Tools of the beauty trade: The ghd Curve and ghd Platinum
Girls with curls
Say good riddance and goodbye to bad hair days because cult British hairstyling brand ghd has launched on our shores. The innovative minds behind the breakthrough in modern heat styling technology, ghd is your foolproof, burn-proof way to heavenly hair.
Achieve curls with a long lasting hold using the ghd Curve — the answer to the conundrum of our humidity destroying any semblance of style. The Curve collection consists of two varied stylers that create different textured curls using a patented tri-zone technology of six fast-reacting sensors to ensure optimal and stable heat distribution. That means gorgeous, shiny waves in a snap without the fear of scorching your scalp or actually causing your strands to snap.
The soft curl tong
Equipped with a large 32mm barrel for big voluminous curls, this styler is perfect for those with longer hair who desire tumbling mermaid-like waves.
The creative curl wand
A ghd original, this tapered curler is specifically shaped to create tousled and beachy texture with a versatility for use on all hair lengths.
If you're looking for the ultimate in curl creation, ghd has pulled out all the stops with their new Platinum styler — a state-of-the-art wand that takes the guesswork and guilt out of heat styling. Delivering effective results without damaging your locks, prolonged use of the ghd Platinum is even proven to promote healthier, stronger hair over time with their cutting-edge 'safer-for-hair' heat tech developed by the scientists at its R&D facility.
With reduced hair breakage, increased shine and ample curls that could put Marilyn Monroe to shame, ghd is the must have at-home hairstyler to perfect your crowning glory.
ghd is available at Sephora
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