InterDesign Classico Over the Cabinet Hair Care Tools Organizer for Hair Dryer, Flat Iron, Curling Wand, Straightener – Chrome

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Posted on: December 5, 2017

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The InterDesign Classico hair care organizer conveniently fits over most cabinet doors to create extra storage for your hair styling tools. This caddy includes four separate storage compartments for holding hair dryers, curling irons, straighteners or hair brushes. Its open wire design can store tools even when they're still hot while keeping all of your hair care tools readily accessible at the bathroom vanity.

Product Features

  • HAIR CARE STORAGE - Caddy efficiently combines four storage compartments for a hair dryer and other styling tools like curling and straightening irons, hair brushes and more all in one place
  • SAFELY STORES HOT TOOLS - Stores styling tools even while they are still hot. Bottom shelf provides stability for your stored tools and can hold smaller accessories like hair clips and more
  • EASY INSTALLATION - No hardware is required; Simply hang over a cabinet door up to 1 ½" thick for easy access to styling tools
  • DURABLE CONSTRUCTION - Made of durable steel wire with an attractive chrome finish
  • DIMENSIONS - Measures 13.37" Inches x 5.44" Inches x 16.47" Inches

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  • I know better than anybody about this soap berry since i grew with it :) When i was young there was lot of soap berry trees in my home town in India. These soap berries are not only used to wash hair but also clean silver jewelries, clothes and kitchen items. My parents still wash their hair directly from these berries. They are 65+ in age and their hair is so thick and kinda black. They don't use any dyes on the scalp. I am done testing all kinds of shampoos on my hair and have been repenting. And this is where i stop changing my shampoo again.Back to soap...

    AmazonCustomer. Posted on: December 3, 2017 Reply
  • Almost as good as it gets I've used both this and its "normal to dry" variant, and both are wonderful, gentle shampoos that you can use daily without ill effects. Even though my hair tends toward oily, I actually prefer the other variety because it lathers better, and a lifetime of corporate hair-care brainwashing has convinced me that lather is necessary. The "normal to dry" is a thicker, more moisturizing formula that just feels nicer regardless of what your hair is like. The "normal to oily"...

    Tony Posted on: December 3, 2017 Reply

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