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So I have to get the above for a christmas present. I was looking about for some and really have no clue which ones to get. I saw a booth in John Lewis, Debenhams and House of Fraser with Jose Eber on… Read More
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8y, 4m agoPosted 8 years, 4 months ago
So I have to get the above for a christmas present. I was looking about for some and really have no clue which ones to get. I saw a booth in John Lewis, Debenhams and House of Fraser with Jose Eber ones. I spoke to the guy (who had a put on Italian accent) and he said that they come with a lifetime guarantee. He claims if they break they will replace them straight(no pun intended) away. Does anyone own said item ar know anything about them? Any info would be great.
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8y, 4m agoPosted 8 years, 4 months ago
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#1
My daughters, who all have "difficult" hair (they take after their mother), all say that there is nothing better than GHD straighteners. They're not cheap though! Nor unbreakable as I found to my cost. :roll:
#2
The Ghd's are supposed to be the best dont really know your budget but Ghd's are around the £100 mark maybe more, at the other end of the price spectrum are these
http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/291213/philips-tresemme-seduce-straightene/ hope this helps
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#4
As above the best straighteners are the GHD's would be lost without them they are expensive but if you shop around you can get them for around £80 the next best I can recommend if you dont want to spend so much are the Babyliss they heat up to 230 degress and have a thermo control I have both just incase one let me down GHD have a 2 year garantee on there product and you cant go wrong as you can return them and if they cant be fixed will issue you with a new pair hope this helps.:santa:
#5
It looks like GHD may be the way to go then. The reaso I wanted to find out about the Jose Eber ones was because they were like 130 quid. This is why I wanted to make sure they were decent but it sounds like GHD is a better choice. Thanks for your help, rep is on the way.
#6
Glad you decided to go for GHD's cant go wrong with them and they last forever if you look after them. Someone going to love you such a present best of luck and Happy Christmas.:santa:
#7
Have to agree, have tried all types of hair straightners and you can't go wrong with GHDs. I did once have a faulty pair and when I sent them back to GHD they sent me a new pair out!

Worth every penny ;-)
#8
My brother gets GHDs for £70 the special edition white ones with loadsa stuff in box! Gets them at Cost Price.....i think im having some for xmas...x

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