T3 • Tourmaline Wet to Dry Straightening Iron • Hair Styling Tools
|Would buy this product again.||50%|
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Neutral Hair: Black, Straight, Medium Eyes: Black
I purchased this product aling with the Evolution dryer at a hair show. What sold me was the fact that it dries hair at the same time. I'm not saying dripping wet hair..just hair thats been blowdried to about 75% then using it to touch up the rest. It is not a terrible flat iron but I've owned and used much better. The hair tends to revert back to frizzy or eavy state if it isnt dried 100%. Ok but not the greatest. There are better.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Sensitive, Fair Hair: Brunette Eyes: Blue
I had the wide one with the crystals lining the styler. Didn't work very well, the actual styler was cheaply made and never lined up correctly. It didn't do much for my hair besides making it look ratty.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair, Cool Hair: Blond, Straight, Fine Eyes: Blue
I love this thing! Keep in mind, I've never used this on wet hair, simply because something about that just freaks me out. I will only use this on dry hair. I curl my hair a lot with this iron, and the shape of it really lends itself to kink-free curls that last waaaaaaay longer than my curling iron. In fact, I prefer this to my curling iron. I've gotten no incredible damage from this product, just normal wear and tear of my hair. I always use a heat protectant (the CHI one) and I try not to flat iron my hair every day. I got a great price on this with some coupons at Ulta.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination Hair: Blond Eyes: Black
Didn't give me that smooth ceramic straightness, wet or dry. Wasn't that bad at drying gai. But got a much bette result if air dried and straightened with another straightner. Blew up anyway and is in the trash
Age: 25-29 Skin: Oily, Fair-Medium Hair: Black, Straight, Medium Eyes: Brown
My sister got this for me from Sephora when she saw that I was using a Revlon (which was working just fine, might I add). I was looking for a high-end straightener and she figured one from Sephora would suffice. I'm not really sure why this product is so expensive. My hair definitely didn't feel as damaged as when I used the Revlon, but it was such a chore to actually straighten my hair with this (I'm Asian and have somewhat thick hair to begin with). Even after I was done, my hair wasn't stick straight like I like it, even after using products in my hair to help that along. It also didn't really flatten my hair and left it somewhat straight and very voluminous. It looked fine, but not what I'm looking for. I've tried my friends' Chis and FHIs before and they're MUCH better at getting your hair straight and keeping it flat.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
I really disliked this straightener. When I used it dry it snagged my hair and made it look dull and dead. When I used it wet, it made my hair look poofy and frizzy. Just aweful! I like my Sedu much better.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Black, Wavy, Coarse Eyes: Brown
This is not a good flat iron for the price because the plate doesn't meet the flat iron seamlessly and my hair would get caught in that part all the time it is so annoying. Also after having it for a while the two prongs of the iron would get to be no alligned so when you press it together it doesn't come together perfectly and that makes it harder to get your hair straight in a short time. Also the wet flatironing was pretty useless I could never figure out how to utilize that well except it is good to know that if your hair is slightly damp the iron won't kill it. But still such a bad iron for how much it costs.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Olive, Warm Hair: Other, Fine Eyes: Brown
I own many T3 products, and I purchased this product about 1 year ago. I had high expectations that were not met. I thought the concept was great, and would save on packing when traveling. I used it 3 times before I sold it on eBay. I found that (1) I didn't like that when I had to get my roots well, the steam would escape from the vents and burn my scalp -- so I rarely did them right and my hair was air dried at the roots, smooth everywhere else (2) hole vents work for steam, but I think it take away from the finish somehow that other T3 products give (3) I had to go over my hair sections 2 or 3 times to get a look I get with 1 swipe with other flat irons (T3 Narrow Duality, Superstar) (4) While I liked how wide the plates were to flat iron larger sections, I thought that the venting left dents in my hair. And I agree that hair was not quite as shiny and smooth as I have achieved with other T3 products. As I said, sold it on eBay,and will not repurchase. But it is a cool concept.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Brown Eyes: Green
I just got this and I love it!! I have very long, thick, curly hair and this thing worked wonders on it! I almost gave up on trying to straighten my hair because it always gets so frizzy. This flat iron made my hair so smooth and shiny, without even putting any product in it! That's right, ZERO product and it's smooth, shiny and straight!
I only paid about $70 for it on eBay, but I would gladly pay full price!
