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Ceramic Tools Tourmaline Series Flat Iron 1"

Ceramic Tools By Jilbere

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Quantity: One
Width: 1"
Sally Item # SBS-345100

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The Jilbere Tourmaline Series Flat Iron produces negative ions that eliminate frizz and close the cuticle, creating smooth hair with a glossy shine.

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Ceramic Tools Tourmaline Series Flat Iron 1"
Ceramic Tools Tourmaline Series Flat Iron 1"
 

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  • Tourmaline Ceramic Plates
  • Variable temperature control
  • Fast heat up with no heat loss

The Jilbere Tourmaline Series Flat Iron features a floating plate design that guarantees 100% contact across the entire hair section with no gap between the plates. Hair is left straight, smooth and shiny with static electricity is transferred. A Mica ceramic heater provides thermal shock resistance for steady maximum temperatures with fast heat recovery.

 

Even heat reaches temperatures up to 448°F. The ceramic plates are infused with commerical grade Tourmaline which offers high gemstone hardness for a smoother plate surface with decreased friction.

 

Tourmaline, when heated, produces a completely balanced ionic charge to eliminate all static electricity.The negative ions generated by the iron close the hair cuticle creating smooth, shiny hair while far infrared heat penetrates the hair from within, for gentler styling and healthier hair.

 

Professional features include 40 heat settings, power indicator light, swivel power cord.
Set temperature based on hair type. Place Jilbere Tourmaline Tools Flat Iron on a heat resistant surface when allowing to heat and when in use. Allow to cool completely before storing.
Slowly pass the Jilbere Tourmaline Tools Flat Iron through the hair strand. The average number of passes it takes to straighten hair using 1" partings differs on hair type. For fine to normal hair, use 1-2 passes. For more resistant hair, use 3-4 passes.

 

For more maximum movement, continue holding the hair at a 90' angle throughout the ironing process.