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Hair straighteners - anything good and not too expensive

(9 Posts)
hellsbellsmelons Mon 13-Jul-15 11:44:12

OK, after many loyal years with my Remington straighteners, it's time for some new ones.
I've had GHDs in the past and they are no good.
Has anyone got any suggestions what would be a good replacement?
Anyone discovered anything cheap and cheerful that works brilliantly?
Thank you

hellsbellsmelons Mon 13-Jul-15 11:44:37

Oh yeah - I have thick curly hair so they need to be robust!

RavioliOnToast Mon 13-Jul-15 15:29:14

I've got some pink 'vibe' straighteners from Amazon, they were £20. I think ebay do them too, and honestly they are the BEST straighteners I've ever used, and I've had ghd and fhi's etc.

RavioliOnToast Mon 13-Jul-15 15:30:30

these are £30 but same brand and thicker plates? here

RavioliOnToast Mon 13-Jul-15 15:31:02

these are mine

Dukketeater Tue 14-Jul-15 21:42:22

I am on my second remmington pair after two pairs of useless GHDs on long, thick, wavy hair... Stick with what you know.

BlueberryMuffins76 Wed 15-Jul-15 07:18:08

Diva is an excellent brand and they are often in tk maxx smile

Darkchocsprinkles Wed 15-Jul-15 08:32:07

I have these and they are faultless.

hellsbellsmelons Wed 15-Jul-15 08:37:34

I got This set
I've not used them as yet as it's too humid and no point straightening.
I'll let you know how they are once I've used them.

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