T3 Bespoke Labs 83922-SE Tourmaline Ionic Ceramic Wet-or-Dry 1 3/4" Ceramic Styling Iron

 
List Price: $200.00

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Product Description

Steam dry your hair to lock in moisture and softness. Blazing Heating and reheating to 410 degrees F maximum temp. Unsurpassed infrared heat for deep, long lasting straightening. Tourmaline ions for smoothing, superior shine and silkiness. Complete 48-month warranty.

Features:
  • For drying & straightening hair in one step
  • Tourmaline-infused ceramic plates and ceramic heaters
  • Creates deep, long-lasting hair styles that stay day and night
  • Smoothes the cuticles for exceptional shine, sheen and silkiness
  • Aids in locking in moisture and hair color

Customer Reviews:

  • Fab!
    I totally love this product. It heats up quickly and straightens my curly hair beautifully. My hair stays straight all night, even in humidity. The price couldn't be beat! My sister-in-law, a hair stylist, couldn't believe how little I paid, and she has access to the best industry discounts. It's worth every penny!...more info
  • bespoke hair wet or dry iron
    Really like the iron; but I am a little concerned about using this on wet hair. Just the idea of the sizzling sound must be causing damage. Hair even feels smooth and softer after using the iron. The wide plates make for fast time in straigntening thick long hair....more info
  • Poor quality. No Warranty.
    You buy this product thinking you are obtaining a quality product, for the price. Then 6 months later, it stops working. Very disappointing. I have bought several other irons, hoping to find one that will last. I decided to spend extra and overpay for this one hoping it would be better. It states that there is a 4 year warranty. No there is not. They clearly state that they will NOT warranty any product from Amazon. So this has no warranty. Then even if you bought this product elsewhere, their warranty terms are so restrictive, you have to fill out forms in a certain number of days, and also pay an expensive handling fee. Sorry. that's useless. In th end, the unit simply stopped heating up, after only 6 months of use. And the manufacturer refused to stand behind their product. Just because I bought it at Amazon.
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  • doesn't do much for wet hair but straights dry hair quick!
    With such wide plates, this baby will smooth and flatten your hair in no time. It will not dry wet hair. However, it will minimize damage if you do flatiron wet hair. It doesn't work miracles, but it prevents disasters. We'd all like to save time in the morning, but just as you can't turn ice into vapor without creating water first, you can't turn wet hair into straightened glossiness without blow drying first before flatironing. But if you're going to straighten your damp locks anyway (80% dry is good enough, right?), might as well get this which has an avenue for some moisture to evaporate. ...more info
  • silky straight hair without going to a salon
    I love this iron. It dries hair to a sleek mirror finish. At first the steam made me a little weary, but need not worry. Your hair will look as if you had an expensive blow dry. Happy I made this purchase. Saves time and money. I have been using this for a while and have not noticed any damage to my hair. ...more info
  • Greatest Flat Iron Ever!
    I don't ever write reviews, but I had to here! I have used many flat irons over the years, this one is the absolute best. A friend loaned me hers and I had to have one. A good thing after reading the many reviews here, they would have probably scared me off. I have very thin hair, but soooo much of it that it looks really thick. It is VERY wavy, without being curly at all, so I have to either flat iron it or curl it or it won't look done. Curling is a bad idea, for not only is it very drying but it doesn't hold very well in my hair, falling to waves again in less than an hour (even in the winter). Flat Ironing works much better.

    Okay, so I know the routine of patience, pull the flat iron slowly, use a heat protecting pretreatment, and all that, but with other irons (including a Chi), they just didn't make it look like my stylist makes it look. Which I knew meant that it had to be the iron, for I was using the same products that she was. Her flat iron runs about $600, great for her in her line of work, much too costly for my budget, there just simply has to be a better solution than that.

    By the way, my stylist said, "NEVER EVER put any hot styling tool to your hair unless it is absolutely positively dry, or you will ruin your hair over time, causing it to break and split, so I always either use a blow dryer or let my hair air dry (often overnight) before using a hot iron on it.

    Finally an iron that gets warm enough that if done slowly like you're supposed to, only takes one swipe over the hair, to straighten it. Even my stylist has to make two or three swipes! Better yet, it holds real well in the high humid temperatures found in the St Louis Metro area and this is the warmest summer on record.

