If you want gorgeous hair you only need one tool in your styling kit; a set of ghd hair straighteners, but despite being an iconic brand there is actually a range of different straighteners to choose from.
If you have normal hair that is mid length to long, then the classic ghd IV styler is perfect for your hair. The styler has been named as Best Styling Tool™ in the Sunday Times Style Beauty Awards 2010 and in the Cosmopolitan 2009 Awards, which makes the styler one of the best hair straighteners around.
The magazine’s readers gave it their kiss of approval™ as the ultimate styling gadget, so you know you will be getting a good bit of kit for your hair. What’s more, the size of the plates are perfect for most hair types, although if you have particularly thick or short hair you may want to look at another styler in the range.
The styler is really versatile because it has a rounded barrel, so you can create a variety of looks with one tool so you can reduce down the number of styling tools you own.
The smooth ceramic plates are perfect for creating sleek straight dos as they don’t snag or pull at the hair. What’s more, the infra-red heat technology means that means that the heat generated from the styler is conducted quicker and last longer than other hair straighteners. Because of this it is really simple to get straight sexy hair, but that is not all that the IV styler can do it can also create gorgeous curls and waves.
Because the styler has a rounder barrel it is really simple to create curls. All you need to do is rotate the styler 180 degrees either away from or towards the head, depending on the type of curl you want, and then pull the straightener through the hair. By varying your speed you can create tight corkscrew curls to looser beach waves all with one styling tool.
It also turns itself if they haven’t been used for 15 minutes, this means there is now less worrying while on the way to work or when out for a night out, because you can’t remember if you have left your straighteners on.
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