For the last year or so, I’ve been buying straighteners at Marshall’s, telling myself they’re all the same. We all know that’s not true.
On my recent trip to Mexico, I used Lisa’s Paul Mitchell ProTools (on Amazon for $162 down from $225) and was determined to splurge on a good one.
Then, by the grace of the PR goddesses, this GHD straightener was included in a beauty swag bag I received! (Love it when that happens.) I’d never heard of the brand, but I was going to give it a shot.
After using it for a week, I can tell you it’s worth every penny I didn’t spend, but absolutely would. It’s much lighter than the others, gets hot but not scorching, and straightens the relentless curls and waives out of my hair. Bonus: my hair stays straight for at least a day, even in the humidity. That, my ladies, is worth $240. I couldn’t care less about the “limited edition” clutch it comes in. But from what I read, they did streamline the design and made the plates smoother for the limited edition. (The standard is $225.) Either way, I’d highly recommend the brand. Their product works wonders over the Marshall’s ceramic ones I bought and even the Paul Mitchell.
On the left hand menu you can see the other ones they offer as well.
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