Babyliss Curl secret £89.98 inc vat @ Costco instore
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Babyliss Curl secret £89.98 inc vat @ Costco instore

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Wanted a babyliss Curl Secret for a while but it's £129.99 at boots and argos. Was in Costco this weekend and its £89.98 inclusive of vat
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did they have any Babyliss curl pro?
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Not that I saw, I'm not sure why it's cold I haven't seen any near this price new!
Cheapest I've seen is £119 so don't know why it's cold, been after one for my daughter, thanks
Shouldn't be cold, have voted hot as the price is amazing, now to find someone with a Costa card!!
cheapest price ive seen by a mile!! hot

ohh mu daughter wants of these whats the difference with is and the curl pro??.... now to find me someone with a costco card ... thanks
I just bought mine from boots double discount week.. 25% off
As far as I know the pro has three heat setting and this one has two, I'm not sure of differences apart from that lol thanks for the heat, I almost didn't post this because I'm sick of trolls voting deals down for no good reason
Hot!!! Defo going to get one this week
This is a great price. I just paid £120 for mine last week from very.

The difference between the curl secret and the pro is the heat settings and a longer wire on the pro. The pro is meant to use in a salon that's it!!! The curl secret curled my thick 16" long hair in about 5 mins.
thanks for the replies i will stick with this one then
It's fab my curls stayed in without any spray
HOT HOT deal I will be purchasing mine today!
Fab....been after one of these and dont think going to get it any cheaper than this!!
Differences between the Curl Secret & the Pro are:

- Pro has 3 heat settings, Secret has 2.
- Pro has the option to select the direction of the curl
- Pro has a longer cord, as previously mentioned it's aimed at hair professionals in salons.
- Pro has 6 month warranty, Secret has 3 year warranty (According to an Amazon review)
Which Costco did you find this in and in any particular area? I go to Southampton one and haven't seen these
Hi, for those who can't do Costco Boots instore have 10% off a £45 Electrical beauty spend making it £108 then on a points night £24 back in points!!
Do these things work? I don't want to lust after another hair gadget that doesn't do much to my hair (or I'm too rubbish at using to make it work properly I guess) like the remington spin curl or the babyliss root boost lol x
Cheapest other than this is Argos at £101.99 at mo til 19/11/13
This is amazing - I got mine a couple of weeks ago and use it most days now

I used to hate curling my hair and the curls always lasted a couple of hours or so - this is ridiculously easy and the curls last all day!
Edited by: "torizia" 13th Nov 2013
Heard a few rumors of hair getting stuck in this and burning, then needing to be cut off...
Costco Birmingham don't even sell this product - any fuel deals about so I can claw back the diesel I've just wasted?
It was Costco Gateshead I bought it if you call your local store they will tell you if they stock them. It has a safety feature to stop you getting any hair tangled and I've had no issues with it, I have long hair and I've put too much into it getting over excited and getting my hair back out was easy. I can't curl my hair for toffee but this gives amazing curls and its really easy.
Costco have apparently sold out everywhere. They are expecting a limited amount of stock approximately middle of December but this might be delayed further.
Hombase have £101
Boots £107.99 with there 10% off plus £12 in advantage points online today & tomorrow also quidco 6.48

Edited by: "allypally" 13th Nov 2013
[quote=stephjones908]Hi, for those who can't do Costco Boots instore have 10% off a £45 Electrical beauty spend making it £108 then on a points night £24 back in points!!

How do you get £24.00 in points?

It's currently £12 when spend £75 online.

Thanks
Instore you get £12 per £50 spent on points nights, ours is tomorrow. You get 1200 for spending £75 online.
Instore you will get 1200 for every £50 you spend so you WILL get 2400 is you spend £100, 3600 if you spend £150 and so on and so on.
Edited by: "stephjones908" 14th Nov 2013
How do you get £24.00 worth of points?
£102 in John lewis.
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