Easy Everyday Hairstyles with ghd Gold Styler





When it comes to hair styling I haven't been without hair straighteners to both straighten and curl my hair in over 15 years. In this time I've been pretty loyal to ghd, a hair brand you can rely on. So today I wanted to share with you the new and improved ghd Gold Styler and the everyday hair styles I've been creating with it so far.

While the new new ghd gold professional styler may look similar to past models the new and improved features have proven to deliver sleeker, smoother and healthier looking hair! From the quicker heat-up time of 25 seconds to the dual-zone technology that heats up both plates for optimum styling temperature of 185ÂșC constantly and evenly from root to tip – meaning no creases or frizz parts to the hair, simply glossy styled hair! The gold stylers also come with a handy heat resistant silicone guard plate so that you can take them wherever you want straight after use.

This post is kindly sponsored by ghd



EVERYDAY POKER STRAIGHT

Although I'd love to say my go-to hair style is something on-trend it simply isn't, however it is poker straight, shiny and frizz-free. With the ghd Gold Styler I find styling my hair straight is beyond easy and quick. First, using a heat protection spray and pinning up the top half of my hair, then going in with the stylers in 5cm sections from root to tip with a single pass as this is all the hair needs. Once the underneath section is done I then unpin the rest of my hair and repeat in a slightly quicker fashion to keep a little more volume on top and at the roots.

As you can see my hair when straightened with the ghd Gold Styler is frizz-free, smooth and glossy!





EVERYDAY LOOSE WAVES

While waves aren't my day-to-day hair style they are a go-to when I want something different and with a ghd styler outer design being as curved as it is, they make for the ideal styling tool to create this simple and quick hair style.

Like my everyday hair style above I start by using a heat protection spray over my hair and then section my hair ear to ear using large hair clips, this means I can work around my head without missing any sections. I then take quite a large amount of hair from the back of head, as I'm wanting loose waves, and place the style a few inches away from the roots and clamp the plates down. Then in one swift movement with the styler facing upwards at an angle I twist it around and away from myself which pulls the hair through the styler to create a curl. Once I've repeated this step over my entire head I then lightly brush through the curls with my fingers to loosen then, creating easy relaxed looking waves. I find this hair style works best on long hair however for mid-length or shorter hair curls can be achieved by taking smaller sections of hair.




EVERYDAY CRIMPED CURLS

The last hair style that I like to create is again something you would imagine you would need another styling tool for however with a clever but easy technique it can be done using the ghd professional stylers. After spraying my hair with heat protection I create around 5 plaits either side of my head, tying the ends with a hair tie to secure them. I then glide the ghd Gold Styler over each plait for two passes. I then untie each plait and separate the tight waves. While this can look a wild hair style when too brushed out it's perfect for an up-down do, with the under part of the hair crimped curls and the top hair styled into a loose top knot!

With these three simple hair styles I think it's clear to see how versatile you can be with very little effort. Compared to other hair styler there is no dragging or snagging to the hair and with the optimised temperature you know you aren't damaging your hair by having it on high temperature that isn't required to achieve the results you desire.


Overall I love how these styles preform and I'm now looking forward to getting creative creating even more hair styles with them! Let me know if you have tried the ghd Gold Stylers or love ghd just as much as I do!

Fee xo. 
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