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Monday, July 30, 2012

High Tech Hair Care – The Fusion Iron – Giveaway ends 8/13



If you have been a Howard House reader for any length of time you will be familiar with Marie's obsession with gadgets and tools. Beauty gadgets and tools to be exact. She loves things that exfoliate, zap, massage, and light up. Ultrasound, RF, LED, Galvanic… She loves it all. Imagine how much fun it was for me to discover a tool that uses high tech methods to condition your hair?

Marie was a stylist for many years, she's had the opportunity to try an enormous number of hair styling products, and dozens upon dozens of conditioning treatments, and has used many methods to help my clients with their various hair issues. After getting a chance to try the Fusion Iron…all that seems obsolete. In the same way that ultrasonic devices are used to perform facials, in that the creams or serums are broken up to allow deeper penetration into the skin, thus making them more effective, the Fusion Iron is using Ultrasonic technology and Infrared light to deeply condition hair! The Fusion allows your hair treatment to get into the hair shaft, and then seals it in. It makes every treatment more potent! Brilliant! Using the Fusion Iron is a snap, it’s just like using your flat iron, except….you use it on WET hair. It doesn’t straighten, since it’s not a styling tool, in fact it doesn’t really heat up.


Here’s the scoop on how to use it. After you wash your hair, using a shampoo that is specific to your needs, like a nourishing shampoo for damaged hair, a strengthening shampoo for weak hair or a color safe shampoo for colored hair (it is important to “prepare” your hair for treatment in the same way you “prepare” your face for masks or peels- you don’t use a peel without properly cleansing your face, right? And you wouldn’t use a cleanser made for dry skin if you have oily skin and vice versa. Same principal with your hair – use a quality shampoo and nutrient absorption is increased dramatically) you will then want to apply a deep conditioning treatment,  hair masque or serum to your lightly towel dried hair.


Separate your hair into sections, then proceed to “iron” your hair in much the same way you would if you were using a flat iron. Start at the roots, and make 3-5 passes on each section. Marie did a little extra on my ends. Then, rinse your hair with warm water- do NOT re-shampoo, just rinse. You can then dry and style as usual. Easy as pie. Results? Wow time.

The Fusion Iron is now one of Marie's Beauty Stash Cabinet TOP SHELF tools. Marie and I am sold on it. If Marie was still working in a salon, she’d buy one and use it for her add-on back bar conditioning treatments. Her clients would love it and her. While it will help your hair on an ongoing basis, this is a tool that gives you immediate, tangible results. Worth it. Worth it.

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C. Barr

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30 comments:

  1. I've been dying to get this iron! I heard so many great reviews!

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  2. Runway Tools were created by professional hairdressers.

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  3. I would love to try their curling iron also, so versatile!

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  4. I loved your review on the flat iron! It was so detailed and the helpful hints on shampooing were great also :)

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  5. Titanium metal plates heat very evenly so hair ends up shinier and sleeker.

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  6. It sounds like the tool I've been looking for-all my kids have different textured hair-but they all want to use a flat iron for different reasons and the store bought ones don't work.Halleluiah I think my prayers are answered for wanting quite mornings with out any sighs,door slamming and cry's "my hair won't do what I want it too" LOL!!!Thanks for sharing.

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  7. your S’mores Easy Cupcake Recipe sound and looks yummy-we are going try them this weekend Thanks for sharing.

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  8. Love how simple the EasyCurl curling iron looks to use.

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  9. They have How To videos on their site.
    tarter95 athotmail dot com

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  10. I like the trending hairstyles posted on the blog.
    champ_ion76(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  11. I love that you gave great details on how to use the iron!
    champ_ion76(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  12. I would LOVE to own the "The EasyCurl Curling Iron." I really need a good reliable curling iron...REAL BAD!
    Thank you - kimbuckjr

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  13. I really like the detail you relayed in this portion of your review...

    "Separate your hair into sections, then proceed to “iron” your hair in much the same way you would if you were using a flat iron. Start at the roots, and make 3-5 passes on each section. Marie did a little extra on my ends. Then, rinse your hair with warm water- do NOT re-shampoo, just rinse. You can then dry and style as usual. Easy as pie. Results? Wow time."

    It seems strange to me that you would use the iron and then wet your hair after the treatment. This tool must be a miracle iron!

    Thank you for the very detailed review!

    kimbuckjr

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  14. I enjoyed learing about how easy it is to curl your hair with their products on their website

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  15. I also loved that you explained in detail on how to use the iron. Otherwise I would have just thought it was a regular flat iron. Thanks for the info. Hope to win so I can try it

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  16. Danielle Davis/GradyAugust 5, 2012 at 9:38 PM

    I like the THE TITANIUM FLAT IRON! :)
    Thank you!
    Suchaproudmama @ yahoo.com

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  17. I'm really liking the easy curl curling iron. Georgiana O.

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  18. I like the The EasyCurl Curling Iron.

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  19. I like the different celebrity hair styles that inspire them

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  20. i'd also like to try the 'titanium flat iron'

    annae07 at aol dot com

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  21. on your review, i like how you explain how to use it...so many reviews on products are vague and there isn't much explanation....so thanks! :)

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  22. I like their Titanium Flat Iron.

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  23. i have been in the market for flat iron. I learned so much from your post. I love the techn'y behinfd it AND that works on wet hair. Dynamic Duo!

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  24. love to have the The EasyCurl Curling Iron

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  25. i like the Titanium flat iron

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  26. I think it's cool that a flat iron can make hair healthier!

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  27. I would love to try out the EasyCurl Curling Iron.

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  28. the stars use ot use them for the do they have
    desi the lbonde at msn dot ocm

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