Babylis curl secret half price £59.99 @ Sainsbury's
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Babylis curl secret half price £59.99 @ Sainsbury's

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Found 5th Feb 2015
Babyliss curl secret, reduced to £59.99 in store at my local sainsburys in Shirley Southampton, not sure if national, best price I've ever seen for them.

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Best price by a long shot I have seen! Surprised this isn't hotter yet. Wish I hadnt cut my hair off

Smokin Hot!!!!

Got these at Xmas, love them. Heat

Wow amazing price! Great curler too!

Wow brilliant

great price

Wow

that's an amazing price! I want one! oO
heat!

Got mine for £16.00 from tesco but it was a misprint on the SEL so I couldn't post it as a deal! Amazing curlers, and cheap at £60. HOT from me

Great buy bought these a few months ago for £100

I've got one of these and love it. Fab price and heat added

fantastic price, I have these and they're worth every penny

Original Poster

Weirdly I took mine back to Costco last night for a refund, they're ok but for my long hair they're too clunky and big and fiddly, I get much better results using a wand and find it tons easier, but if this deal helps anyone else

Nice

Jealous! Bought mind before Xmas for £90, been worth it though, I love them, they are so easy to use and give me curls that last longer than five minutes (all night in fact). If you're not sure, trust me, go for it.

it might b store specific as I've tried Halifax and Bradford Store but still on higher price. Gutted!

I love these but not sure how good they would be on shoulder length hair

katyleanne

Weirdly I took mine back to Costco last night for a refund, they're ok … Weirdly I took mine back to Costco last night for a refund, they're ok but for my long hair they're too clunky and big and fiddly, I get much better results using a wand and find it tons easier, but if this deal helps anyone else



I've waist length hair-you reckon these are no gos then?

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kpeat01

I've waist length hair-you reckon these are no gos then?



Well I struggled with them as I couldn't reach back of my hair to see what to do, my hair also knotted in them so I opt for a curling wand instead, I just tie my hair in the centre of my head, curl the ponytail strands and when you let it out you have perfect curls

I've got a shoulder length bob and they didn't do much for my hair. On the box it does say something about not working on too long hair so if it's waist length I think I think you might be wasting your money hth. Hot deal though

kpeat01

I've waist length hair-you reckon these are no gos then?


I doubt they'd be any good to you, my hairs perhaps slightly shorted than waist length and it was too long especially once doing the top layer - apparently you need the PRO version for longer hair. Want to return mine to Tesco, hope they will be ok about it

katyleanne

Well I struggled with them as I couldn't reach back of my hair to see … Well I struggled with them as I couldn't reach back of my hair to see what to do, my hair also knotted in them so I opt for a curling wand instead, I just tie my hair in the centre of my head, curl the ponytail strands and when you let it out you have perfect curls



Could you have bought a fake one without knowing? I saw them on bbc and they tangled peoples hair really badly

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They were genuine from Costco but just weren't suitable, I have to admit I was tempted to buy them again when I saw them for this price and give them as a present!

katyleanne

Weirdly I took mine back to Costco last night for a refund, they're ok … Weirdly I took mine back to Costco last night for a refund, they're ok but for my long hair they're too clunky and big and fiddly, I get much better results using a wand and find it tons easier, but if this deal helps anyone else



How much did you pay at Costco?

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£95. Luckily for me they're flexible with their returns and just gave me the full cash back for them

Curled mine this morning for the first time since buying these and the curl is beautiful, has a real bounce to it... just like in the movies, worth every penny!!

Are they any good on thick hair? I've got loads of thick wavy hair that's a few inches below my shoulder. Would love to have bouncy curls.. Would I need to straighten my hair before I use this?

I have passed my shoulder length hair and there perfect one,my hair is also really thick so yeah I would advice to buy!! there fab!! and the curls last forever(just be careful how much hair you put in the machine) hope this helps!! heat added!!:-) x

Gutted I can't find one at this price, they've got back up to £119 in all my local stores

Not in leamington spa, they are full price there

Just over a year ago I purchased them for my GF. It was Christmas and everywhere was sold out. Hence I went to a commercial salon supplier and purchased the PRO version.

My GF tried them out and was blown away by the results. Incredible curls, long lasting and on fine hair, for which she struggles to put body into. She said the results were easily as good as going to the salon for a blow dry and they make her hair appear thicker too.

Expensive (£150 for the PRO!), but absolutely worth it. She uses them all the time. Her hair is past shoulder length, but not waist length.

Highly recommended.
Cheers.
Brewer

Argh I want these so badly but cant get to a Sainsburys this evening, so jealous of anyone who manages to bag a bargain!

must must must check this out.

my local had about 5 of these at full price a few days ago, might look, couldnt get the straightners whe nthey were on offer though.

full price at Bolton store £119.99

paid £120 for these at Xmas for daughter, she has used them once (on her friend's hair ...) - she prefers her wand. Mind you they look difficult to use to me, although I only use GHD straighteners not curly things!

Great price want some for my daughter will look In My local store thanks

cat410

full price at Bolton store £119.99



Thanks for sharing - I was going to make a special trip to check boohoo

My boyfriend bought me these for Xmas last year - used them a couple of times! They're the best curlers I've ever personally used but you still need a lot of hairspray!

£120 in my local store blackheath
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