NICKY CLARKE

Nicky Clarke Premium Frizz Control Hot Air Styler

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A high performance Hot Air Styler that is big on volume. The distinctive oval barrel gives supreme volume and bounce with adjustable temperature settings that styles and dries your hair at the same time. Ionic conditioning helps smooth the hair and reduce frizz for a sleek and shiny finish.Pro-salon 600w hot air styler for powerful for faster drying & styling, Ionic technology helps smooth hair and control frizz, Large oval barrel for extra volume and loose waves, Two heat and speed settings for variable controls to suit all hair types, Removable brush head for easy cleaning, Extra long 3M cord.

Specifications

1) Ensure your hands are dry and hair is not dripping wet 2) Ensure there is no moisture on the appliance, or on the plug 3) Select the chosen attachment, and attach to the handle by pushing and twisting until it clicks into place. 4) Plug the unit into a suitable mains supply and switch on by moving the slider into position 1. 5) The Frizz Control Hot Air Styler has a dual heat/speed function. 6) Dry and style your hair as desired. 7) Set your style by moving the Cool Shot slider up. Slide it down to blow hot air again. 8) Switch off by moving the On/Off Speed slider to position 0 and unplug your styler from the mains supply socket. Allow your styler to cool fully on a heat resistant surface before storing. 9) To switch attachment, slide down the side switch, twist, & release.
More Information
SKU000000000000412718
Product Main Barcode5060256150466
Product BMC ValueFNTC03
Warranty2 Year Warranty
Product Reference Number412718000EA
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