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My beloved straighteners have broken<sob>. I really cant live without them as have very thick,very wavy,very frizzy hair. They were the morphy richards Mark Hill ones(have had them 6 years). Had a look in Boots and they have Mark Hill ones half price but look completely different to my original ones?. Has anyone used these? are they any good?. If not these then please reccomend another pair(not ghds-I am not made of money!). Would pay up to £50 if I had to.
OK - first pair of GHDs - DH stood on and broke . Replaced these with another pair of GHDs that only lasted 2 years and I only use them a couple of times a week. Anyway, I decided I had had enough bad luck with GHDs and bought a pair of VO5 ceramic straightners from Argos for £40 (they were reduced from £60). Had them 2 years now and still going strong. Can honestly say they straighten just as well as GHDs did.
My Nicky clarke hair straightners have just died after 3 years. They were excellent and were around £40 from argos. Dh just bought me Andrew Barton straightners from Argos I think and they are amazing. My friend borrowed them last night and said they are as good as her ghds.
Hi Sorry to jump in on this thread but I was wondering whether the Andrew burton straighteners are a universal voltage? I'm moving overseas soon and am trying to find a pair that will do both 110v and 220v Thanks!