Lots of comments leave photographs of their voluminous hairdos in their reviews, as proof of this flat iron’s hair-raising power. This ringing endorsement more or less sums up Voloom’s appeal: “I really think that the inventor of this miracle tool should be made a saint, or have a town square named after them. If you have to sell your first born to purchase this device, do it.”
What’s the best hair straightener? Should I use ceramic or titanium plates? What’s the best flat iron for curly hair? And WTF’s the deal with straightening brushes?! Yup, there are approximately a billion questions that come with buying the best flat iron, and it doesn’t help that there are also a billion options to choose from, all ranging from somewhat gentle to fry-your-hair intense.
With curling tongs and wands, GHD is facing stiff competition from Cloud 9, as well as T3 and Babyliss. Babyliss delivers excellent build quality for the prices it charges (which can be £50 less than comparable GHD models), but its curling products aren't nearly as sophisticated as GHD's. Products like the T3 Whirl Trio Interchangeable Styling Wand are closer to the GHD Curve collection, offering interchangeable barrels. This extra flexibility is great for salons or households with a few different hair types. But it's probably not crucial for individuals. Overall, the Curve remains at the top of the tree, so you can be sure that you'll be purchasing a high-quality accessory.