My trusty GHDs have died...

(7 Posts)
Behooven Fri 15-Apr-16 10:29:48

Are they still the best or is there a new kid on the block?
Is there a brush version as hot and good as GHDs do you know?

Ludways Fri 15-Apr-16 11:08:16

Cloud 9, owned by the inventor of GHD's and like the old versions which were by far the best.

No idea on the brushes though, there is one out there but it has awful reviews.

EatShitDerek Fri 15-Apr-16 11:10:36

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Behooven Fri 15-Apr-16 11:22:03

Hi, thanks. I'll have a look at the other brands.

Ladybirdbookworm Fri 15-Apr-16 23:30:31

I bought coriolis a few years ago after being really really disappointed that GHDs just weren't the same as the originals - they are amazing
My DS is a hairdresser and she recommended them - I found them a bit tricky and scary at first but they are the best I've ever had
BTW the GHD curve are crap

EatShitDerek Sat 16-Apr-16 00:18:38

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BoatyMacBoatFace Sat 16-Apr-16 03:04:55

These by Remington. Recommended on here I think and under £20.

I've used GHDs for years but my hair is now bleached so I wanted to test some with a temperature control.

My hair is no longer fried and it is straighter than I've ever been able to get it. Even on the lowest setting.

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