Age: 25-29 Skin: Dry Hair: Brunette Eyes: Blue
I thought this straightener worked just fine. In fact, I loved it. I didn't think the price was so bad because I thought I would be able to use it for a long time, and I guess I considered it an investment. However, after 2 years of use it just stopped working. It won't turn on. I used to use a ConAir straightener that wasn't all that great but it lasted about 4 or 5 years, and it only cost thirty bucks.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Blond Eyes: Hazel
I have used the T3 Bespokes Lab Medium Duality and then just used the new T3 Pro Wet to Dry, I am not happy with it. It does straighten, but it's made so much cheaper, the packaging is not great, my other one came with a cloth to wipe it and was built so much better. This one has little openings in it which can get stuff down in it, It just does not seem to do the job like my other one. 119 for the T3 Pro wet to dry and 160 for the T3 Bespokes Medium Duality, I see a huge difference and believe this one is not worth it.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Acne-prone, Medium Hair: Black, Straight, Coarse Eyes: Green
I love my T3 Evolution hair dryer so I wanted to add the Wet Dry flat iron to my routine. I was so excited to get it........but then I used it. It is a difficult shape to use, the blades aren't tight enough so after about 5 minutes of using this iron your hand will get tired, it didn't make my hair very shiny and the worst part is my hair is only wavy and it didn't straighten my hair very well, it took about 15 minutes longer than with my Hot Tools iron and I had to run it over my hair a lot more causing damage. The Hot Tools flat iron is a fraction of the cost and worlds better.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
This product is great for all hair types but if your hair only has a slight wave in it like mine does at times, you should try to keep it on the lower heat level settings. Also it's recommended in the instruction booklet that if you're planning to straighten your hair while wet, that you should blow dry your roots first. This iron works on both wet and dry hair, but on wet hair you may be required to run it through you hair a few times to get it fully dry if you're using a lower temperature setting. Finally, I really liked how shiny the T3 made my hair when it was steaming it dry and how it came with a protective pouch for the iron.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium Hair: Blond Eyes: Green
I love this straightener it works so well on my thick wavy hair. I don't use it on wet hair sometimes slightly damp. I prefer more body over a pin straight look so i blowdry then straighten in small sections. I straighten my hair three times a week and my hair is heavily highlighted blonde. I highly recommend it for people who need a heavy duty flat iron that doesn't damage. I have the blowdryer too and love it.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Brown Eyes: Green
Hopelessly Devoted To My T3 Bespoke Labs Narrow Wet
Or Dry Iron. This Is Crazy Good! I've Used Them All And
God This Is Just Wonderful. It Would Be The Most Sad
Existence If I Were To Ever Lose It. I'm So Angry For The
Negative Reviews, I Mean It Truly Is That Good.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Black, Straight, Fine Eyes: Brown
Love it! I bought this a couple years ago and like it way better than the Chi. I only use it when my hair is dry. Using it while your hair is damp is OK but I just find it easier to use after blowdrying. Don't let the steam and crackling sound scare you if you DO happen to use it on wet hair because it's just the iron drying your hair. A splurge ($200 @ Sephora) but a worthwhile one nonetheless. The smaller size is $130, I believe.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Normal, Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
I've tried just about every flat iron availalbe, and the T3 Wet to Dry is my favorite. I have very thick, coarse hair that I straighten most days. Sometimes it can take me 45 minutes, and I have to be very careful about drying it exactly as I want it to lay once dry. This is the first flat iron where I can dry my hair upside down, etc. then straighten and it comes out perfectly. I don't use it on soaking wet hair, and I think anyone who tries that is expecting too much. It's best for when your hair is damp, with the roots dry. My hair is sleek, shiny and stays that way until I wash it out.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Acne-prone, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
this was a waste of a lot money, and after using it my hair was in horrible condition. when i first got it i was so excited and it worked as well as i thought it would, but by the end of the day i had frizzy and tangly patches throughout my hair, and after a couple of months of using it, probably twice a week, my hair was unbelievably damaged. i stopped using it and got another cheaper straightner which worked better and my hair looked so much less damaged.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Normal, Fair Hair: Blond Eyes: Brown
Terrible. After abusing my beloved Solano Sapphire for years and years, I went out in search of a new straightener. And after hearing rave reviews and the sales pitch from the Sephora girl, I thought I would give the T3 wet to dry a try, considering the ridiculous amount of time it takes me to dry and straighten my hair every morning. I bought the smaller one at first, took it home and tried it out, and couldn't believe how "poofy" my hair still was. I tried it again this next morning, having to dry my hair with a hairdryer until it was just somewhat damp before I could even pick up the straightener. Still was not happy with the results. Brought it back to return and thought, well maybe I'll try the wider model. Asked the salesgirl about the T3 (not telling her I had already tried one) and she said, "Oh it's great, your hair will be MUCH straighter than it is right now!" which was somewhat hilarious considering that it was exactly the T3 that I had used!! I exchanged for the wider model and tried again.....just as bad. It doesn't seem to grasp the hair firmly enough or something. And it takes forever. My new hairdresser really loves T3 products so I asked him about it and he said he actually is not a fan of the wet to dry, that he likes the hairdryer and the regular straightener. But I am a little leary of trying another T3 at that cost.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Other Hair: Other Eyes: Other
I wasn't too thrilled with this. I was initially very excited about the concept of a wet to dry iron, so I had to try it. I really thought it would save me a lot of time. But I wasn't impressed with the results. This never completely dried my hair, so it was damp even after a few run throughs. Since the hair is not completely dry, it doesn't end up completely straight. Further, it does not make my hair silky and smooth like the other irons do. I am going back to my Chi and returning this. Hope this review helps.