Friend of DD aged 11 just got GHD straightners for her birthday. DD has been to her house and had her hair straightened and it looks FAB. I am worse than rubbish at hair and also, not exactly tight fisted, but dont believe in paying over the odds for a 'name'. We have tesco 'value' straighteners which cost about £14 about 4 years ago and when we occasionally try and straighten dd's hair (its quite straight anyway) it doesnt look any different. So that tells me that if we buy a pair for dd then they need to be a bit more expensive than the ones we have, but do we need GHD ones? Thx all
goodness me onadietcokebreak, i read your post and thought 'yeah, well if gran buys them I can borrow them and who knows I could be transformed' I was thinking £70ish and then I had a look!!! She would look after them but I dont think she'd really appreciate them!
FoJo - stalk ebay! I looked for ages and eventually got mine for £30, they were 6m months old and unregistered so I wound up with a full warrenty too. Genuine sellers will provide the code if you ask so you can check on ghd's website before you buy whether they are genuine.