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ghd stylers - what's so good about them and

(5 Posts)
quaranta Wed 06-Aug-08 14:13:41

will they ruin my hair? I haven't got enough time to blow dry my wavy hair ( not good wavy hair, kinky wavy hair) and need a short cut. Any views very gratefully received. Quaranta

nailpolish Wed 06-Aug-08 14:16:21

you have to blow dry your hair before you straighten it

you cant use ghds to dry your hair

rookiemater Wed 06-Aug-08 14:22:39

Tis true what nailie says but once its dry ghds are the best straighteners ever.

Straighteners are a bit drying so don't use them every day and make sure that you use hair straightening cream or protection spray, you don't need to get the ghd stuff as it is awfully expensive.

SNoraWotzThat Wed 06-Aug-08 16:30:00

Babyliss Babyliss Pro Wet To Dry Review here

My hairdresser told me ghds are good because they heat up sp much. So if you look for one that heats up to a high temp, I guess they will be OK?

Try some review sites too.

quaranta Wed 06-Aug-08 16:31:00

thanks girls. yes i know i will have to blow dry it but not what i would normally do to get it approximately how i like it. 3 and 1 year olds will not allow me 25 minutes to do my hair hence desire for ghd irons. will try not to use to often.thanks for advice

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