Oh, Hello ghd Curve

Thursday, 9 April 2015

If you are anything like me and yet to master the art of curling your hair with the normal ghd styler that we all know and love then you can breathe a big sigh of relief and say a very warm welcome to the ghd Curve range that has recently hit stores.
The Curve range is comprised of 4 different types of curling wands and tongs. I was initially a little confused as to why there was a need for 4 different types and how the hell do you end up deciding which one is best suited to you. However, after going to the launch event I totally love the concept. We don’t all have the same hair and we don’t all want the same curls, this is why ghd encourage customers to have a consultation before purchasing the Curve of their choice – this was getting a clear understanding about which one will work best for their hair length, type and styling needs.
I also then wondered what the answer was if I may want Hollywood curls one day but beach waves the next?! However, this is no problem when it comes to the range as even though each wand/tong is better suited to a certain look, you can most definitely create many different versions with each wand.



I decided to go for the Curve Classic Wave Wand – the reason I went for this is that I don’t like overly structured curls but prefer a natural looking wave and I also find wands way easier to use than tongs. The reason I went for the larger wand of the two was that I have long hair. I also am always sure to use my ghd Curl Hold Spray which I love – it holds the style more and doesn’t leave the hair sticky or crunchy.

So, the four different options are:

Tongs:

The look:
Think consistent, medium sized curls best for shorter hair. This is a tighter curl that can also be brushed out for a softer look
The look:
With the bigger barrel these curls are going to be bigger and more ‘Hollywood-like’. Your perfect shape for longer hair.
Wands:

The look:
Best for less structured, more natural curls. Less round-looking curls but more wavey. Great for longer locks.
The look:
Great for shorter hair and for a more natural beachy wave and bouncy looking hair.
All stylers heat-up to 185 degrees – the ultimate curling temperature without damaging the hair. The Curve range also all have a cool tip which makes it easy to handle your wand or tong without burning your fingers – win!


All of the above are R1899 and available on the above provided links. Trust me; you all need one of these! You can also click on any of the above links to see the videos of each Curve product in action.

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