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Wahl Expands 5-Star Line

Web Editor | July 10, 2011 | 7:26 PM

Wahl Clipper has expanded its 5-Star line of styling appliances with the introduction of ceramic tourmaline flatirons. The new irons will all feature an adjustable temperature setting ranging from 180-450 degrees to provide straightening services on all hair types. The Hair Straightener flatirons will be available in  0.4-., 1- and 1.75-inches.

The irons are designed to protect color, seal in moisture and eliminate frizz for healthier, shinier styling.
For details, visit www.wahlpro.com.
Wahl Expands 5-Star Line
Wahl is adding three ceramic tourmaline flatirons to its 5-Star appliance line.

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