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hair straighteners on wet hair

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Has anyone used a hair straightener on wet hair? I shower in the morning and don't have time to dry my hair then straighten my hair. Both Solia and T3 make straighteners to use on wet hair...but does it damage the hair even more? Have you had any bad experience from straightening wet hair?
post #2 of 7
My bff uses a wet/dry straightener and her hair actually turns out silkier and smoother when she uses it on wet hair... now I don't know if there are any long term effects, so maybe wait for other replies...
post #3 of 7
my hair stylist used the T3 wet dry on me once.. personally I did not like I prefered my CHI at the time and now my GHD and I use both once my hair is dry.

I have no idea about the damage though
post #4 of 7
I mentioned it to my hair stylist a while back and she said it's bad for you hair in the long run. I have no idea why or how bad it is though.
post #5 of 7
I have done it before with the solia. My hair is a bit more poofy when done wet but is silkier. I asked my stylist about it and he suggested making the hair more dry before using it since it can damage the iron. Also it produces some damn hot steam and you can burn your fingers grabbing a chunk of hair. Using paper towels can make your hair dry really fast then use the iron on it.
post #6 of 7
yeh i mentioned it to my hairdresser and she said its bad for your hair too, something to do with damaging the cuticles because when your hair is wet its incredibly vunerable.
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I have a solia and yolu only want to use it on damp 90% dry hair and def not on the highest setting...tis an awesome straightener tho..dedf reccommended
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