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Amika Sultry Lace 1.25" Ceramic Styler

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The Amika Sultry Lace Ceramic Styler is currently available exclusively by Folica, and features 100% ceramic plates (unlike other styling tools that claim to fe...
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  • Amika Sultry Lace 1.25" Ceramic Styler
    Rina O.
    Nm
    Light On The Amika
    I have had the amika straightener for 2 weeks now, it seems to be hot enough. I noticed that the light goes from red to green, back to red again as I am using it. Is this normal?
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    Jan 31, 2011
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    • Tay
      Re: Light On The Amika
      Yes this is totally normal. i also have an Amika and mine does that to. when it goes from red to green it means the heat has dropped and is no longer at the temperature that u set it at. This is not a bad thing. The heat should recover with in 10 seconds on an amika. Hope that helps!

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      May 14, 2011
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    • Tay
      Re: Light On The Amika
      Yes this is totally normal. i also have an Amika and mine does that to. when it goes from red to green it means the heat has dropped and is no longer at the temperature that u set it at. This is not a bad thing. The heat should recover with in 10 seconds on an amika. Hope that helps!

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      May 14, 2011
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    • Tay
      Re: Light On The Amika
      Yes this is totally normal. i also have an Amika and mine does that to. when it goes from red to green it means the heat has dropped and is no longer at the temperature that u set it at. This is not a bad thing. The heat should recover with in 10 seconds on an amika. Hope that helps!

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      May 14, 2011
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    • Chelsea B.
      New York, New York
      Light On The Amika
      yes the light going from green to red is normal on the amika irons. the plates are 100% ceramic, which means they are a stone. stone's, unlike metal, loose heat when something is applied... such as hair. this causes the light to go from green to red. the amika has a power surge that increases the heat for a few seconds to get the plates back to the temperature you have set; causing the light to change back to green.

      -representative from amika

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      Feb 23, 2011
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  • Amika 1.25" Ceramic Styler
    Suzana
    Warranty
    need to know how long is the warranty on the amica 1.4"
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    Dec 8, 2010
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    • Tiah K.
      Warrenty
      It all depends where you got the flat iron. I sell Amika straightners and the location I am at has a 2 year warrenty.

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      Dec 9, 2010
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  • Amika 1.25" Ceramic Styler
    Joslyn S.
    Providence,rhode Island
    Some Advice
    im only 17 so i dont know much about hair. but i do have an amika and it wokrs good i have had it for 2 yrs now and it curls good and still heats up good.so idk if this helps anyone lol.
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    Nov 9, 2010
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  • Amika 1.25" Ceramic Styler
    Ileanna H.
    Is It Really Worth Buying It?
    Well, I've been reading that it works great but is it worth buying it? It's pretty expensive but it seems like it worth it. So please help me. :)
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    Aug 17, 2010
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    • Tay
      Re: Is It Really Worth Buying It?
      Yes it is totally worth it. i've had mine for 1 year and i totally love it. The results are the same since i first bought it. Although u may want to be very careful with it because if u drop it a plate could crack.

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      May 14, 2011
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    • Tiah
      Yes!
      It is worth it, i sell them and i live for them !

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      Dec 9, 2010
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  • Amika 1.25" Ceramic Styler
    Tiffany T.
    Queens Ny
    Amika Or Sedu
    I was debating between purchasing Sedu or Amika, I really don't know which one is better. From googling, I read that both are amazing and do minimum hair damage, Amika less damage than Sedu. However I also read Amika tends to stop working earlier but with a warranty it shouldn't be too much of an issue.
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    Jul 30, 2010
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    • Hannah
      I Own Both And I Think The Amika Is The Best
      I have had a sedu straightener for the past 3 years and I love it. It works great and feels really smooth on my hair. However, I really like that my amika does not damage my hair and makes it super soft. I bought the amika flat iron because I was tired of my hair having a slight burnt smell after using the sedu. The amika does not make my hair smell at all and it has been really great so far. I've only had it for about 2 months and I haven't had any problems with it.

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      Jun 18, 2011
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