What did we do before GHD?

Before I owned my ghds my hair was a complete mess. About a year ago I decided that I would invest in a pair of good quality straighteners to help me manage my hair as I’d had enough of fighting my hair every single morning. The first time I heard of ghd irons was when my hair stylist asked me if I would like to try some new ceramic stylers they had just got in. My hair stylist said it would reduce my time at the salon in half.

I decided to buy some of my own while trying convinced myself that for something I will use everyday ?95 wasn’t a bad deal. After all, some people spend that on one pair of shoes or a bag.
To make sure you are not ripped off I would be very careful of ordering ghds online and only order from websites that are official autorised ghd retailers. I bought mine from this comparison web site: ghd Straighteners that compared prices from all of the ghd athorised dealers and got a great deal on genuine ghds.
GHD straighteners come in three styles, ghd MK4 Styler, The Mini Styler and the Salon Styler. I have the regular ones. The ghd IV styler is the most common and is suited to all types of hair. The wider plates you get on the Salon Styler lets you work more rapidly through larger sections of hair which makes it the best choice for thicker or heavier hair. The ghd Mini Styler as its name suggest is the smallest of the bunch and is ideal for short hair and is also great for curling. Each of the three models has ceramic heat plates. Ceramic plates not only glide easily through the hair but distribute the heat better. Also included in all ghds is the built-in microprocessor which regulates the temperature five times per second. When first switched on the stylers can be up to temperature in a matter of seconds. Instead of spending over a hour on my hair it takes 20 minites, and it leaves my hair striaght and looking great. Another plus point is that you can create many other styles, such as curls, waves and flicks. They are a must have.

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