Babyliss Shape and Smooth HotAir Hair Styler Reviews
Product Type: Babyliss Hair Styler
Newest Review: ... and helps dry hair. Here are my thoughts on it. The Babyliss product cost me around the £30.00 mark and as I mentioned, ... more
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by - written on 20/11/12, updated on 20/11/12 (Very useful, 116 readings)
For those of you that may have read any of my previous reviews, you will have seen that I have a number of problems with my hair! It is prone to frizz and it really plays me up, I was fortunate to have recently been on a spa day, we then planned a girly trip for an evening meal which meant that after the spa, I needed to tame my wet hair as I had been swimming, in a Jacuzzi and then let loose in the sauna so it was certainly in need of styling, this is when my Babyliss Shape and Smooth hot air styler came in really useful. It was something that I brought about a year ago now to try and help give some volume when styling my hair. I had used it prior to the spa trip but it Read the complete review
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