Friday, November 30, 2012

Flat Iron Experts

I recently had the opportunity to review the KQC X-Heat Tourmaline Ceramic Flat Iron from Flat Iron Experts. I was in pressed with it the first time I laid eyes on it as I have never seen an iron so light to lift and the style was great as well. The features of the KQC X-Heat Tourmaline Ceramic Flat Iron are:
That it distributes heat evenly across your hair surface so it eliminates damaging hot spots. Preserves more moisture, eliminates frizz and causes less damage.  This purpose of the flat iron is to help tame and straighten unruly hair. Does your hair just fly everywhere and have curly hair that just won’t be tamed? You should give this a try!  How it works is it uses negative ion energy which can stop the growth of bacteria, fungus and so on which can result in healthier hair and scalp. Negative ion energy is powerful enough to break apart clusters of water molecules, the smaller water molecules penetrate into the hair shaft by slipping between the cuticles, adding plumpness/volume to hair. The bombardment of negative ions also closes the hair cuticle, which is very good for the health and appearance of the hair. It also uses Far Infrared Heat which is electro-magnetic waves of energy, totally invisible to the naked eye, capable of penetrating deep into the human body, including the hair shaft. It therefore dries the hair from the inside out. The result is that more moisture remains in the hair shaft and there is less damage to the hair. My impression of the product is it helped tame my hair as it has fly a ways and gets frizzy. It also came with a holder for the KQC X-Heat Tourmaline Ceramic Flat Iron from Flat which you put the hot end into it instead of the counter which it could burn and cause a fire. To learn more about this flat iron visit   they have so many flat irons to choose from.

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Declaimer: I was in no way compensated for this review and this is solely my own opinion which may differ from yours.

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