AS SEEN ON TV...We all have seen them on TV and wonder, "Do they really work?"
Let's start the ProHair curling system or automatic curler.
It looks like a flat iron with a round motor on the end. It is used by putting your hair in small sections, then the curler feeds your hair through the end motor. When your hair is released, it is in a strong ribbon curl. Does it work? Yes. Can you buy a cheaper one and get the same results? Yes. I actually recommend buying the more inexpensive brand first. You can see if you like the tool; then when it breaks down, you can decide to replace with a better one or decide the look isn't for you.
It is a rotating curling iron that presses with a brush. It claims to take wet curly hair to straight hair with one pass. Does it really work? No, not with one pass and not wet to dry. You will burn your hair off if you do that. Will it straighten my hair? Yes, it will--with small sections of already dried hair. Curly hair is more brittle than straight hair. Adding heat and water will make it break more. I do not recommend this product yet. A flat iron will get closer to the roots. And if you use a boar bristle brush after you flat iron, you can get the same shine.
NONO Hair Removal.
It is a hair burning removal system. The TV advertisement embellishes the claims. It does not work on all types of hair. Will it remove hair? Yes, with time, constant use, and heat. If you have sensitive skin, this product is not for you. If you want permanent hair loss, go get a series of laser treatments. But if you have a small area and are not sensitive and have the right type of hair and skin, it will work. It is a big investment for a maybe result.
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