Solia Tourmaline Ceramic Ion Flat Iron (1-1/4")

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Solia Tourmaline Ceramic Ion Flat Iron (1-1/4")
Model No: ST114
Folica SKU: A8556
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Ive been using this routine before I got the Solia straightner. -At first you use shampoo and conditioner (I prefer Garnier Fructise Dry and damaged hair). Make sure you wash out the shampoo before you apply the conditioner. I apply the conditioner and then wash my body, etc. Then I rinse it out and divide my hair into two sections. - When my hair is still wet and divided into two sections, I apply (Pantene PROV hair mask against dry and damaged hair). I keep it in my hair for 25-30 minutes. I then rinse it out with cool/cold water. - After rinsing my hair, I use the towel to get all the water out of my hair very gently using downward motions. Then I apply (Brilliant Brunnette Shine Serum) on my hair and consentrate on the ends. I love that product because it doesnt only make your hair shiny and smooth but if you apply it when its wet it fixes the split ends. - Then you may either blow dry your hair or let your hair air dry. I prefer air drying because you dont damage your hair. But if you do blow dry...dont forget to use hair protectant spray. - When my hair is dry... I separate it into sections. I first divide my hair into two halves (left and right). Then I pick up the top part, and divide that into 2 or 3 sections. First I spray HEAT PROTECTANT spray (Got 2 be smooth and healthy. Its in an orange container) And soak each section with it. Then I straighten the bottom section first I move up to the top and straighten each small section Then I do the same thing with the other side. - After your hair has been straightened, I apply (Brilliant Brunnette Shine Serum) once again on my DRY hair. This makes them ultra shiny and gorgeous. Woila! And its done. My hair looks gorgeous and silky and straight. Oh and by the way I deep condition my hair ALMOST every time I wash them.
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