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Sedu Pro Ionic Ceramic Tourmaline Flat Iron (1")

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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, smoothes and tames frizzy or reb...
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  • Brazilian Girl
    Hi, Still In Doubt Between The Sedu Vs Solia Vs Chi
    Hi, Guys! I am really in doubt betewwn getting a Solia, because it is less expensive, a Sedu, because there were a couple of bad reviews about getting too hot and the Chi, wich received really bad reviews but I know people that have it for about a year and didnt have any problems with it. I cant afford an iron that will give me problems after 6 months, this is a very important investment for me and I need some opinions so I can go ahead and by the right thing. By the way, I am from Brazil so my ahir it is mixed between been curly and wavy, and I right now I have it by shoulder lenght, so also, waht size of iron would be better for me? Thank you kindly...and lets hope for the best!!!!Tchauuuuu....

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    Jan 19, 2010
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    • Traci D.
      Jonesboro, AR
      Don't Doubt The Solia
      I've had my Solia for over 2 years, and it still works beautifully. In fact, I'm on here to order another (a larger one), as my hair is longer now. I strongly suggest the Solia; I have coarse curly/wavy hair, and this iron straightens my hair beautifully and leaves it with a soft and silky finish. I've tried several brands, and Solia is by far the best and certainly the best value.

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      Aug 15, 2010
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    • Ronni
      Hi, Still In Doubt Between The Sedu Vs Solia Vs Chi
      I will tell you that my Chi Iron broke 1 year and 2 months after I purchase it. It started turning on and off and than the plate fell off. Hope that helps a little.

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      Feb 25, 2010
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  • Dora
    Flip Ends?
    Is this a good flat iron if I want to flip my ends in or out my hair is medium and I am not sure if I should go for this one or the solia because of the roud edges can anybody help me also is this the right size 1" if I want to do this.

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    Jan 19, 2010
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    • Hayley
      Flip Ends?
      I can do great flips (in our out) with the Sedu 1 inch. Starting at the roots, just pull the iron down and then twist your wrist at the end to make a gentle flip.

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      Feb 25, 2010
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  • Hank
    Differences?
    ok im wondering how straiters can be different from each other they do the same thing...straiten someone email me and answer my quesiton laxtank42 at yahoo . com

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    Jan 19, 2010
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  • Ronni
    Help!!!
    Chi broke!!! Not sure whether to go with Solia or Sedu. Do not feel like wasting my money...AGAIN!!!

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    Jan 19, 2010
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  • Sherry
    1" Or 1 1/2" Sedu
    I have two daughters with shoulder length hair and I have hair below my shoulders. I help my daughters style their hair before school every morning. The like it flipped up most of the time. I like mine just straight. Would you recommended 1" or 1 1/2" Sedu?

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    Jan 19, 2010
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    • Erica A.
      United States
      Styling Flips
      I bought the 1" so I could do flips and curls and it works great.

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      Aug 4, 2010
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