Editor's Rating & Review
These pricey high-temperature irons use highly publicized "ionic properties" to straighten wet hair and smooth cuticles without causing split ends. Although acting efficiently as a dryer like the cheaper Wigo flatiron, it takes several strokes for the narrow T3 plates to get coarse hair volume- and frizz-free for the day. Brownie points for the fact that it's thin enough to wrap dry hair around curling-iron style for wavy looks.
T3 Bespoke Medium Duality Reviews
Great IronThis is a quality iron. I love the heat adjustment feature. It is a more reliable iron then the cheaper versions. I will get many years out of this iron. — 4 years, 8 months agoPamela937 | 529 reviews
T3 blow-dryer vs. flat ironwhile a company that makes the most popular professional hairdryer on the market makes flat irons, that doesn't mean that's good. just because something is rare does that mean it's good? no it doesn't and i would save for a hairdryer instead. but you don't have to take my word for it. ladies: you have to demand a product demo if you want a product demo. ask a stylist ....... — 4 years, 10 months agomamacita11 | 234 reviews
Don't Fall for the "Ionic" MarketingFalling for the "ionic" marketing, I bought this a few years ago. I have fine, fine hair, so I thought the tourmaline and ionic-ness was worth the money. Since then, I have used other hair straightners that were as effective without the high price tag. Save your dollars for the salon. — 4 years, 10 months agogirlwomanbeautybrainsblog | 232 reviews
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