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The Huetiful Hair Steamer

Post by Shay Photography on 17th December 2010, 3:46 pm


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WHO OWNS THIS?
HOW MUCH IS IT?
WHERE CAN I FIND IT?
DOES IT WORK & IS IT WORTH MY $$$? (LOL)

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Re: The Huetiful Hair Steamer

Post by Lynnieluve on 17th December 2010, 4:06 pm


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Re: The Huetiful Hair Steamer

Post by Shay Photography on 17th December 2010, 4:48 pm

THANK YOU! I'M TRYING TO BUILD ON MY RESOURCES OVER THIS WAY LOL...

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Re: The Huetiful Hair Steamer

Post by popsbaby on 17th December 2010, 4:56 pm

I have one. Bought it from the Huetiful store on Ebay. It was about 100 dollars. I believe that Huetiful has a website where they can be purchased. I love it! The only thing that I do not like is that the hood design doesn't let the steam get all that way to your kitchen. I have to contort my head and body to get it steamed.

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Re: The Huetiful Hair Steamer

Post by Shay Photography on 17th December 2010, 4:59 pm

"KITCHEN" <---- LOL I HEAR YOU!

CONTEMPLATING GETTING ONE... Rolling Eyes

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Re: The Huetiful Hair Steamer

Post by Emartini04 on 17th December 2010, 11:37 pm

Hmmmm used one at a salon over the summer and was not so impressed.

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Re: The Huetiful Hair Steamer

Post by Shay Photography on 18th December 2010, 2:13 am

THANX 4 UR HONESTY B/C I'M WONDERING IF IT'S WORTH IT... Smile

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Re: The Huetiful Hair Steamer

Post by Niqui36 on 18th December 2010, 10:17 am

I think it's worth it if you have a problem with dry hair. My daughter's hair was extremely dry....when I would condition, moisturize and seal her hair, it looked good for a few hours. After that, her hair just sucked it up and looked so dry. So I thought this would help for her and it does. We no longer have the dryness issue with her hair. I love if for me as well. It makes both our heads easier to detangle. So for me it was worth it.

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Re: The Huetiful Hair Steamer

Post by letha on 18th December 2010, 10:48 am

popsbaby wrote:I have one. Bought it from the Huetiful store on Ebay. It was about 100 dollars. I believe that Huetiful has a website where they can be purchased. I love it! The only thing that I do not like is that the hood design doesn't let the steam get all that way to your kitchen. I have to contort my head and body to get it steamed.

The stand up ones are also the same way.. You know what I don't even know how to contort my head anyway because I can't..
I got one but its not like this mine is stand up I got it on sale at Salons R Us for $90 or more can't remember but the shipping was free and I used coupon code.. They have so many sales last sale the top of the steamer was scratched and it was like $83.00 and with that code free shipping.. Nothing was wrong with the dryer.. For me I didn't see results automatically but as I used it it really helps with my detangling as Niqui36 mentioned b4.. To me it is def worth it..

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Re: The Huetiful Hair Steamer

Post by Shay Photography on 18th December 2010, 11:38 am

THANK YOU LADIES, I AM STILL PONDERING LOL...

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Re: The Huetiful Hair Steamer

Post by natural83 on 18th December 2010, 3:53 pm

I definitely plan on getting one, probably in January! I've watched a few Youtube reviews (mainly Taren916's review) and everyone seemed to like the results of it. And plus I need something that will enhance my deep conditioning! I'm going to give it a shot!

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Re: The Huetiful Hair Steamer

Post by Shay Photography on 18th December 2010, 5:45 pm

WELL FILL US IN WHEN YOU DO =)

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Re: The Huetiful Hair Steamer

Post by Intelligentbeauty on 19th December 2010, 1:40 am

On my Christmas list..............Hubby better come through......... Laughing

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Re: The Huetiful Hair Steamer

Post by FloridaSunshiny on 19th December 2010, 2:21 am

I bought the hair steamer through Heutiful's facebook page. I LOVE it. I'm even using it to DC my hair as I have in extension twists for the winter.

I found it to be better for DC than my hooded dryer. After I use it, my curls (without extensions) seem to be more plump and hang better. It' doesn't get to the kitchen so you have to position yourself to steam your entire head. It gets super hot and drippy so be sure to keep a towel nearby. Just a word of warning: When I first got it, I used spring and tap water and my scalp itched like crazy until I switched to distilled water.


