Sultra Introducing THE SEDUCTRESS Curl, Wave & Straight Iron

Whether you seduce your prey with gorgeous ringlets, glistening waves or glossy, sleek locks, let The Sultra Seductress Curl, Wave & Straight Iron be your accomplice. Three temperature settings cater to your specific hair type while Japanese Kyocera® Ceramic Heater Technology mends the hair during the styling process. The Seductress is one weapon you’ll never want to be caught without.

DELICIOUS DETAILS

  • Exclusive, highest quality Japanese Kyocera® Ceramic Heater Technology (featuring the most durable and longest lasting heater on the market) mends the hair and provides constant, even heat for the ultimate in long-lasing styles.
  • Three optimal temperature settings deliver gorgeous styles without damage from excessive heat for fine (370°F), normal (385°F) or thick (395°F) hair.
  • Flexible, one-inch plates let you create curls, waves or smooth and sleek shine.
  • Soft touch palm plate for comfortable styling.
  • Fastest heat recovery time (just 4 seconds!) than any other styling tool on the market, which means your Sultra iron is always ready when you are.
  • Body coated with unique, resilient high-gloss coating that prevents drag as you curl or wave.
  • Universal voltage for when you want to travel in style.
  • Plus The Sultra Standards!♥

 

THE STANDARDS – Every Sultra Iron Features:

  • durable construction
  • rapid heat up
  • auto shut-off safety switch
  • lightweight, heat resistant body
  • 9 foot, no-tangle swivel cord
  • complimentry iron pad
  • two-year warranty

 

The Sultra Seductress Curl, Wave & Straight Iron retails for $210 and is available at Sephora stores nationwide, Sephora.com and Sultra.com

7 Responses to Sultra Introducing THE SEDUCTRESS Curl, Wave & Straight Iron

  1. Jamilla September 8, 2011 at 3:00 AM

    I just got a big Babyliss hair crimper, a la Momoko Ogihara! Wish me luck!

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    • admin September 9, 2011 at 2:56 AM

      HAHA! Wish you luck indeed! Hope you are having fun with the crimper. I never tried Babyliss but heard they aren’t bad.

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  2. Elena September 8, 2011 at 3:25 AM

    Looks like a nice flat iron! I love that it has 3 temperature settings! My current flat iron has just 1 temperature setting and it causes a lot of split ends though it’s a professional flat iron with ion technology( Maybe it’s just my hair(

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    • admin September 9, 2011 at 2:57 AM

      The more settings the merrier for each different detailing of course! Which 1 temperature setting one do you use?

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      • Elena September 9, 2011 at 3:22 AM

        I use Ga.Ma On/Off Ceramic (their website – http://www.gamaitaly.com/site/index_uk.html). It heats up to 220 degrees centigrade. I didn’t suppose this temperature could be bad for my thick unruly hair.

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        • admin September 10, 2011 at 3:37 AM

          I have never heard of that brand. The red and black design is neat. I need to check it out if it is available here in the states.

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  3. eMickey September 8, 2011 at 3:08 PM

    I wonder how this would compare to like GHD or even T3. I know they came out with the Bombshell which was really well constructed. I am just curious about this now.

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