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Lately, I’ve been talking a lot about straightening my hair this fall, and caught a great deal today. Since my hair is much longer than when I first purchased my Croc Infrared (about a year ago), I was wondering if it would be better for me to get a 1.5 inch flat iron to supplement my 1 inch. I jumped on a Groupon deal I got today – $65 for the 1.5 inch Sedu from Folica. Normally, this flat iron will run you about $100-130 – I actually used to have a Sedu before I broke it and switched to Chi (which I didn’t really like), so I trust the brand and its quality.
But that’s not all! When I went to the Folica site to reiterate the quality of Sedus (ie, read the specs and reviews), I saw that they have ANOTHER deal to get a 1 inch Sedu for $75 and Folica currently has a coupon code for $25 off $75 with FINALLYFALL, so you can get it for $50! I almost opted for this one instead, but thought it would be a little silly for me to get another 1 inch iron, especially since I’m barely halfway to my ultimate length goal. Also, I used to have the 1.5 inch, and my hair was shorter than it is now.
Fall and winter are the best times to straighten your hair because the dews usually drop, so if you’re curious…BUT remember to ALWAYS use a heat protectant, opt for one pass if possible, and use the lowest heat setting you can. At the MAX – 410 (under 400 is better if you have fine hair, but for coarse hair like mine, 375 does nada!)….no 450 here!!
Catch you on the flip side…xoxo
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