Ghd 00217 Professional Original Styler, 1 Inch I purchased this product in January of this year, Three months later I started having problems with the styler. It would heat up, and when I started using it, it began clicking and the heating element would go off and on. I was not happy of course since I had paid 170.00 for the product. I called the company as it has a two year warrenty. I was informed the company would not honor the warrenty since I had purchased this product through Amazon.com, that I would have to go through Amazon.com for any conpensation. I talked to Amazon.com and they told me they would only compensate me half of the purchase price, and when I asked for the product to be replaced, they said NO they would not replace it, that they could only give me half of the purchase price. They said they would send me an email with a link for me to print a return label and that return postage was free. But When I recieved the email with the return label At the very end it says if it is not their fault, I would be charged 34.00 for the return postage!!! I feel like I am getting the run around here! I can send it back, but they will only refund me half and then they are going to take half of that for return shipping??? It is just wrong wrong wrong!!!
Sadly My GHD Straightener just died halfway through straightening my hair for a wedding. Although I have owned it for three years it is only used a couple of times a month, always kept in its protected pouch with the heat guard on, still looks new. I realise it is now out of warranty but surely for the price of the product the consumer has a right to expect a longer life expectancy, or are my expectations unrealistic? I have contacted GHD but have had no response so far. Very disappointed. This is my third GHD that has died. 23.9 Update on the above. Huge recommendation for GHD customer service in Australia. They did not hesitate to support me with my product issues. If you are having issues with your product give the team at GHD a call.

Are infrared straighteners better?


Sadly My GHD Straightener just died halfway through straightening my hair for a wedding. Although I have owned it for three years it is only used a couple of times a month, always kept in its protected pouch with the heat guard on, still looks new. I realise it is now out of warranty but surely for the price of the product the consumer has a right to expect a longer life expectancy, or are my expectations unrealistic? I have contacted GHD but have had no response so far. Very disappointed. This is my third GHD that has died. 23.9 Update on the above. Huge recommendation for GHD customer service in Australia. They did not hesitate to support me with my product issues. If you are having issues with your product give the team at GHD a call.

Are infrared straighteners better?


This is my 3rd GHD and is absolutely a super star of a hair straightener. My hair is thinner these days so it takes less than 10 mins to do the job. Good paddle size and easy to use. Heats up quickly. My daughter who has very thick, curly hair loves this straightener. Her hair looks healthier after using it. A bit more pricey but worth it. No issues at all with it.


Sadly My GHD Straightener just died halfway through straightening my hair for a wedding. Although I have owned it for three years it is only used a couple of times a month, always kept in its protected pouch with the heat guard on, still looks new. I realise it is now out of warranty but surely for the price of the product the consumer has a right to expect a longer life expectancy, or are my expectations unrealistic? I have contacted GHD but have had no response so far. Very disappointed. This is my third GHD that has died. 23.9 Update on the above. Huge recommendation for GHD customer service in Australia. They did not hesitate to support me with my product issues. If you are having issues with your product give the team at GHD a call.

Are infrared straighteners better?


