Overall rating
4.1
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77%
would repurchase
4.1
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Overall rating
77%
would repurchase

Latest Remington Reviews

S5500 1" Anti-Static Flat Iron with Floating Ceramic Plates and Digital Controls

I use the gray one with the orange prongs. It looks better than the one in the picture and honestly, at this price, you have nothing to lose. I have used CHI, Conair, Hot Tools, Helen of Troy and many others but this is certainly one of the best in the market. I bought it based on the high ratings at Target website and people were not lying. This is a good quality product at a fraction of the price. It does the job done in one pass. It provides clear instructions regarding type of hair and level of heat. It is awesome. Highly recommended!

S5500 1" Anti-Static Flat Iron with Floating Ceramic Plates and Digital Controls
5.0
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3 months ago

I use the gray one with the orange prongs. It looks better than the one in the picture and honestly, at this price, you have nothing to lose. I have used CHI, Conair, Hot Tools, Helen of Troy and many others but this is certainly one of the best in the market. I bought it based on the high ratings at Target website and people were not lying. This is a good quality product at a fraction of the price. It does the job done in one pass. It provides clear instructions regarding type of hair and level of heat. It is awesome. Highly recommended!


Ceramic Compact Hot Rollers, H-1015

I have had these for years, & they continue to invaluable. I have fine wavy hair; Unfortunatley I have to heat style to either straighten or curl, air drying gives me very blah results. * I use a set of all larger rollers- I ended up with 2 sets of these rollers and put all of the larger ones in my set - the small were too small for my just below shoulder length hair I dry my hair straight (ish) then put these on using butterfly clips (not the “pins” that come with the set). Spray my rolled hair with hairspray, then do my makeup, body lotion etc. I leave these in at least 20 min, typically more (30-45). They are light feeling and the clips keep them secure so it’s the easiest way of doing my hair if I want volume or curls. 1 set almost does my whole head if I use big sections of hair on each roller. Leaves my hair super shiny looking with lasting volume /curl . Wish the set included another 2-4 rollers but still recommend!

Ceramic Compact Hot Rollers, H-1015
4.0
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5 months ago

I have had these for years, & they continue to invaluable. I have fine wavy hair; Unfortunatley I have to heat style to either straighten or curl, air drying gives me very blah results. * I use a set of all larger rollers- I ended up with 2 sets of these rollers and put all of the larger ones in my set - the small were too small for my just below shoulder length hair I dry my hair straight (ish) then put these on using butterfly clips (not the “pins” that come with the set). Spray my rolled hair with hairspray, then do my makeup, body lotion etc. I leave these in at least 20 min, typically more (30-45). They are light feeling and the clips keep them secure so it’s the easiest way of doing my hair if I want volume or curls. 1 set almost does my whole head if I use big sections of hair on each roller. Leaves my hair super shiny looking with lasting volume /curl . Wish the set included another 2-4 rollers but still recommend!

Wet 2 Straight
1.0
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2 years ago

I read the good reviews on here and thought I would give it a try. I have always used a chi flat iron on dry hair and have been pretty happy with it but saw that this could cut down on my drying time. Ugh! This fried my hair! I even used a great hear protectant. It made my hair like straw and even stripped the color! I have never had this kind of awful result. Using heat like this on wet hair is a recipe for disaster if you already have damaged hair. Can't wait to return this! Not for me. I'll stick with a hair dryer and my chi flat iron.

Wet 2 Straight
1.0
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2 years ago

I read the good reviews on here and thought I would give it a try. I have always used a chi flat iron on dry hair and have been pretty happy with it but saw that this could cut down on my drying time. Ugh! This fried my hair! I even used a great hear protectant. It made my hair like straw and even stripped the color! I have never had this kind of awful result. Using heat like this on wet hair is a recipe for disaster if you already have damaged hair. Can't wait to return this! Not for me. I'll stick with a hair dryer and my chi flat iron.