100 genuine well pleased.speedy delivery will use this seller again.was more than a little dubious having read buyers complaining about fake ghd allegedly sold by this seller but a very simple test and no problem registering with ghd proves I have purchased the real deal at a great price.
this is the original because I registered it with ghd. The flat iron is light weight and you only have to go over your hair once. I am an indian with long and very frizzy hair and this flat iron does the trick. It leaves the hair straight and smooth highly recommended.
Best straightner I've ever used. Heats up quick. Perfect for straightning curls or beach waves. Very impressed.
Most straighteners will have either ceramic or tourmaline plates, although a few use titanium. Ceramic is the best choice for delicate, fine or color-treated hair because it heats evenly and a bit more slowly than tourmaline or titanium with no hot spots. Tourmaline and titanium, by contrast, heat up extremely quickly and can easily damage thin or sensitive hair before you’re even aware that it’s happened. For thick hair, though, tourmaline or titanium are the way to go; tourmaline has the added benefit of producing 20x more negative ions, making hair moist and silky and reducing frizz.
This is a great styler according to my girlfriend. I purchased this styles on amazon because it was cheaper than through other outlets such as sephora. After reading some comments I was concerned that this may be a knock off brand of the ghd classic styles but was relieved that I could register the product on the ghd website as well as check via the checklist of genuine product traits that someone else nicely posted. I bought this through amazon and deva concepts dropship and recommend you do the same.
Creative director of GLAMSQUAD Giovanni Vaccaro prefers this flat iron by Sedu. "The ceramic plates are really key to maintain the integrity and healthiness of the hair," he says. To get expertly straight hair, Vaccaro recommends using a boar-bristle brush to help mediate frizz, and that "the follow through is key" when moving the iron and comb completely from roots to tips.