I had a set of ghd straighteners a few years back and my daughter always said they were the best she used.this new set is of apparent equal standard containing the straighteners and a heat resistant mat. The real bonus with these is the heat limiting built in setting of 185 degrees which ensures no hair burn. The second bonus is the hot plates being both above and below the hair.great and highly recommended
For better or worse, we are B-U-S-Y nowadays. Running from meeting to meeting and trying to pick up our kids from carpool before soccer practice, it’s no wonder that we often place ourselves at the bottom of our daily priority list. This mindset typically carries over into our appearances and explains why more women than ever are rocking messy top knots and buns than ever before.

Stylists often wash a subject's hair first, so that the hair is cut while still slightly damp. Compared to dry hair, wet hair can be easier to manage in a cut/style situation because the added weight and surface tension of the water cause the strands to stretch downward and cling together along the hair's length, holding a line and making it easier for the stylist to create a form. It is important to note that this method of cutting hair while wet, may be most suitable (or common) for straight hair types. Curly, kinky and other types of hair textures with considerable volume may benefit from cutting while dry, as the hair is in a more natural state and the hair can be cut evenly.
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.
I bought these for my partner to replace her old pair of ghd ten years old . It turns out that these are the only brand worth buying so if your loved one has asked you for a pair of hair straighteners buy a pair of ghd's. There may well be cheaper straighteners on the market but they will not satisfy be warned . They also turn off automatically after a while so there are no more return trips to the house to check that they're off.
Count on Kristin Ess to bless us with high-performance hair tools that are super affordable and good lookin', too. Crafted from two titanium plates to deliver heat fast and evenly, Ess's flatiron reaches temperatures up to 440 degrees, has shine-boosting technology, and shuts off automatically. So you can forget ever having to wonder if your flatiron is still on after you've left the house.
In 2004, ghd entered the North American market, bringing its total worldwide sales generating £37 million in revenue.[12] The Jemella Group, which owned the ghd brand, was bought by Lloyds Development Capital for £55 million in 2006.[7] It was sold eleven months later to Montagu Private Equity for £160 million.[13] Lion Capital, a British private equity firm, purchased ghd in February 2013 for approximately £300 million.[14]
We know that to colour and straighten our hair is abuse so far better to buy products which reduce that damage.these straighteners are slightly heavier than my other ghds but they're more comfortable to hold.they reach maximum temperature within seconds and the plates glide smoothly across the hair to leave it as smooth shiny and silky as though your hair was always that way.these have a safety feature which shuts off power after 30 minutes of inactivity so no need to rush back home fearing that you'd left them switched on.they also come with a heat resistant silicone cover which protects them during transport.i would always recommend using a hair care product to protect your hair whilst using any straighteners. However having been tempted to buy cheaper straighteners in the past and watching my hair fry over the months I'd used them I would recommend that you buy the best straighteners that you can afford and these are worth every penny.
I love it so much I hope it never break
A replacement as loved the first ghd straightener I bought.
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