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HAI Stik Ceramic Flat Iron

The slim HAI Stik hair straightener is extremely consumer friendly for curling, straightening and twisting.
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  • Nad
    Will My Hair Straighten?
    Do I need to blow dry my hair before using this because that would make my hair huge and frizzy?

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    Jan 19, 2010
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  • Lucy
    Thick, Coarse Hair
    Will this straightener work on my relaxed, somewhat damaged, dry,thick and coarse, african american hair....or will it damage it even more....? Please answer soon, i want to know whether i should buy it or keep lookingThank you

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    Jan 19, 2010
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    • Angelyna
      Not sure if anyone answered you yet, however, I am mixed and I have VERY thick and curly hair. Straighteners dont tend to work on my hair. This straightener is the only one that gets hot enough and works on my hair. It makes my hair soft and shiny. I brush my hair out and use it in small, small sections, and it does a GREAT job. If you want to get your hair straight, and not frizzy, buy this one!

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      Feb 25, 2010
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  • Why A Lot Of Flat Irons Stop Working
    I keep reading reviews about how particular irons stop working after a prescribed amount of time. This is such an disappointing thing, as I know many are dependent on their iron as I am, and this exact situation has happened to me. At first, I, as many others, blamed the iron. I had my father, an electrical engineer, look at to see if he could fix it. He told me he couldnt and that the damage done was my fault! He said wrapping the cord around the appliance (as when youre putting it away) causes two things happen in these irons: 1. The act of wrapping breaks the delicate electrical connections that supply power to the iron. These cant be replaced. 2. Even though the cord is insulated from heat, it cant take being wrapped around something thats 200 degrees for a minute or two until it cools down. So though a few of these irons that "stop working" might be faulty, many will be damaged by what we do to them innocently putting them under the counter or, like when I did it, packing them for business trips and vacations. I now bundle my cord loosely when putting it away or packing it. Another good idea is to put a small nail inside your bathroom cabinet where the appliance can hang. Many hair stylists do this, and its one reason why even after repeated uses, their irons work for a very long time. I hope this was helpful!
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    Jan 11, 2010
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  • Take Care Of Your Hair !
    With any flat iron, you always need to make sure youre using the appropriate heat setting. If you have fine or damaged hair, you should always use a lower setting, because your hair texture is delicate, so YES it WILL burn. Also, you should always be using some sort of heat protectant when using your flat iron, and make sure to get a trim every 6 weeks, then you should have healthy hair.

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    Jan 11, 2010
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  • Wet/dry Questions
    As with any heat styling tool you want to get the most moisture out of your hair as possible..WHY? the steam from the moisture and the heat of the iron will burn you..BADLY and can cause scabs and other irritations...I saw people asking if they can get "on the scalp" to get the roots..there really is no need to touch the scalp..the stik is so slim that the heat generates around the tool not only under the surface...To prolong the life use your pouch(if included from here) or buy one at local drugstore to store it in...DO NOT wrap the cord around tool(any tool for that matter) it causes shortages in the cord and your tool will loose efficency..instead try to follow the factory pattern looping every two inches and slip a rubberband around it.And also it only takes 20 seconds to heat or less..so if you are taking a break halfway through turn it off u dont wanna burn out your iron or the plastic around the plates to melt as this can happen with any iron on the market. I am about to buy another just incase because Im out of warranty by a year and I paid 120 at a salon so here is a real bargain..Good Luck and happy styling...

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    Jan 11, 2010
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