Since none of the previous steps guarantee that you will get the worst buildup that is caught between the body of the hair straightener and the plates, it’s time for us to get our tools. Take a toothpick and pick the dirt out gently; afterwards, remove what you dug up with a toothbrush or a q-tip. Remember, be very gentle as not to damage or loosen the plates!
In addition to its sweet settings and versatility, this hair straightener is also super lightweight and features thin, 1-inch plates to save precious real estate on your bathroom counter or inside your vanity cabinet! The BaByliss Pro Nano Titanium Straightening Iron is ideal for anyone with a tiny bathroom (or multiple roommates!) and who wants the results of larger hair straighteners without the added weight or storage space.
The originals follow a very basic design of a flat iron – that means that they have straight edges as opposed to curved. Like all ghds, they operate at 185 degrees, which is the optimal level to be hot enough to have an effect, but not so hot that it will damage your hair to any degree. They also have a 1 inch width, which is the norm for all ghd’s too. For most people looking to pick up the cheapest pair of ghd’s possible, then the Originals give you the ability to do this.
For many, the word “toner” brings to mind stinging astringents from the ’80s. “The original was an alcohol-based product that was used to dry up oily skin and remove any leftover dirt following cleansing,” Dr. Nazarian says. Today’s formulas, however, have evolved. Think of them as supplements — these thin liquids deliver an extra shot of nutrients, helping the other products in your regimen absorb better, while still balancing your complexion. Most experts, the New York City aesthetician Jordana Mattioli says, consider toner to be optional: “It can be a good way to add in specific ingredients that you may not have in your other products or add another layer of skin-replenishment.” If you have the time and inclination, here are some hero ingredients to look for:
The two strips of silicone atop Bio Ionic’s flat iron plates seem silly, but they serve an important purpose. By buffering the outer edge of the plates, they reduce your chances of hair snags. They also force you to glide the flat iron more slowly through your hair (they are called speed strips, after all). While the slower technique maximizes shininess and smoothness, the speed strips can become a bit of an obstacle if your hair is thick.
I love these, they glide smoothly through my hair and leave it looking and feeling silky and healthy. My hair type is fine/normal and slightly wavy. My hair is bad at holding curls I can create some great beach’s waves with these that last all day. Only thins that annoying is the plastic casing of the plate has a seam in in which my fine hair finds a way to get trapped in, which never happened with my old GHDs that I have for 10 years. Also kinda wish the button was a switch like the used to be, the press and hold button to switch on and audio feedback just feels a little out of sync and devalues the experience for me. Still worth the $200 I paid for them though. 

Sadly My GHD Straightener just died halfway through straightening my hair for a wedding. Although I have owned it for three years it is only used a couple of times a month, always kept in its protected pouch with the heat guard on, still looks new. I realise it is now out of warranty but surely for the price of the product the consumer has a right to expect a longer life expectancy, or are my expectations unrealistic? I have contacted GHD but have had no response so far. Very disappointed. This is my third GHD that has died. 23.9 Update on the above. Huge recommendation for GHD customer service in Australia. They did not hesitate to support me with my product issues. If you are having issues with your product give the team at GHD a call.
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Great skin is not simply a matter of DNA — your daily habits, in fact, have a big impact on what you see in the mirror. But depending on which product reviews you read or doctors you consult, there is a dizzying number of opinions on everything from how to moisturize to how to protect yourself from UV rays. Ultimately, caring for your skin is simply personal.
My eclipse died and I couldn't afford to replace them with the new platinum model, so went for the GHD V Styler, but they were horrendous and made no difference to my hair whatsoever. After reading reviews I thought I'd then try the IV Styler instead, now while a slight improvement on the V model, my hair was still left looking very big and frizzy. I've now reverted back to my really old emergency set of SHE's and can't believe how much better they are than GHD's, even the eclipse! If they ever need replacing, I know which brand I'll be opting for at half the price of GHD's!

How can I curl my hair naturally?


Sadly My GHD Straightener just died halfway through straightening my hair for a wedding. Although I have owned it for three years it is only used a couple of times a month, always kept in its protected pouch with the heat guard on, still looks new. I realise it is now out of warranty but surely for the price of the product the consumer has a right to expect a longer life expectancy, or are my expectations unrealistic? I have contacted GHD but have had no response so far. Very disappointed. This is my third GHD that has died. 23.9 Update on the above. Huge recommendation for GHD customer service in Australia. They did not hesitate to support me with my product issues. If you are having issues with your product give the team at GHD a call.
If you lived through this particular time in our world history, then you probably remember the super straight hairstyles that we all sported a time or two (bonus points if you took a photo of yourself like this in your bathroom mirror using a digital camera!). For reasons we may never know for certain, sharp and straight hair was the hairstyle of choice back in the early 2000’s giving the good old hair straightener somewhat of a bad reputation.
However, if you only straighten your hair for special occasions, or have shorter or thinner hair, you’ll likely be equally as satisfied with a cheaper flat iron. Both the HSI Professional Glider and the Remington 1” Flat Iron with Anti-Static Technology and Digital Controls are great options depending on your budget. If you’re simply buying the GHD hair straightener because of the name, you may end up spending more money than you need to.

Can you use a GHD on wet hair?


This original hair hero uses ceramic heat technology to style at the optimum styling temperature, for perfect results every time. A rounded barrel and floating plates makes this styler glide easily through hair, creating beautiful styles. Plus, with automatic sleep mode and universal voltage you'll have peace of mind to create great results at home or abroad. 

