros> Heats up in less than a minute.> The hair goes between the teeth and is parted and heated evenly as you brush. It keeps your hair tangle free at all times. No crimps in your hair. Unlike the flat iron which creates weird bends in my hair unless I precede it with a comb.> The heat is deep between the teeth and the teeth themselves don't heat up. You can touch the teeth and not get burned. Unlike the bristles on brushes which always burn me.> Six heat settings which is great for people for fine through coarse hair.> Lasts just as long as from the salon and is quicker and pays for itself after one use.Cons> The back heats up a little, but usually you don't touch that part if you're using the handle.> Once I accidentally turned it off with the palm of my hand. It hasn't happened again, though.> I tried it on someone with short hair and you need at least 2 or 3 inches of hair for the comb to grab on to. The longer hair on the top of his head did get very straight. The shorter hair sort of slipped out of the comb so it never heated up enough to straighten out.
Works really well I use it in the morning when I'm getting ready for the day and reuse it at night if I'm going out again.