I’m not usually a brand snob, but one thing I’ve been adamant about since my teens is that I need a good pair of ghds in my life. I had my first set when I was 18 and they lasted me for seven years, so they’re something that I really believe to be well worth the money. When I was recently sent this ghd Arctic Gold V Styler Gift Set* then, I already knew that I was guaranteed the brilliant quality and smooth, professional results that I’ve grown used to.
The styler has smooth, ceramic plates that glide through hair without snagging, which is especially useful for me as it keeps my hair extensions in better condition. It also has rounded edges, making creating curls and waves really easy too. Additional features include a 2.7 metre long swivel cord, universal voltage, and a safety feature that turns the heat off if they are left on for more than 30 minutes – making this a seriously practical styler, as well as a pretty one.
- the ghd V styler in a winter-inspired, limited edition arctic gold finish
- a matching roll bag and detachable heat mat
- protective guard
These extras in the gift set not only add some lovely touches of luxury, but also make the styler perfect for travelling. The heat-proof mat means that you can use your styler wherever you are, ensuring no damage to any surfaces or carpets (something that my mum used to have the BIGGEST paranoia over when I was younger). The protective black guard is also designed to slip over the top of the plates, allowing them to still be transported while they cool down.
I honestly don ‘t know what I’d do without my ghds (apart from look like a bedraggled mess every day anyway) and can’t recommend this particular set enough. The Arctic Gold Gift Set is actually currently in the sale on the ghd website for £110, which is £20 less than the RRP. With a 2 year guarantee, you can buy with confidence – which I know is a super cheesy sales-y thing to say, but it’s honestly how I feel about ghd as a brand. I know that other brands have come a really long way in the last few years in terms of quality, but for me ghd will always be the original and best. Claire loves ghd 4ever, IDST.
What do you all think of ghds? Let me know in the comments!