I remember when it was my last year of school and everyone in my class was going pretty much crazy for ghd's straighteners. I think it was around this time when they came on the scene and it wasn't long after that before I had my very own pair. For years ghd has been the only hair straighteners that I've used and although I've not tried other brands I'm willing to go as far as saying they're the best. As a lover of curly hair, I was always one of these girls that would try and curl my hair using my flat iron, although be it wasn't very good at it. As soon as curling wands become affordable and came in all shapes and sizes, I kind of ditched my ghd's for curls and used these instead as I found them a lot easier to use.
With so many people opting for curly hair over straight it wasn't long before ghd brought out their own range of curling tools and before Christmas last year I was lucky enough to get my hands on a pair and I've been reaching for them regularly ever since. I apologise now because this blog post is way overdue, but the ghd curve has literally changed the way that I curl my hair, so I thought it was about time I got this blog post up for you all.
One thing that I love about ghd in general is its super sleek packaging. I'm lucky enough to have the Curve that comes in the limited edition rose gold role bag (swoon). The actual Curve itself is just so sleek and has that classic ghd look to it. ghd offer four different types of curling tools ranging from wands to tongs. The one that I've been using is the soft curl tong, which is perfect if your like me and love your curls big, bouncy and soft looking.
I must admit the tong can be a little tricky to use at first, especially if your used to using a wand. However with practice, curling my hair has never been easier. I always thought to create big bouncy curls like the ones you achieve with this Curve can only be done with the use of rollers. Which I've tried in the past and found it to be so much faff! It really doesn't take too long curl my hair and create perfect curls.
Whats also great about the ghd curve is that my curls are actually long lasting and although they have dropped the next day, with a bit of sea salt and texturing spray I can create my favourite wavy beach hair in a matter of seconds. The only gripe I have with this product is that it doesn't come with a glove for your curling hand and trust me when I say these get really hot. There have been too many occasions where I've accidentally caught the end of my finger tips, especially in the beginning where I was on that practice makes perfect stage.
Apart from the glove issue I cannot fault the ghd curve at all, its by far the easiest and my favourite way to curl my hair. I'm really interested in trying the classic curve wand, I think this might be my next hair purchase. I just want to be able to create different types of curls... I told you I was obsessed. If you've reviewed this then please let me know in the comments below.
What are your thoughts of the ghd curve? Do you have one of your wish list?
Lots of Love