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I bought a flat iron- I have very fine hair its all ceramic so it wont burn the hair -according to the kiosk in the mall. They didnt sell product to safe-guard it just in case-can you recommend any? I heard just make sure no alcohol is in it.

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      (華娃娃) ChinaDoll wrote Mar 7, 2009
    • I don’t know and am looking forward to viewing any comments.  I have wavy natural curl and I would like to straighten it once awhile to see if I can add a real oriental look.  estatic




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      Cynthia Schmidt wrote Mar 7, 2009
    • I use a flat iron but I have very thick hair. I found a product at a beauty supply store that I put on - I think it’s called heat glide. But I don’t believe that anything is necessary if the iron is a good one and has ceramic plates.




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      UK Girl wrote Mar 8, 2009
    • You can buy loads of heat protector products in the UK so I’m sure in the US ... the trick is not to use it too much if you have thin hair and make sure you deep condition your hair once a week ..

      By the way I have very thick hair - its my friend who has told me this by experience ..




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      Jenny09 wrote Mar 8, 2009
    • I have long fine hair and use a product called osis +
      by schwarzkopf. It is a spray on hair serum. I don’t go
      all the way to the end. And the key to making it work correctly is to take very small sections. I do 6 sections on each side, front area separately, and back I break up into
      4 sections.Sounds like alot but it just takes about 7 minutes or so to do it. Let me know if I can answer any questions
      since our hair is same type.




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