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Remington Wet 2 Straight Flat Iron (2")

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Eliminate blow drying completely, with the Remington Wet 2 Straight Flat Iron!
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  • Julia
    Strange Hair... Which Straightener?
    I have been doing lots of research on the perfect straightener. My Remington Wet2Straight is not working as well as it used to and even when I had just gotten it, it didnt get rid of frizz and kinks. So, as I researched, I found that the Sedu straightener is going to be the best. I also know that it comes in various sizes including 1". I am having a hard time deciding which width is the best.My hair is very very strange. It is a poofy wavy type toward the front with little kinky curls close to my scalp. On the sides, it poofs but the back is the worst. At the very top of the back of my head, there are very very tight little waves that poof when I brush them. The really tight kinks last about 5 inches from the root and beyond that, they flatten out but it still poofs. I have never gone in public with my hair in its natural state. My hair is also very think but due to stress it is getting kind of thin. When "straightened" and pulled back in a pony tail, the diameter of the bound hair is probably 1.25".Now that you have a general idea of my hair type, which thickness would work best? I hear thin is better for getting to the root which is very important, but with my thickness and extreme kinks and frizziness, maybe the thicker would work well with that... or does it not really matter?Your reply is greatly appreciated! Thank you!Julia

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    Jan 19, 2010
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  • Alyssa
    Does Your Hair Have To Be Wet When You Use It, Or Can It Be Dry Too?
    does it matter whether your hair is dry or wet to use the product?

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    Jan 19, 2010
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    • Cass C.
      Indiana
      Nope
      it doesn't matter if hair is wet or dry. it will work best if your hair is not sopping wet, though. there is actually a button on the straightener that allows you to switch between wet and dry settings (blue light = wet, green =dry) but I don't know how much difference it makes, but the actual plates have vents to let out the steam that is created when water (on your hair) is heated.

      although with my personal experience with this straightener I will say it damaged my hair, and I never even straightened it more than being just barely damp.

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      Jan 23, 2011
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  • Dawn Smith
    Beeping Noise
    My iron is making a beeping noise like it does when it is turned on.The thing is ITS OFF AND SHUT - does anyone know what that is?

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    Jan 19, 2010
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  • Rachael
    What Do The Different Settings Mean?
    i have had this for a long time but have never used it...i dont know what the different heat settings mean.

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    Jan 19, 2010
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  • Gel Gel Gel
    I know some think this is a piece of crap straightener, but if you use a good amount of anti-frizz gel and hair protection gel, you should be fine. Ive had one for about a year now and people still say its a lot softer and nicer, that it doesnt really look like I straighten it. Also, use it only on high blue to purple setting when your hair is dry. I do not recommend it for wet hair! wait until its damp. Then use only the low red setting. I hope this has helped!

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    Jan 11, 2010
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