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Now I tend to wear my hair wavy quite a lot, but recently I have been playing with straight hair because the length it has grown to works pretty well straight.
Now my hair is quite straight naturally. It isn’t overly frizzy or fluffy, but it does get a bit kinky when it dries naturally, particularly around the back. I am not a master of the blow dry, in fact I find doing a blow dry at home pretty impossible. I own straighteners, but I rarely use them because I don’t really like how flat they make my hair look. And this is where the GHD Glide has come in!
What is the GHD Glide?
- Hot brush designed tame & smooth dry hair quickly
- Developed to be perfect for for second day styling
- Glides through dry hair effortlessly
- Ceramic technology with ioniser heats the brush uniformly to the optimum 185°C styling temperature
- The ioniser restores balance back in the hair to eliminate frizz
- Makes hair look smooth and glossy
- Combination of high density shorter bristles & longer bristles allow large sections to be styled
How To Use the GHD Glide
So I let my hair dry naturally for the most part, and then gave it a quick blast with the dryer to ensure it was completely dry. Then I set to work with the GHD glide. I sectioned off the top part of my hair and started on the under section, pulling the hair through the brush from the underneath which I find adds good volume. It smooths the hair effortlessly.
I then let down the top section and just worked through it in the same way, lifting each chunk of hair and brushing it though from underneath. For the front sections, I kind of bent the ends, to give a nice shape around the face.
Do You Need the GHD Glide?
What I have been most impressed with is how smooth my hair has stayed for the three days since I did it. In fact, when I first get up in the morning, my hair isn’t a mess like normal, and it actually looks like I have tamed it. It’s pretty cool.
I think I am going to be using this quite a lot, and even when I want curls, because it creates the perfect base for soft bouncy, smooth looking waves. It’s a win.
I have since lent this to a friend with frizzy hair to try, and now she has made me promise to let her know the second I find out there is stock! She says it’s a game changer for her.
By the way, if you are interested in the eyeshadow in the photo above, check out this post. The lipstick is Very Victoria. For info on my hair colour, check out New Clairol Nice’n Easy – How To Dye Your Hair at Home.
Where to buy the GHD Glide & How Much does it Cost?
The GHD Glide Professional Hot Brush is £125 sold out everywhere when is first launched and then it sold out again. It back on the GHD website below:
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