2 minute rough blow dry and it was dry - result - lovely normal looking hair, slightly tousled and NO FRIZZ (usual time taken 20 mins - usual result - ball of frizz)
1 minute styling blow dry - only top layer - result - looked like I had been to hairdressers! (usual time taken 15 mins, sectioning layers etc - usual result, looks ok but still a bit frizzy and bouffant with bits sticking out)
20 second top layer ghd session (to define top layer) - result - perfect. (usual time taken - 15 mins, sectioning layers ett - usual result - looks good)
Then off to work Very humid on tube and outside Usually it would be looking big and coarse and wiry by the time I got to work Today - looks amazing. My hair looks totally different texture, is all fine and soft, not wiry and frizzy at all
The best £200 I have ever spent IMO!
didn't have time to leave to dry naturally this am (just in case it didn't work!) but will try soon and update you all.
(for those who wonder what i am on about, I had one of these on Friday)
No you don't get roots it just stops working all over gradually
It took about 2 hrs
yes I prefer the before pic too! However my hair NEVER looked that good (as hers in before pic)
It is not straight - this treatment doesn't actually straighten. When I rough dried my hair it had its normal wiggles in the ends but without the frizz. Am hoping when I leave to dry will get lovely natural boho hair
I only had it because I am going to a wedding in W Virginia aka humidity hell and I really do look a fright in humidity It doesn't matter how well I blow dry and straighten my hair, it always frizzed and puffs up as soon as I walk outsdie
i want that!!!!!!! would it work on fine hair? mine is part poker straight and shiny part curly part wavy but mainly frizzy!! i just wish it would make its mind up over what its doing!! although blowdrying seems to turn it into one giant fluff ball!! i swear by straighteners and hats when i dont time to straighten!!!