Babyliss Total Freedom 230 Reviews
Product Type: Babyliss Hair Straightener
Description:Brand: Babyliss / Straightener. 230C top temperature. Ultra fast heat-up. Constant high heat. 25% longer slim Tourmaline-Ceramic plates. Up to 4min cordless use. Replace to power base and it will return to full temperature within seconds.
Newest Review: ... (like GHD's) and are great for thick and thin hair. They do not burn your hair either and are ok to use everyday but i would ... more
by - written on 06/01/08 (Very useful, 226 readings)
Just before i went to university, i was borrowing a pair of straghteners from my girlfriend. They were one of the cheap pairs you can get for £10. They were terrible. I was skint at the time and so they had to do. However when i got there i really didnt want to stick with them, and found these. They had great reviews, and the were not wrong. They can heat up to 230c, which is the same as GHDs, and come with the ceramic plates and all. I don't really know much about the ceramic stuff, and what difference that makes, however i can tell you that these work great. I have used GHDs from a friend before, and i liked them. Those died shortly after (which ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/05/08 (Very useful, 293 readings)
I bought these hair straighteners about a year ago from Argos on offer at around 29.99, being Babyliss I thought they would have the pre-conceived build quality and reputable ability to straighten my hair minus any major issues. Unfortunately I found this not to be the case..! Don't get me wrong these straighteners are good if you rarely straighten your hair, but for someone who does on a regular basis they are not worth the money. ~~ Product Specification ~~ Either cordless or corded Tourmaline coated plates Thermo-ceramic heated plates 230 degrees maximum Variable temperature Fast heat-up 5 different heat ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/04/10 (Very useful, 72 readings)
A couple of week's ago, my trusty old GHDs packed in on me. I must mention that I am obsessed with keeping my hair poker straight and in good shiny condition and have always had the "best" most expensive straighteners. Usually GHDS or similar. However, I wanted a cheap but decent pair of straighteners while my GHDS were away getting repaired and I picked these as they were reduced to £20.00 and heat up to 230degrees. I wasn't really too fussed about them being cordless but I did try it out anyway. First Impression: On opening the box I actually thought they looked like GHDs and was quite excited. They come with a docking station and a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/07/09 (Very useful, 179 readings)
After my old straighteners started to get worn out, and weren't heating up as fast, I decided to branch out and buy a new pair. As I straighten my hair everyday, I needed a pair with a lot of heat, and that would last a very long time, I had my eye on a set of GHD's but when I seen the price, I changed my mind! But then a friend recommend 'BaByliss Total Freedom Straightener' to me, after some research and looking at other straighteners, I found that many people were pleased with these straighteners, so I decided to go out and buy a pair and I soon fell in love with them! I bought these from Argos a while after the straighteners were released, so I didn't pay as ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/08/08 (Very useful, 151 readings)
I bought these straighteners when they first came out, for around £45 from boots. I bought them mainly because of the fact that you can un-attach the cord, as I find that sometimes cords aren't long enough, or I get wrapped up in the cord :P You can use them like normal, with the lead attached to the bottom, or you can plug the end of the lead (that would normally be in the straighteners), into the base, and stand the straighteners up in that. It's really handy if you have thick hair like me, and have to partition your hair to straighten it, as you can stand them up so that they recharge whilst you rearrange your hair :P They go up ... Read the complete review
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