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My grandma purchased this curling iron for me to use at her house. We tried it this summer and got my bangs stuck in it. After much effort we were able to get my hair out, but it was burnt. I came again this week and we had worse problems. I had curled half of my hair and the curls were nice. HOWEVER, after I was about 1/2 done a piece of hair got caught. After trying to get my hair out on my own I asked my grandma to help. She spent about 15 minutes trying to get my hair out - which was painful and the curling iron was still hot. We then got out a screwdriver and removed every screw from the device. That didn't help one bit. Finally we had to crack the curling iron apart . . . THAT DIDN'T EVEN HELP! We then cut through the wires and called the neighbor to come help. After approximately 1 1/2 hours, much pain, and lost time we did finally untangle the mess and got the hair out of the dangerous rod. We will also be writing to the manufacturer. They need some way to safely remove hair since it is so easily tangled in this device.
Looking at some of the other reviews, I couldn't help but wonder if they were reading the same book. While the main character of Jessa had occasional bouts of entertainment value, her obsession with food quickly made her into a one-schtick pony personality-wise. Even worse was that Jessa was still a deeper character than pretty much everyone else in the book. The Compass brothers were, from a character-depth perspective, completely interchangeable. The were all strong, intimidating, "hunky," and obsessed with Jessa. You could take any of their dialogue and if you hid the name of the brother, there would be no way of telling which of the four Compasses it was. They were just that generic. That was the extent of their "personalities." The villains were generic in their villainy, and Jessa's family were bland in the extreme. While I had hopes for Jessa as a character at times, they were quickly dashed. In between bouts of crying and inconsistent behavior, Jessa wasn't much of a heroine. She either needed rescuing by one of the strong, hunky men or when she did get herself out of situation, it was more by accident than design. "Wait, I have this new power / ability that randomly decided to manifest itself now and save me without any conscious effort on my part. Oh joy, oh rapture."