With plenty of beauty products on sale as part of Amazon Prime Day, you won’t want to miss this great GHD Original Styler Professional Ceramic Hair Straighteners deal.
Usually £109, this hefty discount drops the popular straighteners to just £73.99, which is a great price for a product that promises to last for many years (you also get a two year manufacturer's warranty).
A long-standing favorite and frequent sight at the hairdressers, GHD’s straighteners can heat-up in just 30 seconds, staying at an optimal temperature of 185 degrees so you can style your hair without damaging it.
The versatile design also prevents the cord from tangling, and the ceramic plates ensure an easy glide through hair, allowing you to create multiple styles. Better yet, the automatic sleep mode safely turns off the heaters after 30 minutes if you accidentally leave your straighteners unattended, which is an excellent safety feature.
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GHD Hair Straighteners deal:
GHD Original Styler Professional Ceramic Hair Straighteners:
£109 £73.99 at Amazon
Create curls, flicks, wave or straight hair with GHD's highly-rated hair straighteners. Able to heat up in just 30 seconds, these ceramic straighteners also shut off after 30 minutes of inactivity. With 32% off, there's never been a better time to buy.
The GHD hair straighteners have earned their reputation as one of the best styling products around, garnering over 300 beauty awards across the globe. This is a great chance, then, to save big on a brand that is renown for its quality.
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