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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote nycdiva357 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Feb 09 2013 at 1:11am
nyc- mom ouch you burned me
mom-hush its just the grease
nyc-nah im pretty sure that was metal against my head.

shytttttttttt.

but one thing.. between that hot comb n grease.. my hair stayed straight.. no matter how much i sweat. it was straight until wash day.

when i flat iron my natural hair after a good sweat.. im back to afro status. lol
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Originally posted by Bored w/Out Me? Bored w/Out Me? wrote:

Heck Yeah....still own one
so does my mom...the same one she burnt my ears off with when i was a kid.Sleepy
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote carolina cutie Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Feb 09 2013 at 1:22am
I remember a piece of my hair reverted on picture day when I was like 7 or 8 after she used the pressing comb to get it straight. It was right before I left to go walk to school and my mom had the ironing board and iron still out. Sure enough, she had me come over and she 'ironed' that piece out. Even she was laughing at herself while she ironed while I was scared I was going to get burned. 

In the end, it actually looked okay.DisapproveLOL
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I got heat damage from a marcel iron last year. Went to some "beautician" I didn't know. Asked her if she put in heat protection and she said yes (probably was more like some type of grease or pink oil, ughhh!) Then I smelled burnt hair. I asked her to tone it down, she said she would. Then the dude with the business next door came rushing in, asking if something was burning in here. From then on, I knew my hair was toast.
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Originally posted by JoliePoufiasse JoliePoufiasse wrote:

I got heat damage from a marcel iron last year. Went to some "beautician" I didn't know. Asked her if she put in heat protection and she said yes (probably was more like some type of grease or pink oil, ughhh!) Then I smelled burnt hair. I asked her to tone it down, she said she would. Then the dude with the business next door came rushing in, asking if something was burning in here. From then on, I knew my hair was toast.
Pink oil is bad for any type of hair . Marceli rons are great if the tech knows how to use one . I would have slap her lol .
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my gramma used to get my hair straight as sh*t.  I used to fall asleep in her chair when she did my hair.  Even with the best flat irons on the market....they still didn't yield the same results as
 
 
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I still have burn marks on my ears. My mother always found a way to me for getting burned, I could have been still as a statue and I think she would have tapped my ears with that hot comb regardless. 

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Originally posted by newdiva1 newdiva1 wrote:

my gramma used to get my hair straight as sh*t.  I used to fall asleep in her chair when she did my hair.  Even with the best flat irons on the market....they still didn't yield the same results as
 

 



I agree. I have an electric one that I use on my roots, I still want one that you put on a stove. I just can't get with these newfangled, space technology, infrared laser light flatirons nowdays, I feel as though the bad effects won't surface until later. I wish I could find a metal plate flatiron.
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i feared the hot comb like a feared the belt/slipper!

My poor ears
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I use a comb to protect ears

the hotcomb newdiva posted looks well seasoned
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