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Conair BC176 Infiniti Pro Styler (Straightener)

KurleeEdnaKurleeEdna Posts: 714Registered Users
So... this seems to work like the InStyler you see on TV, but it's only about $40. Also, the roller has a cover, which makes me think you're less likely to burn your fingers on it. Has anyone tried this? Might this possibly work on 3C-4A hair?
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Thank you so much for your input!
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  • KurleeEdnaKurleeEdna Posts: 714Registered Users
    Hello?
    Yoo-hooooo....!
    I guess no one has tried this?
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  • RacerWife7RacerWife7 Posts: 890Registered Users
    This is one Conair tool I never tried. I've had similar things. But, not one of the crazy gadgets that I've seen on TV ever work for me. So, eventually, I gave up buying them (now that I have a closet FULL of stuff I don't use). LOL!

    This particular item scares me anyway - as does the InStyler. Anything that spins independently with my hair around it scares the bejeezus outta me. :lol:
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  • purdygirlpurdygirl Posts: 1Registered Users
    This was my christmas gift and I have unruly hair.It works wonderful.I have no problem with this product.:toothy8: