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Product Description

CHI Air texture tourmaline ceramic curling iron utilizes the latest innovative technology combining tourmaline ceramic with even heat distribution, producing an exceptionally high amount of negative ions and Far Infrared which reduces static electricity for that perfect style. Hair is left smooth and silky with an unparalled shine. With a nonstick ceramic surface, this iron glides through the hair while creating luxurious waves and curls that last all day.

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CHI Air Texture Fire Red Ceramic Curl Iron

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