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What's a good curling iron that isn't too expensive?

I have a curling iron now. Its 1"...I think. It's really old and I need a new one. Are there any good curling irons that isn't gonna break the bank?

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Check out the wand curling iron in Walmart I don't think it's so expensive and it works really good.

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I would get a cheap one from Walmart or Biglots, or the cheapest stores you have where you live

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target!!!!

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Look for the brand conair, at possibly a drug store or a walmart. Its afordable and good working. The new wand is my favourite.

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any baby bliss product works well on ALL HAIR TEXTURES they have that ceramic blade to add that nice shine also!

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Tryy At Di Marco Bestt Hairr Productss Everr For Only Likk $12

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Well cheap ones aren't really a good investment, you might as well get a good one once and stick with it. I have a Karmin G3 salon pro clipless curling iron and I think it's the best one out there. Really fast and gives you really nice curls :)

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walmart, target, i think u don't need an iron curly hair, u look cute with ur straight hair

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I use the Karmin G3 Salon Pro Clipless Curling Iron which is really good, it makes pretty long lasting curls and waves, plus keeps the hair soft, shiny and smooth. if you are interested you can check it out @safrons.com :D

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