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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1.Wash your hair in Aussie Sydney Smooth shampoo and conditioner. Take a wide tooth comb and comb your hair while the conditioner is still in to insure even coverage (it helps to brush your hair before you take a shower) wash out the conditioner with cold or luke-warm water. 2.Pat or Towel dry excess water out of your hair. 3.Comb through your hair with a wide toothed comb. 4.Spray TRESemm? thermal creations heat tamer protective spray or TRESemm? no-frizz shine spray all over your hair. Then take a blow dryer and blow dry with your fingers. Stop when hair is damp but not soaking wet. 5.Apply a dime size of SunSilk Straighten-up 24/7 crème or Matrix Sleek.look Smoothing System Styling crème all through out the hair (try avoiding your roots. They produce natural oils.) or the tips for extra moisture. 6.Air dry if you’ve got extra time. 7.If you’re short on time then blow dry with a round brush or paddle brush on a low setting. Stop when hair is completely dry. 8.Straighten with a Solia Flat Iron using TRESemm? Thermal Creations heat tamer protective spray or TRESemm? no-frizz shine spray. Spray on each section of hair before you flat iron. If you want natural volume avoid the roots of your hair. 9.Finish with Aussie Sydney Smooth 12 hour anti-humidity hair spray. 10.Once a week apply a small amount (quarter-size) of ARM & HAMMER? Baking Soda into your palm along with your shampoo, it will remove product build-up and make your hair shiny. I recommend doing this on Sundays. 11.Twice a moth use V05 Hot Oil Hair Treatment, not necessary, but will help keep your hair moisturized. Recommended styling products 1. Aussie Sydney Smooth Shampoo 2. Aussie Sydney Smooth Conditioner 3. TRESemm? thermal creations heat tamer protective spray 4. Aussie Sydney Smooth 12 hour Anti-humidity Hairspray 5. VO5 Hot Oil Hair Treatment

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