I can't believe Amazon would allow one of their trusted sellers to sell fakes. I received mine today and it took about 5 seconds to realize that it was fake. I could not register it on the ghd website, and I came across the information below to help identify fakes. This straightener did not have a reset button on the plug, and had many more of the 'give-aways' that it was a fake! DO NOT BUY FROM THIS SELLER.
I bought this straightener September 16th 2014. I did a lot of research and it looked like this was a great product. It was really expensive at $198 but I decided I wanted to spend some money for good quality. I think it did a fantastic job on my hair. It definitely took me less time to straighten it than I am used to. I don't straighten my hair everyday because I don't want the heat damage. I would like my usage light to moderate. The straightener has a fail-safe shutoff if you leave it on. I have really liked that feature because you don't want to worry about it being left on after you leave the house. I went to use my straightener a few weeks ago and it wouldn't turn on. I checked the electrical box to see if it tripped a fuse/switch. I turned it off and on a few times and I hit test/reset on the unit several times. The straightener was completely dead. After contacting Amazon they allowed me to return the item, but charged a $29.70 re-stocking fee. Now I am out the straightener and the money for the restocking fee. It was a great product while it worked. I have bought $20 straighteners from Walmart that have lasted for YEARS with heavy use. This was really disappointing. Buyer Beware: Works great while it works...
Drybar, which basically re-wrote the script on the salon blow-out experience, created its own hair-straightening brush so clients can achieve professional-level sleekness at home. Drybar’s bright yellow Brush Crush Heated Straightening Brush, with customizable heat settings up to 450-degrees Fahrenheit, smooths hair in a matter of minutes and leaves your locks with a little more bounce than a traditional flat iron would. A hair-straightening brush like this is great for someone who prefers more of a natural look to pin-straight hair and might be your easiest at-home route to looking like you just got a fresh salon blow out.
Many hair straighteners feature a visual interface to alert you when the device is getting a bit too hot for comfort or when it has surpassed the ideal temperature for your hair. With the T3 Micro Single Pass Flat Iron, you can expect the same visual cues with the bonus of sound alerts as well! That’s right; this flat iron will actually tell you when it reaches its ideal temperature or when it is about to shut off automatically after one hour. Now that’s some hot tech!
The GHD Platinum+ Styler claims to be the world's first predictive straightener, meaning it takes into consideration the thickness or thinness of your hair in order to determine the amount of power it needs to get your hair straight and maintain the ideal 365-degree styling temperature. That way, you can straighten your hair evenly with minimal damage or having to worry about the iron getting too hot. Say you have super thick hair or are styling a thick section. The Platinum+ Styler will exert more power to straighten it than if you've got thin hair or are passing the iron over a thinner section. GHD says to expect 70 percent less breakage, 20 percent more shine, and twice the color protection if you use their brand-new, $249 iron.
Very helpful instructions. I was surprised for the first time when I heard the beep going off, just seconds after I’ve plugged it in. Second surprise hit me when it started gliding through my hair, no tugging or pulling whatsoever. It straightened my tight curled afro like it was nothing, and left me just staring at myself in the mirror with disbelief. The styler never does any damage by singing or burning my fragile locks (hurrrayy), and it takes me insanely short time to make whatever style I want. If you too want to add some variety to your hair, then this is definitely a tool for you
👸🏼Hair straight or curled?! Whatever you choose, [user:ghdhair] changes the game. I said I was going to do an honest review, and here it is! Pros: doesn’t catch on hair like my other straightener/curler. Heats up in like 20 seconds. Makes noise when it’s heating up (I have never had a styling tool talk to me, but hellloooo future!) I didn’t burn myself. -This is huge! I curled my hair in 10 minutes. THE CURLS HELD FOR THREE DAYS!🔥 Cons: if you’re not ambidextrous, like I am, I can imagine it being a bit difficult... but probably no more difficult than any other tool. If you hold the tool in one place for too long, it creates creases in your hair. So, no hesitation just go for it! Finding the right amount of hair to curl was a trial and error! I found that my hair worked really well with 1” sections!