Conair BABNT3050 Pro Nano Titanium Mini Straightening Iron
Ultra-smooth titanium plates with a Ryton housing able to withstand ultra-high heat. Super lightweight, well-balanced irons with LED temperature controls, built-in ionic generator and extra-long plates. Heats up to 450F.see more...
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- "My best friend has this product and it's seriously amazing I have curly hair and with this strightner I only have to pass it once and my hair is straight" in 18 reviews
- "i was looking for this for a good price for a while ever since the new stylist i went to got my THICK hair straight with just a flat iron(doesnt happen on my hair), i was like omg lol, because for my hair a pressing comb is what can only get it bone sstraight...so i had found it on ebay(first time ever buying from them) i think like $60 total (which these retail for like $120-200 super expensive, mine is bigger then this mini and its gold and it works !!" in 14 reviews
- "So about 5 or 6 years ago, my hair dresser at the time told me to get one of these because it would "change my life."" in 9 reviews
- "I never used any other straightener besides a Chi - the Babyliss goes through my hair 10x better than any Chi I have ever owned, and there is no pulling." in 9 reviews
- "I noticed that I can even straighten my hair with a lower heat setting than other irons which is good for avoiding damage!" in 8 reviews
Before I purchased my first BaByliss, I did a lot of research. I knew I needed high heat because of how coarse my hair is, and a lot of the flat irons out there don't have adjustable temperatures or max out at 400 degrees. I needed the 450 degree setting (which, by the way, will burn your fingers if you touch it right after running the iron over it). My sister has hair very similar to mine and between the two of us, we have tried most of the big brands. However, I found this flat iron to be my favorite. It holds the heat well, slides smoothly, goes up to 450 degrees... I just absolutely love it. And it was cheaper than a lot of the brands salons tends to suggest. I told myself I would spend what I needed to on a good flat iron that was going to last. I didn't need those $250+ flat irons. This one will be a keeper forever. There is a warranty on it too, but if it dies, I will honestly just buy a new one because I can't go without my flat iron.
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