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Wow Angie, cool gym?
They have them at my gym. They are very good and dry quick but can only compare to my 5+ year old Remington at home.
I have one and love it ti. I brought the parlux that was recommended on here but the ghd is better. It dries my hair really quickly which is fine but lots of it and it doesn't frizz as much. Its great fir the dds hair too. One has really curly hair and the other really thick.
I have one, got it for Xmas last year. I only have a really rubbish old one to compare it to. I love it. It gets very hot and can dry my dds long thick hair from sopping wet in no time. Leaving it swishy and shiny.
Are they worth investing in? My second one this year has just died and I can't fi d the receipt so thinking of spending a bit more and going for a GHD one.
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