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GHD Professional 2" Ceramic Hair Straightener

The GHD Professional Ceramic Styling Iron is perfect for use on longer, thicker, unruly and heavily texturized multicultural hair. Smooths these hair types in s...
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  • Staci
    Which One?
    My question is that there are 2 or 3 different GHD straighteners, although they do vary in price. I want to know which one would work best for my hair. Or which one is best recommended. I have a GHD straightner in England, but i am moving to American and cant take the GHD i have here with me. So im not sure if i should try to buy the same one? Or try a better one? Im not sure if its worth the risk just because i depend greatly on my straightner to manage my thick wavy hair. Ive read the information on all the straightners and honestly they all basically say the exact say thing and do the exact say thing. Does anyone have any advice? Also i love GHD? But does anyone know any other possible great brands to try?Thanks!
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    • Thalia G.
      Houston, TX
      Well,
      Honestly, GHD is the best. Sedu comes second, then comes CHI. You can get a plug adapter and just keep your old ghd instead of buying a new one. But if you want, get the Precious. It works just like the normal 1", is sooo gorgeous, and I want it so bad! The one inch flat irons are for average hair. If your hair is ethnic, get the ghd pro(called Salon Styler in England) I watched great reviews on youtube :) good luck! Look for a review and you'll see what I mean(search on YT "REVIEW: GHD Salon Styler "). Beautyjudgehostess is awesome! :)

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      Oct 1, 2010
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  • Charlene
    Which Ghd Straightener
    i have past the shoulder very very thick hair and has some layering in my hair that i have been letting grow out to one length for some time, my hair is also very coarse and does have some natural wave also, and also is hi lighted, i like the 1 inch, because i can so much more with it as far has curling it also iif i wish to. which one would you recommend for my type of hair,thankyou

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  • Aim
    Heating
    i know that people have had troubles with chi not heating up after only a few uses. Has anyone had this problem with these? and if so, what can you do to fix it?

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    Jan 19, 2010
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  • Curls
    You can create loose curls using this iron in a few different ways. one way: 1. clamp a piece of hair (do not use much tension) 2. turn the iron a full 360 degrees outward 3. slide the iron down the hair at an outward angle. another: 1. clamp the hair at the root (do not use much tension) 2. turn the iron a half turn (either direction) 3. wrap remaining hair around the iron 4. continue turning the iron down the hair in the direction you used in step 2. it may take a little practice, but the results are great! you can also find tips at ghdhair.com

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