Best hair straightener

Conny By Conny, 10th Jul 2010 | Follow this author | RSS Feed | Short URL http://nut.bz/1zn4802f/
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Look for a good hair straightener? With the Instyler your search is over.

Best hair straightener

There was a time when ladies went to the hair salon every so often to get a perm. Curls were in and those with straight hair envied those with naturally curly hair.

Now the roles are reversed. Those with straight hair are envied by those with curly hair and some will do whatever it takes to create that straight frizz free look.

In the process the straightening of hair has become a multi-million dollar industry. Hair product manufacturers have created special shampoos and conditioners, mousses, gels and of course hair straighteners.

Relatively new, but rapidly gaining popularity is the InStyler. The Instyler is not a flat iron or curling iron, but rather a combination of both.

The secret lies in the rotating cylinder and brush. The cylinder polishes the hair, while the brush separates hair strands, making them silky smooth. Safely!

The save part is perhaps the most appealing. With a regular flat iron, hair gets squashed between two hot plates. The InStyler on the other hand uses less heat and only briefly touches hair.

In addition, hair doesn’t hang like a lifeless curtain after its being styled, but remains full of life and bounce.

Styling time is also significantly reduced. One can be assured of a smooth, frizz free hairdo in less ten minutes.

The manufacturers of the InStyler are so confident of their product that you can try the Instyler for free for a month. When ordered they will send you two Instylers. One you can keep or send back; the second you can keep, no questions asked.

Of all those I spoke to, none of them – really not one – returned their InStyler. They were so pleased with the results that they couldn’t stop talking about the tool and offered a demonstration.

To say that I was impressed would be an understatement. I saw ladies with wavy frizzy hair; ladies with curly hair and even an African American lady turn their unruly hair into silky smooth locks.

A skeptical customer with bleached, coarse hair wanted to see things for herself and tried a friends’ InStyler on the spot. She gasped after the first strand was done and kept right on styling. Within minutes her dry hair was transformed in silky strands.

The Instyler is without a doubt the best, most hair friendly, tool on the market. And the best part is, while flat irons cost anything from $69 to $300, the InStyler costs only $14,99.

For customer service, please visit www.getInStyler.com/customerse rvice.html.

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Frizzy Hair, Hair, Salon, Smooth, Straight

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author avatar Caveat
11th Jul 2010 (#)

Wow! Didn't know this thanks for sharing.

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author avatar Conny
11th Jul 2010 (#)

You won't be disappointed Caveat.

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author avatar Melissa Dawn
11th Jul 2010 (#)

So my curls are out :-( Honestly good info, I've used many a stupid straightening product. Will check this one out.

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author avatar Conny
11th Jul 2010 (#)

The instyler works Melissa. It's fast and it's safe and does no damage to your hair.

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author avatar Monique
23rd Jan 2012 (#)

I prefer the flat iron I use which works amazing, it's the Karmin G3 Salon Pro, I luv it because it causes less damage to the hair and keep it soft, shiny and super straight. :D

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author avatar Mary
16th Mar 2012 (#)

I've tried different brands of products and the best flat straightener for me is the Karmin G3 Salon Pro, it works pretty good, removes static and leaves my hair silky and shiny, I luv it! :)

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