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Bad hair days made good: the pro hairdryer that’s blown us away

January 7th 2015 / Ayesha Muttucumaru Google+ Ayesha Muttucumaru / 0 comment


Looking for a frizz-fighting hair tool? Seek the help of the ghd Aura hairdryer to give your bad hair day a sunnier forecast

Fusing a high-shine finish with volume, movement, body and bounce, our hair care regimes have received a much-needed boost in our quests to become frizz-free, thanks to the ghd Aura hairdryer.

Leaving hair sleeker, smoother and noticeably glossier, it’s particularly effective for helping tame wavier, longer, harder-to-manage hair types that need a last-minute dose of mane-management before stepping out of the house. So, what makes this hairdryer so different? Thanks to the brand’s newly developed Laminair technology, it provides a more concentrated air stream and more even speed and spread of temperature to discipline misbehaving flyaways together with a quieter brushless motor that refreshingly doesn’t sound like you’re entering Terminal 3 at Heathrow.

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The devil is in the detail though, with the effective cold shot button proving a great way to set your finished hairstyle and innovative Cool-Wall technology to keep the casing and nozzle as cool as this hairdryer looks - handy for keeping scalp scolding injuries to a minimum while targeting roots for added lift. A hairdryer that’s as at home in a salon as well in your bedroom, it doesn’t come cheap but definitely delivers when it comes to providing a professional touch of style-saving moxy that makes the investment all the more worthwhile.

The ghd Aura is £145 and available to buy online at www.ghdhair.com.


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