Yeah, so, I straighten my hair every morning, because I think sticking a hot iron to your head is a great way to wake up. It’s better than coffee.
I was straightening my hair this morning when I saw this:
This tag can mean one of two things:
1. I shouldn’t make eye contact with the straightener. Understandable. If you make eye contact with it, the straightener thinks you are trying to be dominate and will attack. I’m sure you’ve seen the brawls on FOX’s “When Haircare Tools Attack.” I watched it once. I wish I could unsee it … along with “The Glutton Bowl” and a lot of other things I’ve seen on FOX.
2. People are burning their eyeballs with their hair straighteners. Really? People are sticking a hot flatiron in their eye? Are they trying to straighten their eyelashes and/or eyebrows? How unruly are their eyelashes? I’m sure we can all agree that the people who think putting a burning hot iron near their eyes are not going to be helped by this little warning tag on the cord.