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Original CHI flat iron?

Original CHI flat iron?

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Chir Flat Irons are one of the best on the market, a little pricy, but the are great straightening irons. It keeps my frizzy hair soft and smooth even in humid weather. They last much longer than average flat irons so the price may be worth it. Also, they sell Chi hair products like their silk infusion, which is great for before and after straightening. And if you want to get it cheaper than they sell in stores they have new ones on Ebay.
That iron is awesome. Any CHI product or iron is good. Its works real well, and its a good brand. Cant go wrong when using CHI. We have CHI products and irons at my work (salon), and we used them in Cosmo school. That iron was America's #1 flat iron.
I have had one for about 5 years and it is great. I use it almost everyday on my hair - just don't hold it on your hair like a curling iron. Sweep it down and let the hair cool a bit before doing it again. Otherwise you run the risk of burning your hair. And if you are blonde, natural or otherwise, I would suggest the CHI iron with temperature controls - the lowest setting is best for blondes. I also use Bumble Bumble Straight Gel Biosilk for moisture and flyaways before blow-drying and ironing. Hope this helps you out!
Never think of flushing an automatic transmission. This high priced potentially damaging process forces dirty transmission fluid through the delicate valve body. Have the transmission pan removed, let it drain and change the transmission filter.
the normal service table for your car is to inspect transmission fluid every 15,000 miles and to replace as needed if your tranny is shifting funny and the fluid is brownish then a transmission service including new filter(if equipped) should be performed and shouldnt cost more than 200.00 dollors.

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