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Nwr need a little help

A few weeks ago I borrowed mil's chi to straighten my hair and I absolutely love it. Normally the expensive hair stuff doesn't work on me but my hair felt soft and silky. I've been thinking of treating myself to a chi but there 99.99 le sigh I get a discount but it would still cost me over 70 plus taxes. Fi says I should do it but the idea of spending that much irks me. My current iron is conair and works well but I don't have the soft silky feel that the chi leaves.

So ladies ... Help do you think it's worth the 70 and tax????

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  • Yes. It's absolutely worth it. My natural hair is very curly. Chi definitely gives me the straight sleek, soft hair look.
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  • I've never used one of those, but I've never heard anything but good things about them.  I say get it if you love the way your hair feels.  I'm sure you'll get enough use out of it to get your money's worth.
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    I have a chi and I love it!!! It's definitely a good investment!!! I say go for it.
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    I spent almost 250 on a hair straightener.  The one they sell at the mall kiosk...  It's def worth it
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  • In Response to Re:Nwr need a little help:[QUOTE]I spent almost 250 on a hair straightener.nbsp; The one they sell at the mall kiosk...nbsp; It's def worth it Posted by LBSF[/QUOTE]

    Omg! I alway try to justify how I'm spending my money especially when it's a big purchase so I depreciate the value over a term depending on actual estimated usage. I'm soo nerdy but if this means I don't need buy a new iron for couple yrs and it I can do more than straighten my hair as the web site says it could be worth it. Ll
  • I LOVE my chi straightener. I think it's worth the investment. The same thing happened to me - I had a regular cheap straightener, and then borrowed a friend's chi and fell in love. Got it as a Christmas gift from my parents, so that was nice too!

    I say go for it - you will get your moneys worth out of it quickly. They are so nice.
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  • I say go for it.

    I don't have one, but I have heard so many good things about it (from many people). Having a good hair straightener is definitely worth it.
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  • Well I did it!!! I got 15 percent off an used the rest of my bday money lol
  • Yay! I say it's worth the money, and it's not like you buy hair straighteners all the time :-P
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  • Totally worth it, FI bought me a chi last year and it is amazing.

    I will never go back to anything else :) We bought mine from Best Buy and it was a little cheaper. I know it seems odd to buy it there but check it out if you have one of those near you.
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  • Worth it....I am not a big spender, but I bought an Amika straightener which is pretty expensive, and I have no regrets. I don't think I could go back to the regular cheap kind I used to use. Sometimes you just need to treat yourself :)
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