Comments about Kiss Ceramic Root Straightener, 1/2 inch, 1 ea:
I purchased this root straightener because it was modestly priced and I have been relaxer free for 1 year which translates to edges that are harder to manage. I watched a few online tutorial videos and decided to try this product out. I don't have coarse hair but my hair is thick and curly at my roots and edges (my ends are still relaxed). The product is lightweight and easy to use but it simply doesn't get hot enough for straightening purposes. I can literally touch the "ceramic" portion when it is close to the highest setting and not receive a burn. The temperature also fluctuates a lot while you are using the straightener. It feels like dragging a lukewarm comb through your hair. I wonder if buying a more expensive root straightener would have been better, but at this point I'm not willing to try any more products like this. Do not waste your money. I would suggest buying an electric hot comb instead. I am very happy with mine and that is what I currently use on my edges.
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Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
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