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Re: The Huetiful Hair Steamer

Post by PrincessRN on 19th December 2010, 2:22 am

I just ordered a hair steamer today. It's not a Heutiful, I think it is called PRO-150. It is the stand up kind. Heard great things about it and I can't wait for it to arrive.

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Re: The Huetiful Hair Steamer

Post by Shay Photography on 19th December 2010, 2:44 am

I hate to be hot though lol... Still unsure. No

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Re: The Huetiful Hair Steamer

Post by moonchild on 19th December 2010, 11:51 am


I have the huetiful. I got it in September and have used it every week since, so I think it's paid for itself. That said, I honestly don't know that it's much different than my hooded dryer with a plastic cap on. It does make detangling easier and my hair feels good, but I don't know if the hype of those youtube videos is that accurate. The steamer is helpful for sure, but if you're specifically putting money aside for it, go try one at a salon first. There may be less expensive ways to get the same results.

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Re: The Huetiful Hair Steamer

Post by letha on 19th December 2010, 12:45 pm

PrincessRN wrote:I just ordered a hair steamer today. It's not a Heutiful, I think it is called PRO-150. It is the stand up kind. Heard great things about it and I can't wait for it to arrive.

Did you get yours from Salons R Us.. or lclbeauty

If anyone else decides to order one they have a coupon code if it still workes

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Re: The Huetiful Hair Steamer

Post by MrsSunshinz on 19th December 2010, 12:48 pm

Intelligentbeauty wrote:On my Christmas list..............Hubby better come through......... Laughing

Me tooo!! Mine betta not play no games. LOL

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Re: The Huetiful Hair Steamer

Post by Fleur on 19th December 2010, 1:01 pm

This is my opinion. I bought a Pro 1037A steamer from Salons R Us in August. It has wheels for mobility and a really large dome. It was relaxing sitting under the warm steam, but I didn't see the difference between the steamer and a plastic cap. I had softness using both methods and one was not better than the other. To be honest, some of the Youtube bloggers were overselling it because these companies know that some of these bloggers have a mass following so marketing is easy. Like it was suggested, go to a salon and try the steamer before purchasing it. Who knows, you may have a different experience. My $130 steamer has been sitting in my garage, (in mint condition), since August.

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Re: The Huetiful Hair Steamer

Post by CocoEuro on 19th December 2010, 1:38 pm

I bought mine from the website last spring....I probably used it 4 or 5 times...I'm not too excited about it!!! The cord is too short, the condisation from the steam falls onto my scalp and burns my head, the hood is too small for my hair so most of my hair is hanging out of it!!

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Re: The Huetiful Hair Steamer

Post by Shay Photography on 19th December 2010, 3:10 pm

moonchild wrote:
I have the huetiful. I got it in September and have used it every week since, so I think it's paid for itself. That said, I honestly don't know that it's much different than my hooded dryer with a plastic cap on. It does make detangling easier and my hair feels good, but I don't know if the hype of those youtube videos is that accurate. The steamer is helpful for sure, but if you're specifically putting money aside for it, go try one at a salon first. There may be less expensive ways to get the same results.

I HAVE A HOODED DRYER, IF I WERE TO USE THAT, WHAT WOULD I DO TO PREPARE? (JUST WASH IT, ADD CONDITIONER, & WHAT ELSE????)

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Re: The Huetiful Hair Steamer

Post by Shay Photography on 19th December 2010, 3:15 pm

THANKS FOR THE TRUTH LADIES...

I'VE DECIDED TO STICK TO MY PLASTIC CAP, UNLESS SOMEONE EXPLAINS TO ME HOW TO USE MY HOODED DYER THE SAME WAY.=)

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Re: The Huetiful Hair Steamer

Post by Indigo.Blue on 20th December 2010, 10:06 am

You would probably be better off sitting in the steam soom at a gym...it will give you the added benefits of detoxing your entire body...

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Re: The Huetiful Hair Steamer

Post by Shay Photography on 20th December 2010, 10:14 am

I have a 1 year old and really can't make it to the gym. Maybe I'm better off in my bathroom with the shower running on hot lol...

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