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August 27, 2013

My Point Is... Caveat Emptor (Let the buyer beware!)

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LAUREL COUNTY, Ky. —

Yet the desire for these newly developed products continues to incite my interest. Always being one who prefers “wash and wear hair,” the new cyclone dryer attachment that offers almost instant curls has truly intrigued me. The attachment, sensibly priced at only $14.99 plus shipping and handling, will fit any blow dryer and the results are simply amazing. No more standing with the flat iron and/or curling iron burning your skin and hair, no more waiting to see if the curls are the same on each side of the head. Now, you just wash your hair, put the cyclone attachment to the hair dryer, and your hair is dried and styled in one easy step.

Although past products have not had the best possible turnout, I’m sure from the demonstrations of this cyclone-style dryer have to be accurate. And if I call or click right now, I can get a second one for just the shipping and handling charge.

Quick, somebody, write down that website!

 

njohnson@sentinel-echo.com

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