    All that said, I love the iron, its cord is long enough that I don't have to stand on top of the outlet, the outside doesn't get so hot that I can't touch it, it doesn't catch my hair and break it off at the plate edges. It makes my hair feel silky smooth and everyone comments on how healthy my hair looks. All of that with using a tool that heats to 410 degrees, wow! I am thrilled! Enough Said! My T3 Tourmaline Model 83922, will be my last flat iron ever!

    I have been using a T3 for about 6 months now with no problems to the unit or my hair. It heats up VERY quickly, so I don't need to leave it on for any length of time at all before actually using it, plugging it in just a minute or two before use. I would think with any unit that gets this hot, you might experience trouble over time with it burning itself out if left on for extended periods of time. Not to mention the damage it might do to your bathroom counter. No need here, it really does heat up quickly.

    Welcome to the world of wonderful comments on your hair, and enjoy your new T3 Tourmaline,

    Terri
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  • Its Good
    Its a good iron, but my hair is naturally curly so it takes forever to straighten it. I like the fact you can use it while your hair is wet. ...more info
  • Just OK
    This product worked Ok. It rips your hair out quite a bit, but with the right product on your hair it does do the job. I was dissapointed with how cheaply made the product appears. The stickers on the side fell off one after the other during the very first use. I get better results by drying with a dryer and then finishing with a different iron, I've used the Chi and the Sedu and can would recommend either.

    I would consider your hair type before purchasing this item. It is best to dry with a dryer and then straighten. If you have difficult curly hair (thick or course) not ammendable to drying and then finishing a product like this may be a good solution to save time. I am returning this and will try a different model that isn't quite as cheaply made...more info
  • The best ever!!!!!
    I did a lot of research about straightening irons and asked a couple of friends since I have never straightened my hair before. I have very naturally curly hair and my hair stylist had this iron and used it on my hair a couple of times and I loved the result, so I wanted to get it to see if I could do it. The first time I did it - it was perfect - I couldn't believe it, I never thought that I could do it. But I did and love it, now I have new look that I can actually do in 45 minutes. Thanks!!!!!...more info
  • Once you learn, you'll love it.
    I've read reviews of this and a similar model of the wet or dry flat iron...
    Everyone either loved it or hated it - but I couldn't find anyone who hated it and had used it more than once or twice. I also couldn't find any information about how to use it (nor does the product come with such information, sadly.)

    If frizzy, unruly, natually curly hair is your problem, this may very well be your answer.

    I have a very thick head of very curly, fine hair. Hair frizzies have been a problem as long as I can remember and I have purchased anything and practically everything to try to get better results with the least amount of time.
    In addition to very curly hair, my hair is weaved, or streaked with blong highlights and has been for many years.
    Before the wet/dry flat iron my hair would be: conditioned with a rinse-out deep conditioner every time I shampooed and I used a leave-in conditioner after towel drying my hair. Blow drying with an ionic dryer and large round brush took 45 minutes to perhaps a full hour on hot, humid days. Then, to keep frizzies down, I would either have to roll my entire head with 10 large velcro rollers (20 min) and let that sit and air dry (1 hour) - OR - spend 25 min with my Solano Sappire flat iron - then seal with a balm or silicon based product. Every day I didn't wash my hair I would have to either spend 20 min with a flat iron or dampen my frizzy hair and re-blow-dry for perhaps a half hour just to get rid of all the creasing and frizzing that happened each and every night.

    After using this flat iron about 10 to 12 times now, I can dry and completely flatten my hair in about 1 hour and 10 min. I do still use the blow dryer and round brush for about half the hair in the back of my head but I do use the iron on every section of hair I can reach, even if I can only reach the bottom half of the section.

    It takes patience and trial-and-error to learn. Start by only trying a couple small sections when you have a few extra minutes before you dry and style your hair.
    If it takes more than 2 or three passes to dry the section completely, a few things could be wrong...
    The heat may be too low. (i'm at about 360 degrees and have had no damage at all)
    You may be drawing the iron down the hair too fast. or
    The section of hair may be too thick.

    Sectioning your hair will be necessary... I iron sections about 3" in length and only 1/2 inch wide. I place the side of the iron on my scalp and draw out from there. The heat plates are set inside the head of the unit so burning your scalp is highly unlikely.

