There’s no doubting that ghd electricals are more than just a name in the hair industry. With an amazing range of products designed to make every day a Good Hair Day, the brand has totally revolutionised the way we style our hair at home. If you’re new to the ghd styler family, and wondering which is the perfect choice for you from their range of salon-quality, do-it-all heat stylers, here’s everything you need to know to make your decision.

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The ghd Gold Classic Styler has smoother, golden plates for straighter, sleeker hair, or more voluptuous curls and styling. The ghd Gold Classic Styler has a sleeker design and an improved outer body so that it stays cooler to the touch and is lighter to handle. Gold glimmers through the smooth black plates, which are even more contoured so that they slide through the hair and achieve a high-gloss result. A protective heat guard is included to protect surfaces, and a protective plate guard to protect the plates when you need to transport the Styler. For even more peace of mind, the ghd Gold Classic Styler automatically switches off if not used for 30 minutes.
Over a decade on from revolutionising hairstyling with the launch of its first styler, ghd remains true to its founding ethos: the spirit of transformation. Ghd have since broadened their super range from stylers to professional quality brushes and the most impressive hairdryers available on the market today. Even after all these years the Ghd hair straightener is still very much a must have for most women and men who want smooth, sleek luscious hair - especially with us girls from Millies. 
My previous GHD has lasted me 8 good years with no issues (I loved it!). Recently the wires on the chord have become exposed so my partner decided to replace it for my birthday. He went to hairhouse warehouse and the staff persuaded him to purchase a Halo instead after rubbishing the GHD. I used the Halo once and whilst I quite liked it, the outer plates were too hot to touch, which makes it difficult to style my hair (I use two hands and twist for a wave effect). I went back to the store to change over to a GHD. The staff member warned me that the quality of GHDs is poor after changing manufacturers about 4 years ago. I wasn't worried though as I thought she was pushing Halo for incentive reasons. I used the GHD for the second time this week and when I plugged it in it made a pop sound like the fuse had blown - it shortcut the circuit in most the house. I then plugged it into a working socket and put the tongs to my fringe - it melted/burnt my hair immediately after being on there for a split second. There is literally melted hair all over the plate tongs and I can't get rid of the smell of burnt hair. To say I'm disappointed is an understatement.
Choose from the ghd hair straightener range, including the award winning ghd Platinum® Styler or to complete your kit of styling essentials. From waves and curls, to flicks and poker-straight hair, create a look that's stylish, effortless and professional. ghd stylers will help you create a multitude of hairstyles, producing shape and movement in each styling session.
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