I have had this straightener and used it for about a year now but it is in amazing condition. It is honestly the beat straightener I have ever used and bought it for $250 originally. The only problem it has is about every 5 minutes the light turns red and flashes (shown in photos). It still works and when this happens, all you have to do is unplug it and plug it back in. This is perfect for someone who wants an amazing straightener but can’t afford it.
Say goodbye to flat and frizzy hair with the all new ghd air™ hair drying kit. Containing the award winning ghd air™ professional hairdryer with a salon strength motor for super-fast drying and ionic technology for smoother styling; a ghd air™ diffuser to encourage natural wave and volume; a narrow nozzle for precision styling; two sectioning clips for easier styling; a ghd vented radial brush to create lift and body to your blow-dry and a ghd air™ soft protection cover bag for better storage to keep it all safe. It's everything you need for the ultimate blow-dry.
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“I bought the HSI titanium tourmaline ionic flat iron and I was so impressed with it. It glides so smoothly down the hair without any tugs! The digital display screen lets me adjust the temperature without any problems, it heats up fast, and I love that it comes with a pretty purple pouch, glove, and argan-oil serum. I also own the digital HSI ceramic ionic flat iron from 2013, and it’s still going strong, but I do like the titanium iron better, and I see myself using for it for years to come. It leaves my hair shiny and soft!”
I started this site after I made the decision to get a new hair straightener. I am not a novice with irons by any means, and I’ve had just about every kind imaginable except for some of the newest options. When I realized how far the industry had come in the last couple of years, I decided it was time to try something new. A good flat iron can last for years, as long as you look after it and make sure you buy one that’s robust enough to take what you put it through. By doing your homework up front, you can make sure you not only get the right straightener for your locks, but you don’t end up spending an inordinate amount of money on something that doesn’t work for you. Believe me, I’ve been there!
Nearly 21,000 people gave this flat iron a five-star review on Amazon. If they factored price into that rating, then I agree. For less than $60 it’s pretty spectacular, but it doesn’t beat the fancier ones in terms of performance. The temperature automatically drops after 15 minutes of use. And while it’s easy to adjust that, it is also slightly inconvenient.
The solution? Automatic shut off. That way, even if you do forget to turn off your hair straightener, you can be at ease knowing it will turn off on its own automatically. Not all hair straighteners come with this feature, and if you don't have an issue remembering to turn these types of things off it may not be necessary. Still, a little peace of mind and extra precaution never hurt.
Tina's extensive experience and professional expertise has been recognised year after year by the judges of L’Oreal Professionnel Colour Trophy, which she cites as one of Australia's toughest and most prestigious hairdressing competitions. Tina has also completed her Colour Degree with Loreal Professional in 2016. This is the highest level of education that Loreal has.
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Since 2004, ghd has raised approximately £2.5 million for the Breakthrough Breast Cancer charity. The company produces a limited edition pink hair iron every year, with £10 of the sale price being donated in support the charity. In 2010, ghd partnered with charity "Mom It Forward" and SafeHouse Denver, a women’s shelter that serves victims of domestic violence and their children, in an event at Sephora.
ghd has dominated the hair market since its launch in 2001. ghd was founded by a top hairstylist in the UK who wanted to retire from the salon but not from the hair industry. Creating products that could be used by both professional hairstylists and the everyday consumer, ghd soon released its cult-classic flat irons, which are still one of the company’s most popular products.
ghd launched its first advertising campaign in 2003, as the sponsor of the British reality television show The Salon. The company has also featured prominently on Australia’s Next Top Model. In November 2009, ghd ran a popular series of advertisements titled ‘Twisted Fairytales', including depictions of characters such as Rapunzel, Red Riding Hood, and Cinderella with the tagline "You can do anything with your hair". Singer Katy Perry was named the face of ghd in December 2011.