For those with no life except to hang around on Meh until midnight to make the first post; please - no cute remarks, puns, gutter language, etc. - - - just give an evaluation or forget about using the enter key. Thank you.
Hey Mehtizen’s, it’s me @Mandirose, one of the 2 (actually 3 as of last week) female buyers here at Meh. Spoiler Alert, this is my product, so take whatever I say knowing that it’s in my best interest to sell it to you. That aside, I test a LOT of hair tools here in the office. If you don’t believe me, go to morningsave.com. I have also bought many hair straighteners in the past 15 years, more than I care to even admit. I was skeptical of this straightener before trying because I have been burned (literally and figuratively) in the past buying cheap straighteners that don’t get the job done.
That said, the 1.25” straightener is a great deal at $25. It heats up quickly, maintains it’s temp and doesn’t catch when you’re straightening. As for the mini, I won’t lie, it’s not nearly as good as the full size but it would definitely get the kinks out of your bangs or smooth out any frizz. I spent a lot on my current straightener and while I would say it is superior to this one, it was 6x the price and definitely no where near 6x the quality.
TL;DR I’m biased, but if you have hair and you want to straighten it, this is a good deal.
@cengland0 no option to turn it off and from a quick look up “far-infrared heat to protect your hair and cuticle from damage, preserve moisture, and locks in hair color to create silky soft, glossy, and elegant static free hair”
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Irregardless, why would you use a straightener on those curls? So cute.
@hchavers I think most people have slightly wavy, wonky hair (not curly like Merida, or pin-straight). The straightener kinda evens it out. Flattens the cuticle; makes it shiny. “Cleans it up,” if you will.
The mention of th Atlanta Hawks in the description reminded me of the Falcons. The straightener is $25. The Atlanta Falcons blew a 25 point lead against the Patriots in the Super Bowl.
P. S. I’m happy with my flatiron.
Personally, unless your hair is a certain thickness, Curly Hair does Not always look amazing. Straight hair has a round shaft. Curly hair has a flat shaft. I have naturally Curly hair, and with the right products, It Looks Amazing… And No, after trying to iron it in the late 60’s, I have Not tried to straighten it. Why would I want to ruin it? I am happy with what I have, not many are so lucky… Yay! And Man, who has all that time to “Burn” in the AM?