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CHI Ceramic Digital Flat Iron Review | Salon Quality Travel Straighteners

Wednesday, July 14th, 2010

Chi Ceramic Flat IronThe Chi Digital Flat Iron looks like an overall good set of straighteners. It has a digital heat setting and comes with a cute little travel case.

I have looked at a lot of reviews on the Chi Digital iron and have found many mixed opinions.

Some ladies reviews on Folica say the Chi Digital irons have worked miracles on their curly/wavy hair making it feel like "silk". Others think it is great because of the digital reading function (this prevents heat damage to the hair) and because the iron eliminates bacteria once heated.

Some unlucky ladies have said that it doesn't work on their curly/wavy hair and the Chi Has has actually fried the ends coursing it to turn white. A few unhappy Chi customers from the Folica site have also said not to buy the Chi as it's a waste of money.

Product Features

  • Ceramic plates
  • 1" Flat iron
  • Beveled plate edges.
  • Chi ceramic technology
  • Digital technology - heats up to 200 C (392 F)
  • Versatile "all in one" ergonomic design
  • Professional salon model
  • Flash quick heating
  • Swivel Cord
  • Digital readout with temperature adjuster
  • Chi fashion bag fits Chi flat Iron for travel

If you are interested in purchasing this Chi Ceramic Digital Iron it retails for around $80-$90. This is a good price for a Chi Flat Iron as some other models are a lot more expensive.

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Babyliss PRO Ceramic Tools 1 1/2″ Flat Iron Review | Ceramic Straighteners With Temperature Dial

Tuesday, July 13th, 2010

Babyliss Pro Ceramic Flat IronThe Babyliss pro ceramic straightening iron is designed to eliminate frizz and easily create straight, smooth and silky hair. It also has a temperature dial to control the heat setting.

Lets see if it really does what Babyliss promise?

The lovely ladies using Babyliss irons all agree they are good value for money and leave their hair sleek and smooth. One review says the temperature dial is a "big plus". If you can't a just the heat on your irons it can be damaging to the hair if used too hot.

Although Babyliss have done a good job on price, the quality is sometimes not as good, one user had to return her irons 3 times after it had broken.

I own a pair of Babyliss pro irons and I think it is good value for money. Maybe the irons would be better for people that have finer hair that doesn't frizz easily. My hair is quite thick and can get frizzy, I find it stays straight for a couple of hours then goes frizzy again after straightening.

Product Features:

  • Ceramic pulse heat technology
  • 1 1/2" Ceramic plate
  • Rheostat temperature dial - up to 430oF
  • Antistatic removable comb
  • Curved handle design
  • Model CT2590
  • Full manufacturer's warranty

The Babyliss Pro Ceramic straightening iron can range in price from $20-$35. Very reasonable compared to other straighteners.

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