Nicky Clarke Desired salon pro straightener NSS165
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About this item
This NSS165 hair straightener by Nicky Clarke is made with advanced ceramic plating for even heat distribution and damage limitation. The floating plates are made with smoothing tourmaline technology while the four different heat settings, which go up to 230 C, cater for a breadth of different hair types.
Ceramic technology for beautiful shine and even heat - no hot spots
Variable heat settings (4), adjust the temperature to suit your hair type
Max temperature 230 C for pro salon styling
Nano Silver technology to leave hair beautifully shiny and radiant
2.7m cord lenth
Automatic worldwide voltage
Tourmaline technology to help make hair smoother, softer and easy to style
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Emma Great item
Make your hair soft & lovely, really great value too
Rated 1 out of 5Â by pb13 Not fit for purpose
I have tried to use these several times, they do not fit in my hand comfortably and so much of my hair has caught on the corner of the plates and pulled out. Not worth the money. Avoid!
Rated 1 out of 5Â by Rosie Save your money
I bought two pairs of these for myself and my daughter as on the box they suggested they were as good as GHD's. They are difficult to use as they have a dial to turn depending on hair thickness, it is difficult to see which setting you are on.After spending a long time straightening my hair it was still curly. I have had GHD's and they straightened my hair in minutes. I was really disappointed and feel I have wasted my money
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