I only gave this a 3 because I can appreciate the concept of having curved plates to help reduce breakage. For my coarse, thick hair, it didn't do the trick at all. I have a pink ceramic Conair flat iron, a Conair Infiniti black ceramic flat iron, Hot and Silky flat iron from Sally's Beauty Supply (which plates are soft to the touch and have the look and feel of a Chi) and finally, I have a Remington flat iron that has silver plates that aren't as smooth, but for 20 bucks it DOES remove a nice amount of frizz from my hair when done correctly. ALL 4 of my flat irons are better than the Andis one I ordered. I was more excited taking it back to the store than I was when I opened and used the product. It dried my hair out, the plates felt rough during use and it just wasn't a match for my hair type. I'm African American with coarse black hair and without an occasional perm, my hair is a mess. Andis only made it worse and still broke my hair off. The price was okay, but the ones I have for travel, at home, etc. are much better. Hope it works out for any of you, but it wasn't the right fit for me.
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