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T3 Singlepass X
Which hair type is it good for? Straight Wavy Curly Coiled Tightly Coiled A straightener with 50 percent more power and 1.5-inch wide plates that is specifically designed to straighten long, thick, or coarse hair fast. Key benefits: - Straightens in a single glide - Maintains consistent heat - Adds shine If you want to know more…Demanding hair meets its match. It features an innovative audio/visual interface and advanced digital heating system that maintains consistent heat while styling to straighten in a single glide. T3 Tourmaline® and ceramic proprietary ionic technology ensures a long-lasting smooth and shiny finish, while the wide plates cover a wider surface area to straighten more hair in less time. The five adjustable heat settings provide the optimum heat level for any hair type and the ergonomic and lightweight design offers an effortless styling experience. This comes with two ultra-strong pro sectioning clips to hold hair in place and a heat-resistant mat to protect surfaces from iron heat. Auto world voltage: auto adjusts to the local power supply (100-240V) plug adapter needed and one-hour automatic shut-off lets you style hair, worry-free. The Singlepass X is enhanced with intelligent digital technology to work in one pass. An internal microchip controls temperature fluctuation ensuring even, optimal heat. The nine-foot professional-length cord makes styling easy, and the two-year warranty features comprehensive coverage and support options. see more...
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T3 Singlepass X
This is the only straightner I have ever owned it is amazing and easy to use. I use it almost everyday and love it
This is the best flat iron. Super pricey but deff worth the impulse buy if you are looking for a good flat iron.
Its good, not great, but okay. does what it's supposed to but it's just not exciting. Very bland and done before
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I want To get it please is amazing
How well does this work on a thinner hair?
Is this worth the cost???
My hairs pretty thin, so should I just go with a cheaper one?
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