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Good curling irons? - September 2nd 2013, 04:11 PM

Hey there :3
I've been interested in curling my hair now, and I'd use my mom's curler, but I feel like there are MUCH better out there. My hair is pretty thick, and it's around 2 inches longer than shoulder length. I really dont style it much because the thickness is kinda a bother and curls don't stay in long. I'm interested in something that'll be a bit on the quick side, makes nice curls (maybe have different settings?), under $50 and overall easy to use. Any suggestions?
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Re: Good curling irons? - September 2nd 2013, 05:13 PM

Hmm idk if you can get a curling iron under $50, but I'd recommend using a CHI or conair one. As for CHI, I currently have one that cost about $70 and it works well for all types of hair. But yeah, I hope this helps.


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Re: Good curling irons? - September 3rd 2013, 01:01 AM

Okay, thanks


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