Martin Penny, Gary Douglas, Susan Powls and Robert Powls founded ghd in 2001.[7][8] The three collaborated to buy the rights to a hair straightening iron from a South Korean inventor.[9] The brand quickly took off organically, and the company did not even begin advertising until two years after its launch.[10][11] By then, hair salons and word of mouth carried ghd to £12 million, against a forecast of between £3 million and £4 million.[9]
The bentley of ceramic flat irons. Review done by a 25 year professional hair stylist my wife . We have over 6 different flat iron similar to this. This one by far is the most well thought out designed. It is light weight the opening spring is not to strong as to cause fatigue under long use. The heat computer intelligently senses and heats the ceramic pads as not to damage the hair. Automatic shut off is great. It heats up very fast and has led light indicator easy to see. The 90 degree cord swivels and makes use really easy not only for home but also for professional use. The rounded tip design doubles it as curl iron. The result is a long lasting shiny beautiful hair do.highly recommended.
Loves how fast it heats up and great on long hair
I love this styler. Use it daily it heats up literally in seconds straightens my super thick frizzy hair very fast and as of yet has not caused noticeable damage. I absolutely think it's worth the money. Also I was able to register my product it was a genuine ghd.
There are 12 heat settings on this brush with a selectable temperature range from 250-450°, so it can be used on all types of hair even though it’s best on thick locks. However, this model does not generate negative ions, which are the best weapon against frizz and create smoother, shinier hair. (The AsaVea 4 does use ionic technology and sells for a similar price, but the review team prefers the 3.0 because it uses MCH for more consistent heat delivery, doesn’t have brush tips that can catch on hair, and has more heat settings.)
Great styler but I was not able to register it with ghd. Pretty disappointed. They said that does not mean it's not authentic just that I did not buy it from an approved dealer.
A replacement as loved the first ghd straightener I bought.
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