Saturday, September 10, 2011

Time Trial: ghd Gold Series Classic Styler

My bathroom recently exploded.

I wish I could say I'm kidding, but I'm not.

Goodbye wax pot, hair straightener (x 2), hairdryer, toothbrush etc etc.

Having just had my hair cut to a style that needs a hairdryer and straightener, it's no surprise that this couldn't have come at a worse time.

So now I'm browsing the market for the best to replace them all and the first stop is a new straightener.

ghd lovers are like iPhone lovers; hardcore.

So despite being 100 percent happy with my Kodo Creative hair straightener, it's time to join the ghd gang.

Weighing up between the IV styler and Gold Classic Styler was no easy feat.

Despite the $30 price difference, the basic appearance and temperature is the same.

The shop assistant told me that the Gold Classic Styler was slightly easier to manoeuvre and it's a newer model.

So I went with the Gold Classic Styler and I'm happy with it.

It's easy to curl and, of course; straighten with.

The cord is a good length, it leaves my hair with a good level of shine, has universal voltage so I can take it overseas, handy sleep mode and a two-year warranty.

The only downside is that the temperature is not adjustable, but so far the heat setting has been perfect for my hair.

The conversion has been completed and I can't deny I'm really happy with the results.

Find the ghd Gold Classic Styler, $269 online at

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