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    Posted: Mar 26 2010 at 1:55pm
By CHEAP I mean less than $30. I'm not ready to dive in and buy the CHI.


Andis any good?
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I have a jilbere de paris from Sally's and it was btw $30 and $40.... I think they have models btw $20 and $30....
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I use this one by Conair, and I absolutely love it! I got it for 30$ at walmart (in canada, so it will probably be even cheaper in the states) and it works very well. It is different than most flat irons since it has little "picks" or bristles on the inside of one of the "walls" so that it combs through and seperates your hair WHILE straightening. This allows all of your strands to be adequately straightened well...also, it has a setting that allows you to flat iron wet hair... I hope the above link works! Tongue


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conair 25 chi when catching an online sale 55.
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Andis works great! I got mine for $15 at walmart 3 years ago and it is still working well. No need to spend $100 on a chi. I bought one of those and it died on me less than a year later.
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I loved my andis, i still have it but no longer use it. it did chip a bit on me and start to snag my hair, but that was very, very infrequently. I've since bought an FHI and there is a marked difference in the outcome but if you're not flat ironing a lot an Andis can definitely do the job.
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Originally posted by love_akihsoy love_akihsoy wrote:

I have a jilbere de paris from Sally's and it was btw $30 and $40.... I think they have models btw $20 and $30....


This. Second to my Sedu, it's the best iron I've ever owned. I used it for five years straight, and it's never failed me. The only reason I stopped using it is because my hair changed and I stopped getting the results I wanted, plus, I wanted a slimmer iron. Thirty to forty bucks is well worth the investment.
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Redd flat irons are also good, you can pick one up at your local bss and they range from 20-30 dollars 
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