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CHI Ceramic Flat Iron 1" with Iron Pouch Value Pack

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CHI Ceramic Flat Iron Value Pack that includes the CHI Ceramic 1 inch Flat Iron and a Heatproof Iron Pouch.
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  • Tips From A Chi User...
    I have been a CHI user for over two years. I could not go a day without it. However, like other users have said it works SO well that it can easily fry your hair. I would first recommend that those of us who have dry hair, do not wash your hair everyday!!! Some people think that sounds gross but it takes the moisture out of your hair. Second I suggest you use some kind of heat protector when you use the CHI. I use Redkens Spray Starch. It is just like ironing clothes and using starch to hold the creases. It kinda steams as the iron hits it but dont worry your hair is not frying! Also, I have naturally curly hair and it reacts horribly to humidity but I still do not use the CHI everyday. Usually after washing, drying and styling my hair will stay straight for a couple days. And another thing I find beneficial is to not use the CHI everytime I fix my hair. Not everyone has the option but I wear my hair curly periodically to give my hair a little break from the blow dryer and CHI. I also color my hair and have no problems with breakage (other than normal wear and tear that a non-chi user would have). If you are gentle with your hair while using your CHI your hair will thank you and you will still receive those rave reviews.

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  • Take The Time To Do It Right- It Will Last Longer!
    I am a hairstylist, and was introduced to CHI irons in cosmetology school. I will not use any other kind of straightener- they are the best out of all the irons I have tried, but you have to know how to use it! 1. be sure to condition your hair well after shampooing. unless your hair is very dry/damaged, try to apply conditioner only from the middle to the ends of hair. conditioner at the roots will weigh hair down. Shampoo twice to make it extra-clean, and it can last you a few days. 2. apply an anti-frizz serum (not too much) or smoothing cream to damp hair. my favorite is Sleek Look by Matrix. 3. BLOW DRY YOUR HAIR! Especially if it is naturally course and curly. If your hair is naturally smooth and you just want to get rid of some waves, then air-drying is fine, but flat irons are finishing tools. If you are using it on air-dried course or curly hair, you will have to go over the strand more, and this is where the damage comes from. start the straightening process by blow-drying with a brush that creates tension, such as a round brush. 4. flat-iron the hair in sections, starting at the neckline. (1/4 to 1/2 in. sections for coarse or curly hair, 1/2 to 1 in. sections for smoother, wavy hair.) if you dont want the pin-straight look, use the iron to slightly flip the ends either up or under. this gives a softer, more natural look. CHI is perfect for this becaue of its rounded edges. 5. finish with a smoothing product such as Redken Outshine, or Vinyl Glam. (if you think it needs it.) dont use too much product! Trust me! I have clients who come in ONCE a week to have this done, and it will last them the entire week.

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  • Tips When Straightening Hair
    ok some tips......... um,, if you continuilly straighten your hair make sure to keep it well conditioned,, *there is a difference b/w daily conditioners and deep conditioners,, you want to use a deep conditioner regularly(about once a week) *while daily conditioners are more on the maintanence side, deep conditioners actually close the hair cuticle, preventing damage. next when washing NEVER pile your hair on top of your head,, it only asks for tangles when shampooing-- work from roots to tips when conditioning-- concentrate on the tips if your washing your hair after a serious styling such as one that would contain a lot of hairspray,, comb out the tangles while the hair is DRY,, no matter how much hair you see in the sink girls,, combing your hair while it is dry is far less damaging than combing your hair when it is wet (wet hair=fragile,and weak) when it is time for the final rinse it should be done with COLD water,, i know i know,, it sounds a bit much but it actually is proven to lay the hair cuticle STRAIGHT which is what you want when persuing a more straighter style. If going curly, then forget this tip. keep your hair split-end free,, straightening hair with the CHI or any other ceramic flat iron tends to highlight them more,, a look NO ONE wants.lol. towel dry hair FIRST! it should be 70% dry before ever touching the blow dryer,, because otherwise you are just boiling the water thats on your hair which, of course, causes damage,, focus people! apply serum to your hair after you wash IMMEDIATELY,, the point of serum is to apply it before frizz is created so as to prevent it,, there is no use in using serum if your hair is already frizzy from walking around,, common sense tells us this ive done much research(lol. i know i know loser,, but its winterbreak,, im bored) and these tips seem to stand out the most and have been the most repetitive)

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  • Heat Protector
    Its best to use heat protector before blow drying your hair. After its completely dry you can straighten without a heat protector. But it you absolutely have to use heat protector make sure it dries before heat gets anywhere near it. If it simmers going down your hair its frying it.

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  • My Rountine
    This is how I do my routine, and Ill tell you my hair is never out of place: 1. Use Nexus Therappe Luxury Moisturizing Shampoo. 2. Mix together Biosilk Silk Therapy Conditioner and CHI Infra Treatment. Leave on for five minutes. 3. Step out of the shower and leave your towel on your head for 15 minutes. 4. Put Silk Therapy Cure Soyeuse and CHI Keratin Mist in your hair, then blowdry straight. 5. Put on CHI Silk Infusion and CHI 44 Iron Gaurd. Then straighten in layers. 6. Before you step out the door, put some more Chi Keratin Mist on, itll add some extra shine.

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