The ghd max styler comes complete with advanced ceramic heat technology, ensuring a consistent and even optimum styling temperature of 185°ﹾC throughout your style. Smooth, golden floating plates deliver snag-free styling and shine, while the wider plates enable you to style larger sections of hair with ease, perfect for taming frizz in naturally curly hair and great for longer hair types, when creating waves, curls or a simple straight.

That’s the positives. What about criticisms of GHD products? Well, in some cases, GHD straighteners have been reported to experience heating problems and, when you are in a hurry to get to work and need to avoid frizz, it’s incredibly frustrating when your straighteners won’t heat rapidly. However, that’s an issue with individual products, and GHD’s customer service team should be able to sort out a replacement quickly.
Naturally that means that If you have a broken pair of GHD's, then this is the website for you. Hopefully you'll find all the info you need to repair them youself, and if you get stuck feel free to contact us via the forum, Twitter, Facebook or email. If you need any spare parts, then check out the shop. If you don't fancy trying to fix them yourself, then we offer a fast and efficient, fixed price service (see the repair service page) or you can sell your broken GHDs and turn them into cash towards a new pair. 

GHD MKIV classic Styler Straightening Iron. Made with multi-action, refined ceramic blades, the classic model acts profoundly and efficiently on hair, providing a premium, professional finish. Combining fast performance with optimum ease and convenience, the heaters glide easily and smoothly from the root to the tip, ensuring gentle, even application.
Suzie has rejoined the Moda hair team after a short break where she pursued a career in Child care. She is back and more eager than ever to share her talents in cutting and colouring. She particularly enjoys styling; creating vintage styles from the 20s through to the 50s. Suzie was voted apprentice of the year when studying at Tafe, and was a finalist in Loreal’s Style and Shoot competition.
The Rolls Royce of hair straighteners, ghd is one of the most well-known brands in the business, for its quality products. Its hair straighteners are an investment, and for those who use them often, they're worth it. Ceramic irons with patented heating technology help to reduce hair breakage by up to 50 per cent, and increase shine by up to 20 per cent, whilst allowing you to create all kinds of styles, from classic smoothing and straightening to waves, curls, flicks and more. If cared for correctly, a pair of ghd straighteners will last for decades, if not longer.
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