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Thursday, August 7, 2008

Product Review: H2PRO 1 1/4" Ceramic Flat Iron from


H2PRO - Master Series Features:

* Temperature: Variable 140 to 450 Degrees F
* Ceramic Plate Size: 90mm x 32mm (3 1/2" x 1 1/4")
* Automatic Sense Recovery System: Quickly recovers heat to the ceramic plates
* Multi Functional Hair Styling Iron: Straightens, Curls, Flips, and capable of creating many different styles
* ON/OFF Switch with LED light
* Heat up time in seconds
* Efficient and cost effective to operate
* Swivel power cord will never tangle
* Power Consumption only 58 Watts
* 1 Year manufacturers warranty

It’s hard to find a really good ceramic flat iron that’s in a good price range and actually works. There are instances where the "you get what you pay for" rule applies, and when it comes to something delicate as your hair, you can't just use anything. Cheap flat irons last for how many months, and don't work very well. I end up buying different flat irons that the total amount I spent, I could have bought one that works the way I want it and lasts. Well look no more ladies! I introduce, the H2PRO Ceramic Flat Iron from It also comes with a FREE Heat-Proof Pouch for immediate storage. Check out the website for more product reviews from customers who also bought this!

I have tried a few flat irons in the past, all of them have been “drugstore” brands such as Revlon and Conair simply because I refused to pay a lot for a flat iron thinking they all worked the same, but boy was I wrong! My flat iron before trying the H2PRO flat iron was the Conair Wet/Dry hair straightener which damaged my hair leaving it still wavy, frizzy, and bone dry. I simply stopped using flat irons after that.

All my friends were getting the higher-end brands that both straighten AND curl your hair, so I was excited to finally try this out! It heats up quickly, thin enough to travel with and makes it easier to work with larger sections of the hair or “hard to reach” areas near the scalp; rather than the more square and wider flat irons. It also has a long cord which is a plus for me!

In just one stroke from my scalp to my ends, my hair is smooth and straight, and not at all dry; I don't have to keep running the iron on the same section of hair just to get my desired result, it's done in one sweep with the H2PRO. I love how it keeps my hair straight all day, even in change of weather! I had flat irons that kept my hair straight for a good hour, only to have my hair go back to being naturally wavy, basically useless and a waste of money. With the H2PRO flat iron I am never disappointed because it has an Automatic Sense Control System which provides you with consistent temperatures and instant heat recovery for continuous straightening, so you get the same result each time, and it leaves my hair silky smooth and shiny, and it has a long swivel cord so that you aren't getting tangled! So you if you are still searching for a flat iron worth your time and money, definitely gives this a try! I know all my friends loved it when they tried mine.

HURRY! They have them on sale at for only $99.99 and it's originally $159.99!

Find my YouTube demo on it: here.


Askmewhats said...

Hi sis, i am one of those who bought cheapo flat irons just to save up coz I just can't shell out a lot for flat iron! and you're right, it does make a difference to buy a nicer one and it works and stays "working" for long time! :D Love your video!

Jaimie @ Just Kiss 'N Makeup said...

What a great sale. Never be cheap when it comes to flat irons. Our hair is so important to us, its really an investment.

Jen said...

hmmm... honestly, it sounded like an advertorial to me. BUT THAT'S OKAY!! I had the same problem with flat irons. I bought one of those mall ones off of ebay (herstyler?) and it just wasn't all it's cracked up to be. I ended up buying a farouk biosilk iron, which is the same brand as chi, and it seems to work better. :P I dunno. It's my belief that ALL heated stylers damage your hair it's just avoiding the ones that damage more. Haha. Thanks for the review!

Jaimie @ Just Kiss 'N Makeup said...

Totally girl, you have a good weekend too! I've gotta ask you something tho so I'm going to email you at your address! Later dear!

MakeupByRenRen said...

yay i saw this last night...makes me want one!

Tracy said...

Great review! I was also on the same boat and bought those drugstore flat irons. The last one I used before my Sedu was the wet to straight one, too. You really do get what you pay for with these babies.

Anonymous said...

oh my gosh. i had the conair one you had and i hated it!!!!! i've been using the chi ceramic flat irons. i love my chis. i have two of them. lol. a black one and a baby pink one for back up. well, my pink one is the one i use the most. lol. i guess the color pink appeals to me =)

nai nai said...

congrats on the new straightener!! i TOTALY fell in love with ceramic high quality (aka expensive lol) straighteners when i bbought my first corioliss from the mall two years ago!! sucks that i dropped it a couple months back and it shattered. i was trying to do a video tut on hair straightening! LOL needless to say, now that i have my red leopard printed CHI flat iron, that thing never leaves its protective pouch when i'm not using it! haha

Bombchell said...

flat irons are definitely my best friend, but i always have to ask around to see if their good on back hair, and weaves. lol

Shelly Borrell said...

The CHI flat iron is my favorite too. I've found a great selection at My Hair Styling Tools. Thanks.

Anonymous said...

So, interesting article. I use ghd hair straightener.


Flat said...

It is really a wonderful product I used H2PRO flat iron and it works very good with very attractive price.

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