Honestly, I’m finally at a point where I’m pretty happy with my hair, and I don’t talk about it enough! I’ve had so many bad experiences with it over the years but I’ve found exactly what works for me and what I feel comfortable with. Admittedly I’m usually pretty boring, I tend to curl it in the same way then just leave it down, but over the past few months I’ve been pushing myself to do a little more with it, and actually I’m really enjoying doing something a little different.
ghd very kindly sent me their brand new sahara gold styler to try – it’s possible the most beautiful pair of ghds I have ever seen, I’ve used ghd straighteners since I was 14. I remember getting my first pair for Christmas and I’ve used them ever since. For both of these styles I have curled my hair using the new styler. Now it doesn’t take a genius to do this first one ~ or the second come to think of it ~ but I’ve been loving having part of my hair back out of my face, it takes less than a minute but it adds height to the roots of my hair, takes back some of it for the warmer days and in my opinion looks quite girly and cute. I either use the clip in the photo, or just 3 grips and that holds it in place, finish with a light coat of hairspray and I’m good to go.
This next one is my favourite, probably because it’s kind of inspired by my wedding day hair. I definitely can’t recreate the bun I wore, but I can do a low pony tail easily and get a similar effect at the front. This is one I like to do the day before hair wash day, my hair isn’t as soft making it easy to tie back, and the waves always look a little more messy and undone. Another reason why I love wearing this hair style in the summer is that it looks amazing with sunglasses, so random I know, but I love having my sunglasses on my head when my hairs like this…
I absolutely love ghd, if you’re looking for a hair tool that you can use to straighten, wave and curl your hair then it’s a must in my eyes.
Which style is your favourite out of the two?
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