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BaByliss Pro Nano Titanium Ultra Thin 1" Iron

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The BaByliss Pro Nano Titanium Ultra Thin Straightening Iron is sleek and powerful, allowing you to straighten or style your hair quickly and easily.
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  • Jenna
    Backorder
    I ordered my babybliss straightner like 12 days ago....I was told it is on backorder...I was so excited to get it...now its outta stock....has this happened to anyone? how quick did u get ur straightner?
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    Oct 20, 2010
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  • Michelle
    Heat Settings
    What are the heat settings on this flatiron? What temperatures are you able to set it at?

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    Jan 19, 2010
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    • Sylvia
      Heat Settings
      The temperature can be adjsuted from 240F to 450F.

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      Mar 5, 2012
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  • Silvia
    Flipping Hair
    Can you flip hair with the 1 inch iron? The plates do not look beveled on the online picture.
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    Jan 19, 2010
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    • Tiffany
      Yes you can curl and do whatever you like but, as long as you know what your doing.

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      Feb 25, 2010
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  • Heat Advice, General Care.
    WARNING, If you like to straighten and hold the iron with both hands to close it you WILL burn yourself! The outside part of the iron gets just as hot and is the same length as the plates on the inside, and they both get hot enough to burn you...or curl your hair if you will. Yes this iron can get to 475 degrees, but to avoid that "burnt smell" turn the heat setting down...good product will help you straighten on a much less severe temp. REMEMBER to ALWAYS straighten a clean head of hair. Before you shower, give your scalp stimulation by combing, or brushing your hair, then ALWAYS wash with Shampoo and conditioner that has good heat helping properties. Massage it in, rub and stimulate your scalp. Always towel dry or blow dry your hair prior to straightening. -Dirty hair has oils, dead hair, dirt & debris etc, Think: what happens when you mix oils and high heat? - Youll end up frying your hair. -Always dry your hair (towel/ blow dry) before you straighten. Think: what happens when you add high heat and water? - You can boil your hair easily which will damage or break it. -Also, if you want to maintain healthier hair longer and keep it straight, dont always zoom the Babyliss to 475 or 450 degrees, Turn it down. Yes youll have to make more passes thru the hair, and yes itll take maybe 5 or 10 min more (depending on hair) but a little time given to your hair will give you more time of healthy un-fried hair. -After straightening (or prior to) use an Anti-Frizz product, and use a gloss spray for extra shine and humid weather. (when it rains, go home or cover your head!!! Humidity after the rain is your enemy!) DO NOT, I REPEAT DO NOT DROP this Iron. Like most irons, things chip, split or can break if you dont treat them carefully. Always set the iron as far away from the edge of the counter/table. Since the outside of the iron gets hot as well you may need a heat resistant cloth to place it on. When traveling, i usually pack it within a case, or wrap a towel around it. Keep the Iron clean, and keep the Titanium plates clean. When the iron is off and cold, some water and a cotton Q-tip can clean quite well.
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    Jan 11, 2010
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    • Demetria
      Generalized Statements, Some Are Good, But Not For All Types Of Hair
      I'm AA, naturally curly and very healthy hair, I guess you would call me a 4a with some 3c too. I have very fine strands (but it would still be considered thicker than most hair from European backgrounds) and am naturally high porosity (read: easy to damage hair with heat or chemicals!). Protein is my best friend!

      "REMEMBER to ALWAYS straighten a clean head of hair."
      "-Dirty hair has oils, dead hair, dirt & debris etc, Think: what happens when you mix oils and high heat? - Youll end up frying your hair."

      I've actually found that this is not the case for my hair. My hair likes it best when it's not just freshly cleaned. I don't want to strip my hair of its oils, that would actually leave me with dry & frizzy hair when I straighten it (yes i tried it that way, no bueno!). What I do is clarify my hair with an all-natural shampoo designed to do so (which I only do once a month or so, I don't do shampoo on a regular basis although I do co-wash or rinse my hair at least every two days, if not more) and I say clarify because you can get your hair clean with nothing but hot water and good scrubbing motions, it's the products you put on your hair that coat it especially products with a lot of sulfates and parabens and other stuff that STICK (I tend to use natural products without these chemicals in it).

      Most times I don't bother with clarifying and I skip right to my usual detangling and daily moisturizing/conditioning steps, (detangle with conditioner, rinse out, put in my moisturizing leave-in, sealing that with a light shea butter mix as I braid it into about 6 sections) If I'm planning to straighten my hair I use my light shea butter/grape seed oil mix, it's a natural heat protectant as it has a smoke point of 485 degrees, which means that it will take that much heat to burn it away before you ever burn your hair. A little bit of this goes a long way, like two weeks of straight hair long way, and it also gives some shine and bounce to the hair once it's straightened too. You can use whatever heat protectant you prefer, but you definitely should use something. Contrary to popular belief its the type of oil you're using that decides whether or not it will burn. ALL OILS DO NOT = BURNT HAIR.

      Grape seed oil also seems to leave me with needing to use much less heat...as I said I'm kinky curly 4a/3c. I rarely have to use a setting higher than 350 to get my hair straight. I've never used anything over 400. After that I let it dry, if I have nothing to do I just let it dry naturally within 3 hours or so. If I'm in a bit of a hurry I'll use the blow dryer for about 20-30 minutes, because nope my hair does not need to be completely dry to flat iron. In general I don't need to put any other products on my hair after that (plus I don't like oily/producty feeling hair), but humidity isn't really a problem where I live and it seems like the shea butter acts as an anti-frizz and smoothing product. It takes me about 30 minutes to flat-iron all 6 braided sections of my hair. I only do one slowwwwwww pass followed by a very small comb, as I've had heat damage and couldn't get my curls to come back and it started breaking so had to chop it...I'd rather not have to do that again so less is best.

      The best straight hair I ever had was after flat-ironing without bothering to rinse the products I use on a daily basis out of my hair (it was about 3-4 days since). So it was definitely slightly dirty.....I need to let it do that more often because my hair came out super straight, shiny, bouncy and looking amazing. Just saying....shouldn't knock something that you may have never experienced. It's only heresay until then.

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      Dec 1, 2011
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