These 'Wet2Straight' straighteners from Remington are designed for use on towel dried hair, eliminating the need to blow dry. The advanced ceramic plates are infused with frizz resistant micro conditioners for a smoother result.
Rated 5 out of 5Â by shin this product has great features
i am really please with service i got from debenham as i bought this product in march and all of sudden it stop working got worried when i went back to debenham they change it for as it was still on warranty without receipt. normally i dont have any problem with remington they last very long.
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Whitbird Excellent Straighteners
I've had the older version of these and they were excellent ( still are in fact). I bought these because they were on offer and they are every bit as good as the originals.
You can adjust the heat levels and the blades have a hair conditioner that lasts the whole time of the product, I was sceptical about this but my old ones are about 4 years old and still going as well as when they were new.
The only thing I would say is that straigtening hair from wet doesn't really work. The benefit of using wet to straight as that just dried hair is never really dry, I use the wet setting for this very slightly damp hair to avoid frizz. It works a treat for me. You can use a dry setting too, you're not tied to a wet / damp setting.
I would definitely recommend.
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Merrymummy Perfect
When I use these on wet hair, my hair takes less time to do, looks shinier, and stays straighter for longer, than when I dry it then straighten it. So win win
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