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    Posted: August 08 2008 at 4:45pm
i have a few specs i need fulfilled. it has to make my hair pin straight because i have an emo-ish style. it has to b shiny. has to eliminate frizz and has to stay straight all day with the assistence of tresseme heat tamer. i was thinking about getting the fhi
that one. or about getting a chi but not the turbo maybe the skull and crossbones one. but theyre all the same so it doesnt really matter which i get. i have thick dense curly hair. ive heard the fhis are better because they get hotter and just work better all in all. i also heard that they are the only true ionic hair straightener. but ive also used one of my friends chis and it worked great.  help!!
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get the instyler is way better than any flat iron.
 
 
 
 
 
I'm wating for mine when I get it I'll post pics of my hair (3A), my moms (3B)and my step daughter (4A relaxed).  
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I recommend getting the KQC Turbo flat iron, Ive been using my for 6 month now and it works great. Check out, www.flatironexperts.com i buy all my hair supplies there. I think they have a special valentine discount going on right now.
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I recommend the FHI 1" Ceramic & Tourmaline Platform. It is good for curly and frizzy hair because it uses far-infrared heat (up to 450 degrees F) and three types of nano technology (Nano Ti + Nano Ti02 + Nano Ag) to straighten really coarse or textured hair. Nano Titanium enhances the ionic effect, allowing the hair to absorb more moisture for superior conditioning & shine. Nano Titanium Oxide helps remove chemical pollutants and toxins which build up in your hair from normal exposure to the elements. Nano Silver removes harmful or damaging bacteria from the hair.
I don't think it comes in patterns like skull and crossbones, but I think it comes in different colors.

It retails at $299 but I found them for around $90 on this site:
http://www.simplystraighthair.com/Straightening-Irons/fhi-flat-irons



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I have used several really good flat irons. The new technology in flat irons (and hair dryers ) is amazing. I think that the best is GHD but the cost can be prohibitive.
I'm using Narrow Duality by Bespoke Labs.
It works well on my hair, keeps it straight all day. It is not cheap but less expensive than the GHD.


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