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blond ambition
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I was wondering if anyone has tried the new Revo Styler...i was wondering if i should incvest in one. It looks easy and faster, but of course infomercials make it seem that way, but its in stores now, and i was wondering if anyone has used it and what did they think?..should i save my money for something more worthy?
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Is that the electronic moving brush thing?

With the ad where all these gorgeous models are sitting around watching another models "nightmare frizzy hair" being restyled and sayinf it will change her life?


That's on MY Christmas list...



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I didnt think any of those models were that great looking...their expressions kinda annoyed me, but i wasnt paying attention to them, i was paying attention to a new invention.
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i think the ad they made for the US was pretty second rate. no models in the american ad.

nonetheless, i think it's a pretty silly product. it looks like it'd chew up my hair. round brushes tend to tangle up in my hair pretty badly.

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yea, me too... let me explain. one school morning i washed my hair and i was playing around with a round brush on the side of my head. before i knew it, it was time to go to school, so i was trying to get it out. well it was STUCK, and i started to panick, because i liked my hair...it was finally getting rather long, and...well, i didn't want to miss my bus. so i panicked and cut it out. i called my mom at work and cried. luckily, i had a flap of hair OVER what was cut, so it wasn't like half of my head was shaved.

boy, was THAT an experience i'll never forget. so, no, i wouldn't try the revolv-o-hair-do-er, because it's practically an open invitaiton for a home-hair cut.


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i never used a round brush, when i was little i did and was trying to brush my hair and it got tangled and my mom had to help me. But she used a round brush for her hair all the time and she has bad hands and wrists lately, so i thought it could help her, so i did get it yesterday, and it was horrible, everything they said wouldnt happen, did, and then the bristles started falling out, i didnt pay 50 bucks for something that didnt work right and was falling apart, but it was okay i took it back today and got all my money back, no damage done.
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My sis got one for Christmas and she seems to like it.

To me, it seems like a waste of time. I get up, wash my hair, brush it, maybe put some gel in it so it'll stand up ... and i'm out. I don't have time for hair curling


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i've had curly hair forever. it is best if you ar einto the whole making it staight thing then just get a really good flat iron and some gel. infomercials don't know crap
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