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Ceramic Tools Professional Curling Iron

A professional curling iron with ceramic technology that makes hair silky and smooth, adds body and volume, reduce breakage and damaged hair, promotes luster an...
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  • Carol Flynn
    Flickering Lights
    I received my 5/8" ceramic tools curling iron. Are the red and green lights (on and off lights) supposed to flicker on and off? When the iron is sitting still, the lights stay mostly solid, but when I pick up the unit to use it, the lights start flickering back and forth between red and green. Then when I put the unit down, they sometimes continue to flicker before they go back to a solid green.

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    Jan 19, 2010
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  • Kathy
    If I Turn My Iron Past Heat Setting 17 It Gives My Hair A Burnt Smell. Is It Burning My Hair.
    my hair smells burnt everytime I set the heat setting past 17.

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    Jan 19, 2010
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  • The Best Way To Shop/choose A Curling Iron
    The first step to choosing a curling iron should always be how man watts it caries. The wattage determines the max ammount of heat that can be distributed. My friend had acurling iron that we both fell in love with but could not find the same model anywhere. So instead of trying to get the same one which was nearly impossible we shopped for a ceramic iron with the same watts that hers had because we knew if it as set to level 25 with the same watts it would produce the same results. In which our case the wattage has to be 135 watts.

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    Jan 11, 2010
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  • Using Your Ceramic Curling Iron
    The ceramic curling irons are very smooth and shorter hair, say about 6 inches long, can slip right out if you dont use something like a light hair spray on each curl before you use the iron. This way it has something to grab onto. I have been using this practice with older curling irons for years but the spray would build up on the barrel and I was always cleaning it off. Traditional curling irons would never stay hot enough and I had to use two of them alternatly and keep one under a wash cloth to keep it hot. This new ceramic curling iron is just the best and I have continued to use a little spray on each curl. It doesnt build up and today my hair has never looked better! The results are predictable — my hair is thicker —my curls are soft and I am able to comb it with my fingers and the curl stays and stays.

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    Jan 11, 2010
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    • Lynn
      Try A Marcel Handle
      Try a marcel handle. You won't have so much problem with silky fine hair slipping out of the iron and it will be easier to grip shorter pieces especially when they are mixed with longer layers. The handle gives you the option of sliding the curling iron through pieces of hair for more styling options as you can changes the pressure as you slide through the hair to vary the curl. it takes some practice but well worth it. Another bonus - you never end up with a spring handle that has lost its tension.
      I'd never go back to spring handled curling irons.

      Ps : alcohol or very fine steel wool will clean off the curling iron without scratching the ceramic.

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      Aug 8, 2011
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