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Sedu Pro Ionic Ceramic Tourmaline Flat Iron (1 1/2")

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Rated the Best Hair Straightener on the market and preferred by top hair stylists around the world, Sedu flat iron straightens, smooths and tames frizzy hair fo...
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  • Help With Breakage And Keeping It Straight
    1. wash and with a shampoo and condition for either smoothing or moisturizing. Good ones are matrix sleek,neutrogena triple moisture, back to basics straightenining, Pantene sleek nshine, Redken smooth down, Redken All Soft,Infusium for frizzy hair... 2. Deep condition. Its SOOO important my hair has soo much breakage if I dont deep condition every time I wash. My favorite is Neutrogena Triple Moisture mask. 3. Towel dry and evenly distribute Redken Satinwear blowry lotion throughout your hair but dont use too much. I use about a nickel size. 4. Blow dry with a paddle or round brush. 5. lightly mist a little flat iron spray on each section of your hair but do not use too much or it will get sticky. I like matrix sleek iron spray, straight sexy hairs soya want flat hair, chi 44 iron guard, V05 miracle mist, 6. Finish with hairspray. Anything from the Straight sexy hair line is fantastic.

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  • Preventing Breakage
    My Sedu works great, but at first, it really damaged my hair. I tried a lot of really expensive products, but nothing seemed to be keeping the damage at a minimum. But, my cousin recently suggested to me to try LOreal "Hot Straight" Straightening Cream (its in a pink bottle), and it works AMAZINGLY. You can find it in ANY grocery store, and it only costs about five to seven bucks. I use my Sedu every single day. The last time I cut my hair was in August. Since using the "Hot Straight" Straightening Cream, I have NO split ends. NONE. And, it leaves my hair twice as silky as it ever was with anything else.

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  • Listen To Me!!!
    1.Brush your hair and take all of your knots out. 2.Do not put any hairspray or sticky chemicals in your hair before you strighten. 3.Use the correct temperature setting, some flat irons have there setting in celsius,to conver celsius do: 95 times the temperature in celsius and add 32. 4.Do one area at a time, banana clips are usefull! 5.After you are done, spray a hair polisher in to get luminate shine. 6.Wash your hair every other day,washing it every day is damaging! 7.Use deep conditioner and let it remain in your hair for three min. Here is a top for blow drying your hair: after your hair is dry, most blow dryers come with a cool button, hold that button down for one min any you will get better results.

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  • Product & Volume Suggestions
    If you want to ensure your hair will be healthy and shiny even after all the flat ironing, you should try Pureology hair products. When Im going to straighten my hair, I use the SuperStraight shampoo and conditioner in the shower. Once my hair is dry, I put some SuperStraight Relaxing Serum in it to protect from the heat of the iron and add shine. But dont use too much or your hair will feel greasy. Once Im done straightening, if I want some extra shine, I use just a little of the ShineMax from Pureology. The SuperStraight system comes in blue bottles and the ShineMax comes in a little purple bottle. They have products for colored hair as well that are supposed to help retain the color longer. All these products are pretty concentrated so you dont have to use much of any of them. They can be found at many salons but they arent cheap. If youre willing to pay the price theyre truly worth it. My hair has never been softer or healthier. If you find your hair is too flat after ironing, try turning down the heat a little. This makes quite a difference for me in adding some volume.

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  • Straight, Silky, Healthy Hair
    My hair WAS frizzy, curly, Poofy and all out ugly, it looked like brown cotton candy after a tornado. it is color treated. now it is smooth, silky, the most shiny and swingy straight i have ever seen. i never thought i could have hair like this. i tried everything and have finally figured out the best way to get my hair to look so good. what works, you ask? here is what i do:I used Easy Straight 3 month strightner-follow directions to a tee! you may not need this, follow my tips first! my hair now is straighter, and takes only 1/4 of the time to dry but still not perfect yet- Shampoo and condition and towel dry GENTLY-do not mash or scrub the hair-only the scalp-gently smoooth the hair shaft from top to bottom-dont rub the hair up and down, and to dry, gently press moisture out of the hair in a towel. use the products you like-read the ingredients-you will be surprised to see the same ingredients in the less expensive products that you find in the pricey ones. USE a deep conditioner once a week-leave on for half an hour or more, wrap in a hot towel or use plastic bag/cap with a blow dryer. ALWAYS RINSE WITH COOL WATER! Use a clarifiying shampoo every other shampoo. try not to wash every day, i wash my hair 2-3 times a week)Air dry-or blow dry using a blow dryer with an ION switch-this really helps. use a gentle setting--you dont want a windstorm--and use low heat. dont dry it till it is bone dry-and point the dryer down the hair shaft to keep the cuticle closed-use your fingers to gently separate hair to get roots. dont brush or comb when it is wet--this is when the hair is most vulnerable to damage. when your hair is 75% dry, use a wide tooth comb to take out knots from the ends first working your way up to the roots. separate into four sections with the claw clips. use a ceramic flat iron-i hear the sedu does not snag your hair-so i am saving to buy one. to flat iron-i use a brush that looks like a flat iron with bristles-the one i have is ceramic, and locks with a button when closed over the hair strand. use small strands-i follow the brush with the flat iron down the hair strand--keep the iron moving-make a few passes, then clip the straightned lock out of the way. i start at the top in the front and work my way down and around to the back, one side at a time. i clip the finished piece over the top of my head onto the other side, and add more finished hair to the clip. it took a little practice, but now it only takes me around 45 minutes as opposed to the 4 to 5 hours it used to take before easy straight and the ceramic brush and flat iron. when i am done, if my hair is full of static, i use my favorite scented fabric softner-i put a drop-the size of a pea-and rub into my palms and smooth through my hair-darn it smells soooo goooood! no fly-aways and shiny! i dont use any product in my hair to iron it, it stays clean longer and has more body. product which seals the hair shaft actually pops like popcorn when heat is applied. very damaging. apply product after flat ironing if you have to. also important is the temp of the flat iron. if your hair shaft diameter is thin, use a lower setting, more on the thick side, a higher temp is better. keep the iron moving, alternate the pass of flat iron brush with the flat iron, LET THE STRAND COOL before you clip it out of the way. for me, a high temp actually seem to help my hair avoid frizzing in rain and high humidity, straightens faster and the it lasts until my next shampoo(sometimes a whole week). i use the flat iron at 400 degrees, i have a very thick hair diameter. when you start at the bottom back of your head, hair seems to tangle up. the way i do it, the finished hair is out of the way, on top at the other side and the unfinished hair is out of the way down below, while you iron a strand straight out from your head between the two. lifting and resting the hair up and over also give the root a little lift so your hair is not flat against your head when finished. and finally, practice, practice, practice! dont give up, it gets easier each time you do it! Good Luck!

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