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T3 Wet to Dry Flat Iron

VSkyeVSkye Posts: 1Registered Users
Has anyone tried this flat iron? How were the results? Thanks!

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  • 4nnie4nnie Posts: 19Registered Users
    I bought a $20 wet2dry iron--I think it was Remington, but I'm sure it's pretty much the same concept iron. I did it like twice--and as I used it on my wet hair, it was steaming and make a hissing sound--like a clothes iron--and it scared me that my hair may have been burning--I couldn't tell if it was supposed to do that or not! Anyway, the results were not fantastic--I had to keep going over my hair multiple times before it was actually dry and straight, and the iron overall left much worse results than my conair regular iron. I would not recommend these kind--they sound like they are damaging your hair and they have less than satisfactory results. Also... ever since I did used it those few times I feel like my hair has been harder to untangle in the shower--I can't help but feel like the iron permanently dried out my hair a little bit.
    Hope this helps. Good luck!
    3A/2B depending on the day/products/routine
    Plopping changed my life
    Password to www: tuna
  • JuicyTubeJuicyTube Posts: 2,369Registered Users
    I used a "wet2straight" flat iron once and it worked. I just prefer ceramic.
    3b-3c CG
  • nappymdnappymd Posts: 127Registered Users
    My stylists uses a wet to dry iron by krembs. He said it is ceramic.
    4b is me

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