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GHD's??..need HOT this online company 2 good 2 b true?

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PinkChick Sat 10-Oct-09 20:44:15

have some that are 220 degrees and as i have very naturally curly/frizzy hair ive been told ghd's are the way to go??...this site seems too good to be true..anyone ordered from them?

Jewelsandgems Sat 10-Oct-09 21:58:28

pink although it may be bonafide, I cannot help but think it cannot be. There are quite a few typos on that site, and I personally would not trust it. I also checked it on the ghd website checker and it sakes this site is not approved...

I have GHDs and they are great - well worth the money. I have had mine for going on 8 years now and they still work perfectly. If I was you I would definately get some, but get them from a GHD approved stockist, or directly from the ghd website

PinkChick Sun 11-Oct-09 20:23:49

thanks Jewels, i noticed the typos myself later which made me i am resigned to looking at paying over £100 then 8-(..thought id found a bargain LOL...thanks for looking into it for me 8-)

monkeysmama Mon 12-Oct-09 08:51:21

A friend of mine who teaches hair dressers highly reccommends a new straightener called Cloud Nine. I know nothing more than that having naturally poker straight hair but heard her discussing them & getting very excited!

ScaredOfGhouls Mon 12-Oct-09 09:11:10

My straighteners are Remingtons and heat up to 230. Brill on my very temperamental hair. My daughter has GHD's, but I don't think hers are any better than mine, and mine only cost about £20.

PinkChick Mon 12-Oct-09 09:15:49

think i saw cloud 9 in boots yesterday?...hmm so am wondering if i should just buy some cheaper ones that get hot hot first??..instead of maybe wasting over 3100 on ghd's????

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