L’Oreal Steampod 2.0 Review & Tutorial | Fashion Mumblr

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I’ve recently switched my usual straighteners for the L’Oreal Steampod, and thought that a review / tutorial video would be really useful for anyone thinking about buying one or adding it to their Christmas wishlist!

Link to buy L’Oreal Steampod : http://bit.ly/1LC56uY

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  1. A.S.
    A.S. 31 May, 2017, 23:34

    Lydia Elise Millen curls her hair with this tool and it looks gorgeous! wonder how it would work on your hair because I havw fine hair too and Lydia 's is really thick so I haven't been convinced bying it quite yet…

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  2. XRYSA KAPSIMALI
    XRYSA KAPSIMALI 31 May, 2017, 23:34

    Hi! i have just bought the steampod and i want to ask you if the ceramic plates are moving? The one without the comb , it's moving, is it normal?? Thank you..

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  3. vwj123
    vwj123 31 May, 2017, 23:34

    Fantastic review. I actually appreciated some of the repeated bits they helped me remember key points. Thanks!

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  4. PurpleSkulls 1991
    PurpleSkulls 1991 31 May, 2017, 23:34

    How much Hun?x

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  5. Bungle19x
    Bungle19x 31 May, 2017, 23:34

    This confuses me. Doesn't the steam means damp hair? Wouldn't Damp hair + ceramic heat mean more damage as your frying your hair dry at 200 degrees?

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  6. Bungle19x
    Bungle19x 31 May, 2017, 23:34

    This confuses me. Doesn't the steam means damp hair? Wouldn't Damp hair + ceramic heat mean more damage as your frying your hair dry at 200 degrees?

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  7. Bungle19x
    Bungle19x 31 May, 2017, 23:34

    This confuses me. Doesn't the steam means damp hair? Wouldn't Damp hair + ceramic heat mean more damage as your frying your hair dry at 200 degrees?

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  8. Isla Rivers
    Isla Rivers 31 May, 2017, 23:34

    Thank you for sharing, this was such a detailed review.

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  9. Tasha Bailey
    Tasha Bailey 31 May, 2017, 23:34

    I love you so so so so much. Im the one who said you were beautiful inside and out btw. I changed accounts so people know me. You arey favourite youtuber ever……!!!! Ly +fashionmumblr

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  10. jolien keunen
    jolien keunen 31 May, 2017, 23:34

    Hi girl! You have to buy distilled water, normal watter is not good for the steampod! xxx

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  11. Laurel Lu
    Laurel Lu 31 May, 2017, 23:34

    Thank you for another great video! I too have coloured hair which has unfortunately left it dry and a kind of hay texture on the ends. I might just be putting this on my Christmas list! ahaha x

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  12. Connie Baum
    Connie Baum 31 May, 2017, 23:34

    I love that lipstick what is it?

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  13. Amber Dutton
    Amber Dutton 31 May, 2017, 23:34

    Does it work on curly hair?

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  14. Alexa W
    Alexa W 31 May, 2017, 23:34

    I agree, I hate the feeling of hair tools damaging my ends so I'm always looking for a 'healthier' alternative 😊

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  15. Danielle Warren
    Danielle Warren 31 May, 2017, 23:34

    Good video but I think you repeated parts of it? The steam pod on window sill etc? Also maybe using a larger mirror so we could see the full effect when your using it?

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  16. Imaan x
    Imaan x 31 May, 2017, 23:34

    Loved this review! But found it very repetitive

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