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BaByliss 2082CU Pro 235 Hot Pink Hair Straighteners, £22.99 Delivered From Amazon.co.uk
BaByliss 2082CU Pro 235 Hot Pink Hair Straighteners, £22.99 Delivered From Amazon.co.uk

BaByliss 2082CU Pro 235 Hot Pink Hair Straighteners, £22.99 Delivered From Amazon.co.uk

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Curved plate design gives you the freedom to straighten and style your hair
Heat up to 235 degree C in just 15 seconds and maintains high heat during use
Ceramics technology for fast heat up and ultra fast heat recovery
Has 25% longer nano titanium ceramic plates for faster straightening and styling
Features 20 variable temperature settings, ideal for every hair type
3m swivel cord
Automatic switch off after 72 minutes' continuous use (If the appliance is switched on for more than 72 minutes continuously, then it will automatically switch off. If you wish to continue using the appliance after this time, simply press the on/off button to turn the power on)
On/off button with indicator light

Box Contains:
1 x BaByliss Pro 235 Styler
1 x Heat protection mat

Also available on Superdrug.com for £22.99, with additional 10% off if you spend £40 on electricals using code ELEC10 (till 16th December).

superdrug.com/Bab…555

9 Comments

Original Poster

Great reviews: amazon.co.uk/pro…ing

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Original Poster

Also available on Superdrug.com for £22.99, with additional 10% off if you spend £40 on electricals using code ELEC10 (till 16th December).

superdrug.com/Bab…555

Thanks for posting.

Any good for beards?

Original Poster

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Any good for beards?

I was going to reply with a George Clooney joke, but I'm assuming it's a serious question.

menshairforum.com/tal…air

Personally, I would say, no, as there's the potential for burns on your chin/face (straighteners hurt when you inadvertently touch skin!).

Edit: This blogger used a straightener on his beard, and says many use them before beard competitions. growabeardnow.com/str…rd/ Tread carefully, is all I will say!
Edited by: "louiselouise" 14th Dec 2014

louiselouise

I was going to reply with a George Clooney joke, but I'm assuming it's a … I was going to reply with a George Clooney joke, but I'm assuming it's a serious question.http://www.menshairforum.com/talk/Thread-Can-you-use-a-flat-iron-on-a-beard-straighten-facial-hairPersonally, I would say, no, as there's the potential for burns on your chin/face (straighteners hurt when you inadvertently touch skin!).Edit: This blogger used a straightener on his beard, and says many use them before beard competitions. http://www.growabeardnow.com/straighten-beard/ Tread carefully, is all I will say!

I've used a hair dryer in the past and that got a bit nippy. I think I'll continue to let nature take it's course.

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qbs

I've used a hair dryer in the past and that got a bit nippy. I think I'll … I've used a hair dryer in the past and that got a bit nippy. I think I'll continue to let nature take it's course.

Yeah, I was going to suggest blow-drying, hairdryers (and many straighteners) have variable temperature control, so it may need a little trial and error.

Edit: Also, the blogger from the growabeardnow mentioned he uses mini straighteners, which makes sense as it's a smaller amount of hair you're dealing with, and easier to use. My brother used to use mini straighteners when he was spiking his hair. Currys were doing mini Babyliss ones quite recently for around £8, Home Bargains, B&M would be worth looking in.

amazon.co.uk/s/r…ank

There's £4.99 Hello Kitty straighteners here, but they may take some explaining/careful storage! superdrug.com/Hel…351 (heats up to 200°C, multi-voltage)
Edited by: "louiselouise" 14th Dec 2014

louiselouise

Yeah, I was going to suggest blow-drying, hairdryers (and many … Yeah, I was going to suggest blow-drying, hairdryers (and many straighteners) have variable temperature control, so it may need a little trial and error.Edit: Also, the blogger from the growabeardnow mentioned he uses mini straighteners, which makes sense as it's a smaller amount of hair you're dealing with, and easier to use. Currys was doing mini Babyliss ones quite recently for around £8, Home Bargains, B&M would be worth looking.http://www.amazon.co.uk/s/ref=sr_st_price-asc-rank?keywords=mini+straighteners&qid=1418523283&rh=n%3A117332031%2Ck%3Amini+straighteners&sort=price-asc-rank

I'll stick to natural.

Original Poster

Price has went up to £29.99 on both Superdrug and Amazon. Got the straighteners today (I bought from Superdrug), they look great! Can't test them as they're a present. Expired
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