GHD's sell-out hair tool is almost £30 cheaper in an early Black Friday deal
The sought-after product sold out globally in a mere two weeks back in February.
Getty ImagesLockdown (both one and two) has meant that washing our hair ready for the next day fell from the top of our priority list. There was something gloriously liberating about throwing it up into a top know and knowing that a bit of camera angling and dry shampoo could forgive all sins during our Zoom call the following day.
However, normal life will resume at some point, and getting out and about in some form will return much before then, and soinvesting in our hairis still necessary — plus, ensuring that every day is a good hair day is an easy way to boost our mood and our confidence.
Enter: the GHD Glide — the brush that makes slightly unruly and messy hair, because it’s been tied up and slept in, suddenly looks fresh again.This hot brush was designed to be used on second day hair to smooth and tame. It allows you to style hair in between washes in a way that you couldn’t before. The ceramic technology with ioniser heats the brush uniformly to 185°, which is the perfect styling temperature to promote healthy-looking hair. In short, with one stroke, hair is more manageable and sleek.
Plus, there’s a mixture of short and longer bristles, which help to detangle, shape and style. The smaller, heated bristles are coated in ceramic so that they won’t snag, making it much easier and faster to style in the mornings.The only problem is that back in February the GHD Glide sold out globally in a mere two weeks, and since then has been rather difficult to get hold of.
Until now, as not only has the sought-after product returned to the digital shelves of Lookfantastic but you can also nab almost £30 off (£27.80 to be precise) in the website's early Black Friday Sale.ghd Glide Professional Hot Brush Read more: Red Magazine »
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