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    Skinny Flat Irons *UPDATED* Post 14

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    I'm looking for a decent one that won't break my bank. Any suggestions?

    I'd love to get a Chi but can't afford one.
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    i was gunna say the chi! i know its a lot pricey lol but its soooooo worth it in the long run! i hope you find a good one!
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    I have a GVC (Generic Value Products) and it works just like a Chi. You can get it at Sally's and I think it's around $60. I've had it for 3 years and everyone always wants to use mine, it works wonderfully.

    Here's my natural hair:


    To this, super flat not just straight but sleek straight like a Chi does:



    http://www.sallybeauty.com/gvp-flat-...efault,pd.html
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    Honestly I love my 14 dollar con-air that I got at wal-mart. I don't really see the need to pay for a more expensive one, it straightens my hair perfectly fine.
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    i have an andis multi heat ceramic straightner. got it for i wanna say 25 bucks, and works amazing.
    got it at walmart, its black and 1 inch
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    Quote Originally Posted by katiedelta3 View Post
    I have a GVC (Generic Value Products) and it works just like a Chi. You can get it at Sally's and I think it's around $60. I've had it for 3 years and everyone always wants to use mine, it works wonderfully.

    Here's my natural hair:


    To this, super flat not just straight but sleek straight like a Chi does:


    Cute! My hair is already straight. I want one for defrizzing and for curling.

    Does anyone happen to have this one?
    http://www.ulta.com/ulta/browse/prod...sImpprod810090
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    i got one from target that I love. It does from wet to dry as well, but it works so great for me and my hair doesn't look dry at all
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    the link i posted, i curl my hair with it, and everything.
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