Saturday, December 3, 2011

review: Fat Curling iron

Flat Iron Experts

The Babyliss Pro Tourmaline Ceramic Curling Iron is rated #2 on our Best Curling Iron list for one reason alone and it is the price. If price wasn't a factor, this curling iron will for sure be the #1 choice. The Babyliss Tourmaline Ceramic Curling iron emits negative ions and far-infrared heat that brings a number of additional benefits to your hair:

1. Eliminates static electricity 3. Neutralize odors
2. Preserve more moisture within the hair shaft 4. Causes less damage to the hair cuticle

From our expertise and customer reviews, most people are saying that tourmaline curling irons gives longer lasting curls compared to the non Tourmaline or Ceramic
Hot Tools curling irons and other drugstore brands. The Babyliss curling iron comes with 40 adjustable heats setting up to a scorching 428 F perfect for all hair types. Two other great benefit of choosing this curling iron is the 2 year warranty and the fact that this curling iron is Dual Voltage, meaning you can use this curling iron any where around the world while you travel. If you want a curling iron that is up to date and wouldn't mind paying a bit extra. This would be your choice. Flat Iron Experts recommend the Babyliss Tourmaline Curling Irons with 100% Confidence. 
Christina's Voice:
The baby bliss pro ceramic curling iron is one of those big fat ones that you can do those big huge curls with. I love it. This product gets hot fast. The cord is long enough i can walk around in my bathroom while curling me some goldy-lock curls. I also got a flatiron or curling iron holder so it doesn't leave a mark on my counter tops/sink. or my little girl can't touch it with it in there. Dont forget to protect those locks with the Thermal shine spray, which works good on my hair doesn't weight it down to much when applied.

Retail value
 $119.99 Buy now for only $84.99 -Curling Iron
Flat iron expert holder Buy now $14.99
Thermal Shine Spray Buy now on $18.99

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