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    I got one for my mum for Christmas I have thick European hair when I tried it didn't work at all I wouldn't recommend it

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    Thanks all. It seems that the general trend is a negative opinion so that's been useful. I was thinking of being able to just tame my hair a bit to put in a ponytail as normally it's so wavy it looks rubbish and I have to put it in a bun. If I was to wear it down I would still use my ghds. To be honest though most days my hair doesn't even see a brush so I probably wouldn't end up using it much anyway!

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    It will never live up to my cloud nine which is amazing

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    Quote Originally Posted by nh2489 View Post
    Thanks all. It seems that the general trend is a negative opinion so that's been useful. I was thinking of being able to just tame my hair a bit to put in a ponytail as normally it's so wavy it looks rubbish and I have to put it in a bun. If I was to wear it down I would still use my ghds. To be honest though most days my hair doesn't even see a brush so I probably wouldn't end up using it much anyway!
    You have described me and my hair to a tee. You are not alone in a messy unbrushed bun and the ghd....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Little Miss Sunshine View Post
    You have described me and my hair to a tee. You are not alone in a messy unbrushed bun and the ghd....
    Me too!

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    I have very thick hair and Dh bought me one for my birthday. I couldn't believe it was $299! I have no idea why he spent so much when I only turned 36, lol. Anyway, I wasn't happy with it so lucky for me The Shaver Shop gave me a refund! I put the money towards a night away at the Melb Crown Casino!If it was $80-$100 then it might be worthwhile for thin wavey hair, but not $299.
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