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GiellBeauty reviews and shows you how to use the FHI Heat Technique Ceramic Ion styling iron.
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Hi, it’s Arraine. Actually, I want to make an overview of the FHI heat technique one standing iron. It’s not my favorite, it does the job, and one thing I don’t like about it is there’s no heat selection, just the on-off switch.
So we turn it on, does it heats up fast, make you use as straightener and it’s always on the highest temperature then there is no need to have a lower heat setting. I further heat setting on my bangs, otherwise they fall too flat, comes with the manual course instructions on to styling tips. It’s got a maximum temperature of 450. So its pretty hot, pretty quick and the length just stays on, so probably you don’t know when it has reach the maximum temperature which I also found most hair strengtheners. Even like the flicker or it will indicate that its reach the highest temperature where’s this one says it does it 15 seconds but I can still touch the place its hot. But we will see how it works let’s see. Anything I found to is it doesn’t feel as smooth as previous irons in have used, move like I ironed down my hair.
Now just the job, we will try curling and anything you are able, we move here around and you see it doesn’t really have the curl. So not, it is not versatile to all but I mean if you are looking for an art that is going to straighten and you don’t have the heat selection then I mean it can be for you; otherwise, I got to recommend a different hair straightener.
Stay tuned, next I am going to do a review on the current salon Pro G3, it’s the new hair straightener from Carmen one of my favorites. So yes be sure to check, out my next video and see the results of that one, thanks.