Which hair straightener would be best out of the three:
Price isn't a big deal, I`m just looking for quality.
[ Answer this question ] Want to answer more questions in the Miscellaneous category? Maybe give some free advice about: Fashion and Styles? teenagedramaqueen answered Tuesday July 4 2006, 2:05 am: They are all good straighteners I was going to by the Chi also but also look at the T3 its a little more expensive then the Chi (T3$200)(Chi 100-150$) I havent really heard of the Corioliss (thats the correct spelling)
I really think the T3 is probley the best the because Tourmaline jewels are infused into the plate and the heater
-Iron heats in seconds! Adjustable temperature heat control, 410 maximum.
-Vents on the surface of the paddles allow for steam to channel through and evaporate excess water quickly.
-Steaming sound from the iron while in use is simply water hitting extreme heat.
-LED light to indicate that the iron is ready for use. (A steady red light will show as it climbs to reach the desired temperature. A blinking red flash will mean that it has attained its optimum level)
-T3 black pouch functions as a heat-resistant pad to rest iron while in use, a convenient way to store the iron for travel, and can be used to clean the plates while iron is slightly warm.
-Professional 9 ft. cord
-360 swivel cord.
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mystical_breeze answered Monday July 3 2006, 9:00 pm: I just Chi, because I have the thickest, curliest hair you can imagine. Chi straightens it right out and I can wear my hair either wavy or straight. I've been using the same Chi for two years and there has never been a problem with it, except once when I burnt my hand on it (but that was my own fault). Good luck with itt :)
xBaqofFBtcH0x answered Sunday July 2 2006, 12:51 am: ALTHOUGH everybody seems to liewk CHI...i would definitely second-think this purchase...after looking on the internet for reviews MANY people were upset because it wouldn't turn off...burnt their hands bc of the outside hotness of the straightener...straight out BROKE..and bc of various other complaints... after finding this out i saw that the company needed to figure out a few kinks in their design..SO i would reccomend SEDU
from personal experience it makes the frizziest thickest curliet rough hair feel smoothe healthy straight frizz-free and look amazingly shiny..i love it! i've had my for about a year and it is AWSOME...also it was rated the #1 straightener in 2005-2006 in allure magazine..
beachhun101 answered Saturday July 1 2006, 11:19 pm: chi definetly. i have one and it works amazing. i have the bigger one with the red velvet outside and i got it for like 140 i think on amazon when its like 200 regularly so amazon will make it cheaper. it heats up in 20 seconds and works great cus i have thick wavy hair!those are just some details about it...
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