The ghd Gold Max Styler

Earlier this week, I wrote about how much I love the ghd Style Heat Protect Spray, so I thought, why not let you all know about how amazing the ghd Gold Max Styler is?!

As I said before, unfortunately I’m not blessed with poker straight hair, so I need a little bit of help to get me there! I’ve tried quite a few hair straighteners over the years, and nothing compares to this one. Others I’ve tried have been good, however not as much as these, and also caused more damage to my hair in the long run.

ghd Gold Max Styler

ghd Gold Max Styler

The ghd Gold Max Styler is a hair straightener I was drawn to due to its thick plates. I like these as I find it much easier and quicker to straighten my entire head of hair.

The ceramic heaters and contour plates heat up in just seconds and also turn off automatically (sleep mode) if mistakenly left on for over 30 minutes – a great safety feature.

They quickly straighten the hair with just 2-3 strokes when sectioned reasonably and are comfortable to hold for even for a lengthy styling session and when styling the hair at the back of your head.

Packaging: A sturdy box that comes in a pretty black and gold packaging. Inside it, the hair straighteners also come with a cover for the plates themselves as well as an instruction booklet.

Cost:  I got this a good 5 years ago directly from the ghd website for about €120. Well worth it considering it still works perfectly after all this time.

ghd Gold Max Styler

ghd Gold Max Styler

Verdict: I just love these and cannot not have them in my hair styling tools collection! Affordable for the amount of good use you get out of them, super fast at heating up, easy to use and style, easily straightens (or curls) without snagging and switches to sleep mode if left unattended. Sounds good if you ask me 🙂

Caution: As great as these are, obviously you must always be careful when dealing with heat styling tools. Always ensure a heat-protection product is used on the hair, whether wet or dry, and try not to over use these or leave on the hair too long as damage will be bound to occur.

What’s your favourite hair styling tool?

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