How hot are GHD Platinum?


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Thankfully, we’ve learned a lot about hair care and preserving your hair’s natural integrity while styling. However, this wasn’t always the case. If you ever had a perm done in the 80’s or teased your hair to holy heaven in the 90’s, chances are pretty good that your hair has endured a bit of damage. The same can be said if you color your hair on a regular basis or recently went from your natural brunette color to a bright platinum blonde. No matter how the damage was caused, there are certain features you will want to shop for when selecting the ideal hair straightener for your course hair type:
My eclipse died and I couldn't afford to replace them with the new platinum model, so went for the GHD V Styler, but they were horrendous and made no difference to my hair whatsoever. After reading reviews I thought I'd then try the IV Styler instead, now while a slight improvement on the V model, my hair was still left looking very big and frizzy. I've now reverted back to my really old emergency set of SHE's and can't believe how much better they are than GHD's, even the eclipse! If they ever need replacing, I know which brand I'll be opting for at half the price of GHD's!

GHD went and nabbed itself a 2018 Best of Beauty award with this miracle of a flatiron. The tool maintains a constant temperature of 365 degrees Fahrenheit, but get this: It reads the thickness or thinness of the sections you use so it can adjust the amount of power it exerts. That way, it keeps the same temperature while straightening your hair and gets all the sections evenly straight without you having to worry too much about heat damage. "My hair felt relatively healthy after ironing which I am not used to," says Tracey Zane, director of content development for Allure. "The tool moves much effortlessly across my hair, and actually makes it feel silky smooth once ironing."

Serums are packed with turbo-charged ingredients designed to penetrate skin in ways everyday moisturizers simply can’t—and their price tag often reflects this fact (as I’m sure you’ve noticed). For some people, these uber-products are definitely worth the investment: they come with a host of benefits, like smoothing fine lines, increasing firmness, speeding cell turnover, boosting brightness, and correcting discoloration. The catch, though, is that they won’t work as well if you use them incorrectly.
Here at the Strategist, we like to think of ourselves as crazy (in the good way) about the stuff we buy, but as much as we’d like to, we can’t try everything. Which is why we have People’s Choice, in which we find the best-reviewed products and single out the most convincing ones. (You can learn more about our rating system and how we pick each item here.)

Why are my GHDs beeping constantly?


Compared to the fancy flatirons, this one is a great value. And Target reviewers agree – it has almost 200 five-star reviews. It’s called a “3-in-1” iron because the iron has curved plates, so you can use it to create smooth waves, curls, and sleek, straight styles. It heats up quickly, and has a long (9 feet) cord so you can maneuver with dexterity. And don’t worry about having to rush home because you can’t remember if you shut off the flatiron — there’s an automatic shut-off. Celebrity hairstylist Kristin Ess also has some great videos showing you how to use it at home.
I love GHD i purchased this styler in August and can't be happier, i have curly/thick/coarse hair and this styler works amazing, it makes my hair so straight and soft and look amazing, i use it maybe 1-3 times a week and once it's done i don't have to redo it like i have with other flat irons.. I have and will continue to purchase GHD flat irons and products.
Research Director Lori Segal also gave the iron a go. She's used GHD's original Platinum Styler, but found that it didn't smooth her hair to her liking. "It still left my naturally wavy hair a bit fluffy, even when straight," she says. But she felt as if this iteration of the iron gave her a look that is more her speed. "There was a clear difference in this one making my hair flatter and less puffy than the previous model. And the finish is less frizzy and dry." While she mentioned she feelt like she needed to add a smoothing serum to get her hair as sleek as she wanted it, she does appreciate the temperature-control technology. "I like that it still heats to a 'safe' temperature for my hair type without scorching it and that it heats up quickly and evenly."
This hair straightener from BaBylissPRO has a wide base of adoring fans who think it’s well worth the price tag for its ability to work through their thick locks. One says, “I have used the CHI brand over 10 years and loved it. Decided to buy a larger iron and went with this one based on the reviews. WOW, so, normally it takes me 20 minutes to straighten my hair with the CHI, not anymore, I only spent 5 minutes for my long thick hair, and no frizz and lasted for days with minor touch up.” Another reviewer with “unusually thick hair” said that it “ turned my straightening routine into less than ten minutes, when it used to take over a half hour.”
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