ghd's - Now there's something that I just cannot do without -my straighteners. Even now I can still remember the euphoria that greeted my purchase of this most excellent piece of electrical equipment. Because my hair is quite short (and with a very strong natural wave), when straighteners first came out they just wouldn't touch my hair - too bulky. Then one day, the fairy godmother at ghd made straighteners for short hair a reality. My hairdresser couldn't wait to get me in the chair to test the new arrivals - it was like an epiphany, I too could have straight hair. As soon as I arrived home from that appointment I surfed the net and purchased my very own ghd's (well known as the creme de la creme). They cost me a fortune, at the time, but have been worth every single penny and are still going strong. The day they arrived I rushed home from work, plugged them in and voila, I straightened my own hair - too quickly, now what? I called a friend who lives down south to tell her all about this humongous event and enthused for ages (I think to this day she still can't quite believe I did that) but still, I wanted to play more - now what could I straighten. Anthony was the answer, bless him, he sat there ever so patiently and let me play with his hair (which for a good many years has been longer than mine). I did eventually have to buy Anthony a pair of his own as he too became addicted and kept using mine all the time - I think he's on his 2nd or 3rd pair now, didn't invest in ghd's you see, false economy cheaper varieties.
None stop eh!