Thursday, October 15, 2015

The "curse" of curly hair...and the best flat iron to make it straight!!



Yes, I was cursed. The curse of naturally curly hair. And can be frizzy too. It has been a struggle for me my whole life. I know some people love my curls, and I get the same comment a million times over..."I would kill for your curls"...and I do wear it curly sometimes...but most of the time I prefer it straight. I just think it looks and feels so much better being straight. So, of course over the years, I have tried many hair straighteners and flat irons. I guess I am sort of a self-proclaimed pro when it comes to these things. So, I was excited to try this ISA Professional Digital LCD Ceramic Flat Iron. And I'm very glad I did...it's great! It heats up quickly, and you can chose the temperature you want. I am been using it for a few weeks now and it works so well to straighten my crazy curls! After showering, I usually blow dry my hair, and then follow up with this straightener. It works quickly and doesn't seem too damaging on my hair. I totally love it! I can go from wet and curly, to dry and straight in just minutes! I give this product 5 stars because it truly has been a great addition to my morning routine! Check out my pics...shows my curly vs. straight, using this flat iron! :)

 
 

 
 
Product Link; http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00CRKHGUS?ref_=cm_cr-mr-title

Disclaimer; I received this product for free or at a drastically reduced rate, in exchange for my honest and unbiased review.

2 comments:

  1. Love your hair and hair styler review!! Have ever tried Mizani hair products...its not only for African American hair but for all women's hair types including curls and waves of various degrees!

    Ursula

    www.blueridgebeautyblogger.com

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  2. We're very happy to hear you love our straightener, your hair looks so lovely!

    ISA Professional

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