(Closed) NWR -Christmas gift idea-Best flat iron for curly hair?

posted 5 years ago in Beauty
Post # 2
2013 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: October 2014

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Rafissch:  I am a bit of a flat iron junkie and also have naturally thick, curly hair. I currently own 3 Sedu flat irons because they are amazing and I can’t stop buying them every time they release a new model. It’s a problem. I just checked Ulta’s website and it looks like they sell the Sedu Revolution for $130. Definitely recommend. The only downfall is I don’t think this model has an auto-shutoff function.

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I know tons of people who swear by the CHI irons, but I hate them. They do nothing for my hair except make it frizzy and dull. I’ve used GHD in the past and it’s pretty good, not as good as Sedu but I liked it way more than CHI. Made my hair straight and shiny. I’ve tried the John Frieda flat irons and they suck for thick, curly hair. I’ve heard great things about the BabyLissPro flat irons, especially the Nano Titanium, and I’ve seen some impressive YouTube videos, but I can’t justify buying it given my current hoard of irons. Good luck!

Post # 3
1427 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: November 2016

I love the CHI, it’s been the only flat iron that makes my hair STAY straight, soft and shiny. All the other brands leave my hair feeling very course and “fluffy”. I have super curly thick frizzy crazy hair naturally so I use a lot of products along with the flat iron (BIG round brush, humidity defying shampoo, keratin spray oil). Sigh. and I’m growing my hair out for the wedding so my arm muscles are getting a work out. * flex * lol

Post # 4
49 posts
  • Wedding: October 2015

If you go to Amazon and search HSI flat irons you will see one with over 21,000 reviews and 4.5 stars.  Plus it is on sale for $35.99.  I bought one.  

  • This reply was modified 4 years, 11 months ago by  buzzingbee82.
Post # 5
587 posts
Busy bee

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bbbria:  folica website had sedu on sale half price for cyber Monday, my sister scored one for $50. I agree, they are the best!

Post # 6
369 posts
Helper bee

Chi! I’ve had it since 6th grade and it’s still kicking. Its the only one I’ll ever use, my hairdresser reccomends it to eveeyone

Post # 7
400 posts
Helper bee

Babyliss Pro!! used to steal my roommates all the time haha. Hands down the best flat iron I’ve ever tried! And ive tried a lot….. Super curly and thick hair. 

Post # 8
642 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: A restaurant on the beach

Go with Sedu. I have very curly Indian mixed with black hair and it straightens my hair perfectly. I’ve been using it for more than 6 years without any problems and my hair remains healthy. 

  • This reply was modified 4 years, 11 months ago by  BeachBaum17.
Post # 9
1624 posts
Bumble bee

I have a GHD which I do like, but I wouldn’t necessarily recommend them because with the model I have, you can’t adjust the temperature. I have very fine hair that gets frizzy, which GHD does an amazing job of controlling, but then kind of fries the ends of my hair

Post # 10
208 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: July 2016

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Rafissch:  BaByliss Pro I love it so much.  I have very curly thick hair and it works so well.  Hair gets nice and soft and shiny too.

Post # 11
954 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: October 2016

I LOVE Sedu!!! My hair is sort of wavy/frizzy, even if I blow dry with a brush. The sedu keeps the frizz away and keeps it straight, even in high humidity.

I used a CHI for awhile, but hated it. My hair was frizzy and it wouldn’t straighten it.

Sedu is worth the investment.

Post # 12
628 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: August 2017

I’ll be forever faithful to my CHI

Post # 13
3 posts
  • Wedding: May 1980

Karmin makes the best in my opinion cool

Post # 14
319 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: May 2017

I have super curly hair and I straighten my bangs and because my hair is super curly all the way to the root, I’ve used the same Chi for years. It has platinum plates and it makes my hair look nice and shiny. It’s thin enough for me to get to the roots and get all of the hard parts. It just depends on the person though. 🙂

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