    Also important, your hair should be well conditioned and you must comb the section smooth and hold the end of the section slightly taught to keep the section smooth as you work. With a flip of the wrist you can gently flip the ends out or under.

    Best of all, when used on damp, smoothed hair, the result is that my hair cuticles are sealed so smooth, my hair doesn't curl or frizz after being slept on...it's a much longer lasting straight hair. If my hair gets wet...well then it's back to the starting line...but I am truly happy with the results, my hairdresser commented today that my hair was in extremely good condition...and when he was finally told, at the end, what my new secret was, he commented that he could not have believed the condition of my hair was the result of a flat iron of any kind.

    After practicing and practicing over a month ... I can now say it is the great tool it claims to be. My results now are fantastic and I spend at least 2 hours less per week drying and styling my hair.

    Best of all, the results aren't the "too straight" kind of flat, it's a very natural look.
    To everyone patient enough to try it... remember ... go slow, just a little at a time till you get the hang of it, experiment with dampness, temperature, technique and speed - condition your hair well - and comb it smooth and hold the end of the section so it remains smooth while you draw the iron from scalp to ends.
    Happy straightening! Adios frizzies!...more info
  • Best Flat Iron I've Ever Owned
    Ok, this flat iron works really well. The only problem I have with it, which I've had with other flat irons (even ones in the salons), is that my hair is a bit staticky after using it. I'm going to try and buy some product for my hair that will help with this problem.

    I have really thick hair and a lot of it, but it only takes me about 30 minutes to dry my hair using a blow dryer and then flat ironing it.

    My only other criticism is that I bought this on Dec. 1 and when I was browsing Amazon on Dec. 6 - one day after I received it - Amazon cut the price by almost $20! I paid $95 for it and then it was $76! Bad service, Amazon. I don't know how often I'll keep shopping here if you're just going to cut your prices after people purchase the items! ...more info
  • best money I've spent in a long time
    I love my new hair iron. Everytime I use it people ask me if I have just had my hair done at a salon. I use it when my hair is wet (with leave-in conditioner applied). So far my hair still feels and looks healthy. After I use the iron, my hair is shiny and silky. I love this product! My only lament is that I paid $200 for it at sephora...more info
  • great product at a great price
    This flat iron was everything that I was looking for:
    -quick to heat up
    -has multiple adjustable temperature settings
    -gets hot enough to straighten my coarse hair

    Just one thing that kind of hung me up at the beginning... I had no idea how to turn it on! It doesn't come with instructions, so you had to figure out that once it's plugged in and you've adjusted the temperature, the little power button has to be pushed too (even though it doesn't look like a button).

    Other than that, I totally recommend this iron! It works on wet hair, but it will take a long time to actually dry and straighten it. If you do straighten straight from the shower, make sure you use a leave in conditioner or it will look frizzy. Blow drying first will get the best results. When your hair is dry, pull the iron through SLOWLY. This will give you straighter hair in less time than a couple of short quick passes.

    Enjoy!...more info
  • A Well Loved Gift
    I've lent my older version of this product to my sister and friend, and they both wanted it immediately. It made a great birthday present for each of them....more info
  • Excellent product at an excellent price
    I had just purchased this iron from another retailer at over double this price when I saw this on Amazon. I immediately returned the iron from the other retailer and bought it from Amazon. And believe me, it would be worth double the price! It totally and effortlessly removes all frizz from my hair, which has never been done before except at a salon with a lot of time-consuming and painful tugging. This is a keeper!...more info
  • Does not work as advertised
    Is mediocre at best. The iron did not dry my wet hair and just seemed to make everything frizz. Even on dry hair it was not good at straightening and my hair is medium thickness and wavy; it usually takes well to most straightening and heat devices. I would avoid this product and go with the CHI flat-irons or another product. ...more info
  • By far the best!!
    I love this product!! my hair dresser used it on my hair and I had to get one. I love it!! This is by far the best flat iron, yes it is even better than the Chi. I have long thick hair and it takes me half the time and i get salon results!! you wont be disappointed...more info
  • Love This!!!
    I have never had a better straightening iron. My daughters are always stealing it away from me. Unless you want to share. HIDE IT!...more info

 

 
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