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I needed a new flat iron. Badly.
If I’m being honest, hair is just not my thing. I’d much rather spend the money on new makeup, but there’s just no getting around it if I want to have half-decent looking hair. I’d post a picture of what I’m working with here, but let’s be honest, that’d be way too embarrassing.
I’ve always had wild, unruly hair, and therefore I’ve burned through countless flat irons in my years attempting to tame it. None worked very well at all.
I can’t be the only girl with this problem, right?
Unless you’re one of the lucky ones born with silky, smooth hair, (in which case I seriously envy you,) flat ironing is a necessary evil only made worse by a crummy appliance.
Following a hair cut that hacked off roughly 75% of my total hair volume, I was ready for a change. I itched for a flat iron that transformed my wiry, multicultural hair into a silky wave of shininess.
But I didn’t want to spend a ton of money. Because like I said, I don’t like styling my hair that much anyway.
And today, I’m going to tell you if I regret that decision.