Wet-To-Dry Hair Straightening Irons?

Has anyone out there purchased any of the new straightening irons that are to be used on wet hair? They're supposed to relieve you of having to use both a blow dryer and a round brush to straighten your hair--which I'm really getting tired of, feels like my arms are going to fall out of the sockets! If you have tried one, do you like it and which brand did you get? Thanks for any advice!


Lynn from Chico, CA

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November 7, 20060 found this helpful

Do yourself a favor. Do not use a straightening iron or a curling iron on your hair when it's wet. These are much hotter than hair dryers and are very damaging. With the temperature of the iron it is the equivalent to boiling your hair! That can't be a good thing!!

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By Guest (Guest Post)
November 9, 20060 found this helpful

I bought one (can't remember the brand) and regretted it. It took me three times as long to do my hair. And, your hair gets so hot (not necessarily dry) that I kept burning my hands from my hair!

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November 11, 20060 found this helpful

My daughter has one. I don't recall the brand.I am a hairdresser, and it did not seem to harm her fine, thin hair. We do use professional shampoo and conditioners though.


She did not use it every day, but just a few timea a week. I also used it on her hair, and yes, the hair did get very hot, and I did sometimes burn my finger. But the results were good, and I felt it saved time

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By Susan (Guest Post)
December 12, 20060 found this helpful

I bought one and it just made my hair frizzy as it was sizzling - not a good idea.

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By KELC (Guest Post)
March 18, 20070 found this helpful

i bought one from walmart were you can change the heat depending if it is wet or dry or thin or thick it works great the price was about $20 so it was really cheap and helps my hair alot the brand is Remmington(i think it is spellled like that) wet 2 style. it works great

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By Amy (Guest Post)
September 19, 20070 found this helpful

I bought a Remington brand wet to dry straightener from Target for about $30 and I love it! It has different settings for dry, moist, and wet hair. I would definitely recommend it.

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