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    Quote Originally Posted by purpleflowers View Post
    Thank you .....
    What store can I purchase it from...

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    I got mine from Harvey Norman. It was on sale for $20. Best $20 I've ever spent

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rebecca79 View Post
    What's the model number please?
    I haven't got the box anymore, but will check the wand later to see if it has a number.

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    @Rebecca79 the model number stamped on it is CI-63W1 if that helps.

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    Thanks!
    If I have thick / boofy hair, is it a good idea to iron the hair first?

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    I can NOT for the life of me, curl my hair. I have a GHD, can't do it. Have watched so man you tube tutorials, and it looks impossible to stuff up, but I can't do it.
    I also have a basic curling wand and I can't make that work either... I gave up and just straighten my hair instead

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rebecca79 View Post
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    If I have thick / boofy hair, is it a good idea to iron the hair first?
    I have thick and frizzy hair and I find it best to give it a quick straighten first to make things easier.

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