wet to dry straighteners that actually work?

posted 4 years ago in Beauty
Post # 3
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458 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: September 2014

wet to dry straighteners, no matter what brand, are REALLY horrible for your hair. your hair will end up fried. 

Post # 4
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480 posts
Helper bee

I only use a wet flat iron. I use Remington’s Wet 2 Straight. They have both one inch and 2 inch models. Honestly, it leaves my hair soft and shiny. It doesn’t completely dry my hair because I am too impatient and am usually flying through the process to get out the door (plus I have a freaking mane!). It may sizzle and steam for a second (the hot ceramic touching the wet hair) when you start, but it never leaves my hair feeling dry or burnt. Common sense, of course, is don’t use it on a soaking wet head — at least towel dry! I originally bought it for the same reason you are looking – I wanted something cheap to take to Italy. The thing is a rockstar. I got mine at Target for under $30. 

Post # 5
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1120 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: August 2013

Ooh I wish I could remember what its called… my hair just doesn’t curl but I got a wet to dry curling iron/straightener and it actually works! It was from Shoppers Drug Mart, I don’t have it right now or I’d go check the brand.

Post # 8
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11242 posts
Sugar Beekeeper
  • Wedding: August 2013

NO NO NO

This is SO bad for your hair. Very damaging. Ever seen this video? That happened because her hair was not bone dry.

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