Copper is famously known for being an even heat conductor (just ask any cook), which is why it makes for the perfect plates on a flat iron. And fewer strokes over each section results in less heat damage. Bonus: The detachable comb also smooths and distributes your coarse hair evenly over the plates, so you’re left with stick-straight hair on the first pass.
Well they replied to my email apologising and sent me another code £38.28. So reordered using both codes (y) . Straighteners arrived today and cost me £50.72. So after a bit of a hiccup. My personal experience with the customer service centre was great. They’re replies were quick, polite and helpful. Even had some early hours of Sunday morning as I was working a night shift and messaged them. (y) (y)
I looked at my 5 yr old ghd and these ghd straighteners and they looked the same. I was ready to return these straighteners. But then I used both straighteners and compared them, these ones were better. The old straighteners snagged on bottom of my hair. The new straighteners glided through my hair without pulling my hair. The plates are soooo much better :-) 

Xtava’s two inch-wide plates are massive, making them perfect for people with thick or coarse hair. Aside from the plates, everything else about this flat iron is fairly standard. You can use it at a temperature range in between 265 and 445 degrees Fahrenheit, the plates are made with tourmaline and ceramic, and it takes less than two minutes for the tool to fully heat.
Has anyone else noticed that items are significantly cheaper when you change your "shopping from" country to certain countries like Malta, Lithuania and Luxembourg that have the GBP option? (you can also do this in the app under "App Settings"). You can still ship to UK addresses for free when doing this and the "APPY4U" code still works. I don't know if there are any reasons not to do this if the "shopping from" country is in the EU. Has anyone else tried?
Though it looks high tech with an LCD screen, this budget-friendly straightener has impressed Amazon reviewers everywhere. "I have very thick curly/wavy hair and in a matter of 45 minutes my hair was the straightest I’ve ever been able to get it by doing my hair on my own," wrote one reviewer from Florida, who said her straight hair managed to endure the state's humid climate.

What are GHD plates made of?


When taming coarse, wavy or curly hair, sometimes you need a little to kick it up a notch. That’s why we love that the CHI G2 Ceramic and Titanium Flat Iron can reach a maximum temperature of 425° F and heats up in under a minute! With this hair straightener, say goodbye to wasted time waiting for your tool to heat up, and get styled and out in the door!  

How can you tell if GHDs are genuine?


Hair straighteners come in a lot of different sizes, and that can make it more difficult to decide which one is right for you. By learning about the type of hair you have, the kind of style you want, and the amount of heat you need, you can also figure out what the best size iron for your hair is. It does make a difference for the sake of speed as well as precision. It sounds like a lot of work, but you can figure out what’s right for you by clicking here.
Sephora’s best-selling hair straightener and flat iron list is dominated by styling tools from big hitter GHD. The crème de la crème on the beauty retailer’s list is GHD’s Platinum+ Professional Performance 1” Styler. The flat iron operates at 365-degrees Fahrenheit, which the brand considers “the optimum styling temperature for even healthier hair,” has a 20-second heat-up time, and a heat-resistant plate guard to protect your furniture and other surfaces. While the price point is definitely on the higher side, GHD’s hair straightener uses predictive technology that adapts to your hair’s individual texture and needs, promising you a unique — and worth it — hair-styling experience.
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