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    GHD's and my hair

    Recently Ive been growing my hair.. Its quite long but sort of short enough still to spike up in a way, but Im thinking of trying GHD's, now I just tried my friends but I want to use them to sort of keep it in position and stick it up etc, I would be getting the men's ones..
    Is it possible to do this with them?
    Thanks
    Jack

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    my friend has short hair and she just bought this little straightener baby size lol but they get really hot ideal for spiking hair up paid 20 quid for them and from a hair dressers and she is really fussy lol just a thought to save some money

    u a guy?????

    Original Poster

    Yeahh lol

    Any straightener will do this, spray a very light coating of hairspray over your hair and then straighten, I wouldn't for out £100ish for GHD's, just get some cheapish ones first, maybe the Babyliss 230 ones from Amazon.

    Original Poster

    Tbh I'd rather just got for the GHD's, my friend has them and says theyre awesome!

    Well go for it then, personally I think you would be better with a cheaper pair, especially if you are planning on growing your hair more.

    Banned

    the babyliss pro230 have excellant reviews and less than £25 on amazon, apparently as good as GHD, heat up to 230 same as ghd

    Original Poster

    Im not planning on growing it more gonna get it cut soon but keep it at a long length

    Ok then, just trying to help from a professional point of view. Go for it.

    Original Poster

    Cheers for the advice

    lol joker, get a skin head man

    As a trained hairdresser, i have to say that no straighteners that i have ever tried can match GHDs in performance, they really are worth the money.

    Original Poster

    Just tried it on the back of my hair result at the bottom Am gonna go speak to my hairdresser and see if she can sort me out

    most straightners reach the 230 mark i have used ghd and my remington and personally cant tell the difference its the name ppl want lol

    Original Poster

    I think thats what make them though tbh

    kirstiejayne;3557800

    As a trained hairdresser, i have to say that no straighteners that i have … As a trained hairdresser, i have to say that no straighteners that i have ever tried can match GHDs in performance, they really are worth the money.



    I wouldn't agree

    i say as well from a professional point and personal nothing i have tried beats or comes close to ghd,s.
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