Monday, March 28, 2011

The Sulta Seductress

Description of Sultra The Seductress

An iron that mends the hair with Kyocera Ceramic Technology and provides constant, even heat for the ultimate in long lasting curls, sexy waves, and straight styles. Protect your hair from heat damage while creating long-lasting soft curls, sexy waves, and shiny straight styles. Three temperature settings are designed specifically for fine (370°F), normal (380°F), or thick (395°F) hair. Kyocera Ceramic Technology provides constant, even heat that repairs the hair with Infrared rays while you style. - Universal Voltage allows you to travel in style. - Soft touch palm plate for comfortable styling. - Rapid heat-up satisfies your immediate gratification. - Single-pass technology reduces heat damage and styling time. - No-tangle, 9ft swivel cord. - Auto Shut off safety feature if left unattended for 30 minutes. - Durable design & 2-year warranty for long-lasting use. - Complementary Iron Pad keeps your iron safe when traveling and countertops safe from heat.


So this is my PRE straight hair. Or should I say, JUST woke up! Let's back up a bit. I have wavy, tangy unmanageable hair that I usually have to straighten or curl, and sometimes blow dry with a big round brush to work with. I always wish I was blessed with nice straight hair or big round curls, but hey we gotta work with the cards we're dealt with. Blah Blah I was hesitant to say the least about trying the Sultra Seductress. I haven't straightened my hair in a long time, because when I was doing it daily, it damaged my hair quite a bit. Certain hair straighteners say they don't "damage" but with daily use, the heat can really effect the texture.


Another side note, before when I was straightening, I was using the CHI, which is supposed to be one of the best. Honestly, I couldn't stand it. It kept breaking, and made my hair look stringy and lifeless. I sold it in a garage sale a while ago because it was damaging my hair.


So this is my hair after I used the Seductress. No washing, no blow drying, nothing else. Let me just tell you this thing heats up QUICK, and I love that you can put it on "Thick or Fine" hair. Maybe it's because it's the first time I've used it, but my hair is still full of volume, and it's not stringy at all. Before with my CHI, I would try to flip the ends of my hair to create a more curled look, and it was NOT having it. With the Sultress, I found it's so easy to create the look I want. The iron does exactly what you want it to do without stripping your hair of it's texture or fullness. I haven't attempted to curl my hair with this yet, but I can imagine it will work pretty well. It's also supposed to create waves, when I figure out that aspect, I'm sure I will post a follow up review.




Not stringy right? And my hair was SO nice afterwards, I could run my fingers right through it. No offense Sultra, I was shocked. I'm extremely happy with the Sultress, she is my new best friend. Where have you been all my life? I'm still not going to use it everyday because you're still applying heat to your hair, which is never good, but for going out, or for when I don't have time to blow out my hair or curl it, this is perfect. I would love to see someone with crazy curls or total unmanagble hair use the Sultress, I bet it would work wonders.


You can purchase the Sultress at Sultra.com or Sephora for $210. The price may seem a bit steep, but this is by far the best hair straightner I have used, and I think I've tried almost every single one.



Disclosure: A press sample was sent to me for consideration from PR for the purpose of this review. All opinions are my own. No monetary compensation was received.

No comments:

Post a Comment

Related Posts with Thumbnails