I can finally share the results of the Edge Stick product, which I thoroughly enjoyed. If you’re anything like me, you don’t have the time or the funds to consistently run out to the salon to get your hair straightened, let alone have someone help you with edge and root control. I think we have a solution here! I used this on my entire head, not just my edges, which turned out magnificent. I couldn’t be happier.
Watch the full video review and check out the pics of before and after.
Azure Pro Edge Stick Review on Natural Hair 2012
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To get more info on how to purchase one for yourself or a friend, check out their website: EdgeStick-dedicated US website is http://www.originaledgestick.com New website that will include the EdgeStick as well as other Azure brand products: http://www.azureprofessional.com The EdgeStick is a professional edge and root control styling tool designed to straighten the hair closer to the root than any other product on the market without burning the skin.
The EdgeStick professional styling tool functions like a pressing comb to straighten the hair, but is a safer alternative. The EdgeStick uses a center rod coated with ceramic and tourmaline — the same technology used in flat iron designs — as well as heat-resistant guide combs that protect the skin from getting burned while straightening the hair at the roots
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