I love being an H-E-B Beauty Blogger! Getting to try out all the awesome products that find their way into the H-E-B beauty section. I may not be the girliest of girls, but alas…I am a girl and I still like girl stuff…a LOT! This is the last product of 2011! This year sure did fly by! I can not wait to see what H-E-B has in store for us next year!
This month the H-E-B Beauty Pick is the John Frieda Premium Straightening Iron.
For over 20 years, the John Frieda hair care experts have been defining style. Now the leader in transformational hair care has helped inspire a line of professional appliances to totally transform frizzy, dull, flyaway hair. Advanced ionic conditioning enhances manageability and leaves hair looking and feeling healthy, smooth and shiny. This premium straightening iron features advanced ionic power, with high heat up to 455 degrees fahrenheit, true ceramic technology, and 11 professional digital settings.
The first thing I have to say is that this is a professional quality Straightening Iron at a FANTASTIC price! H-E-B sells it for only $49.97! There is even a coupon you can print that is for $10 off any John Frieda Hair Fashion Appliance!
I love the way it looks, it’s super sleek! I love the adjustable temperatures, that makes it great for every girl in our house! We can even use it to put curls in Emma and Lauren’s hair. It heats up super fast! Only 15 seconds to heat and you are ready to style!
We only have one complaint, the position of the buttons isn’t so great. We kept accidentally messing up our temperature settings and sometimes even shutting it off because of where the buttons are located. It definitely took some getting used to. That is our only dislike, everything else is just awesome!
Two readers will each win a John Frieda premium straightening iron!
This Giveaway will end on December 31st.
I received the John Frieda Premium Straightening Iron to facilitate this review. No compensation was received and all opinions are my own.
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