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Straightning wet? - October 1st 2009, 02:28 AM

So I have one of those wet to dry straightners. I know when you use a regular straightner on your wet hair it's bad...but does anything happen when you use a wet to dry straightner. Help please!


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Re: Straightning wet? - October 1st 2009, 02:35 AM

yes! I used to have one of those. It's horrible for your hair! especially when you use it on wet hair. You're hair will be frizzy, dry unmanagable and start splitting. It's so bad for your hair. If you INSIST on doing it make sure to use a protectant spray, as always


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Re: Straightning wet? - October 1st 2009, 07:34 PM

I've never used one of them before but i really cringe at the idea of applying such a high heat to wet hair. You might want to ask your hairdresser what their opinion is on using this.


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Re: Straightning wet? - October 1st 2009, 10:06 PM

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yes! I used to have one of those. It's horrible for your hair! especially when you use it on wet hair. You're hair will be frizzy, dry unmanagable and start splitting. It's so bad for your hair. If you INSIST on doing it make sure to use a protectant spray, as always
I see....what brand do you have though?


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Re: Straightning wet? - October 1st 2009, 11:55 PM

well, the one I used on wet hair was "wet2straight," then after I threw that away I got Remington T9. Now I don't straighten my hair, I like having a natural wave


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Re: Straightning wet? - October 2nd 2009, 06:06 PM

yh i use them! i use remington wet2straight.
they are great on DRY hair with a little heat protection spray. i only tried it on wet hair once and o my gosh i never done it again,really messed my hair up depends on your hair type though to be fair.
   
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Re: Straightning wet? - October 2nd 2009, 06:28 PM

i tried that but my hair was just like steaming and making this frying noise which slightly put me off. just dry it first.. much better for your hair i'd imagine. :]


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Re: Straightning wet? - October 3rd 2009, 07:56 PM

I have a wet2straight hair straightner. Ive done it a few times but never when it was really wet. I only did it when it was lightly damp and only did it because of a time restraint and I dont recommend it I always getworriedmy hair will burst into flames


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