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Beautyandme

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Hi just purchased the Babyliss ioniceramic 1600w hairdryer with ceramic smoothing slides/rotating head action

Havent opened it yet, does anyone know if it will work well on fine hair to create a silky smooth look and is it easy to use?

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hmm interesting , I haven't heard of the babyliss with Rotating head Action??
What does that actually do?
 

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Hi, like I said I havent opened the box yet, just in case I take it back. It just says its a rotating head, so am assuming it turns as you dry your hair, helping to create a sleek, smooth look. HOPEFULLY

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Well goodness gracious girl..open it up. You got my interest peaked now..
Open it! Open It! :D
 

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Hiya, LOL, if I open it, I wont be able to take it back if its not very good. I am not sure now, if it does rotate as you dry your hair, I think it might just rotate to a different setting depending on how your curly your hair is.

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Hiya, LOL, if I open it, I wont be able to take it back if its not very good. I am not sure now, if it does rotate as you dry your hair, I think it might just rotate to a different setting depending on how your curly your hair is.

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You will be able to take it back if it's in the original packaging and definately if you have the receipt...open it!
 

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