Ghd Advanced Split End Therapy Review

Everyone has heard of the well appreciated and admired brand GHD, they are most popular for their wondrous quality straighteners. I remember a bit later on in secondary school requiring a pair of GHD’s so bad, just because advice on the way as they are the best of the best, and all the salons applied them, so they had to be much amazing right? – and that was precisely what I required for my unruly, crimped mane.

Teens certain days will never know the fight before the invention of straightening irons haha.. or taking around a huge CD Walkman for that thing – you weren’t making that bad boy in your coat pouch that’s for sure! – wow, I’m so retro.

Anyhow, moving on a few years my other half got me my first ever pair of GHD straightening presses, and they were just as wondrous as I believed they would be. Using more hot styling appliances can start to take its a toll on your hair which is why it’s regularly advised to use products which help defend from heat.

GHD has taken out this incredible new product that benefits with so many hair problems you may have, all wrapped up in one luxurious golden tube, called Advanced Split End Therapy.

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This wonder treatment is activated by heat, so once any hot styling tools get to work on your hair so does this treatment. It works instantly to fortify ends, leaving hair sleek, smooth and shiny for up to 10 washes which makes this product great value for money as you won’t need to use this after every single wash like you would with most.

The GHD advanced split end therapy is scientifically formed for all hair varieties so it works for everyone. The formula contains a blend of nutrient-rich elements that assist keep your favourite locks against everyday styling and even environmental stress, using a fitness Thermo-Marine Bonding System™, the treatment fills and binds broken hair fibres together to immediately repair split ends and Super Nutrient Complex stops future damage by coating every strand by a shielding coating.

This wonder product reviews & tips from my beauty products is all the care your hair needs. It saves you from adding various products to your hair targeting several things which can provide lots of build up, weighing it down and making it look greasy.

How to use

  • Start by shampooing your hair, then towel dry to get rid of excess moisture.
  • Shake tube a small before you open to mixing the product inside, then give brutally 10ml into your hands.
  • Apply during the ends of hair and other places which may have damage.
  • Comb the product through with a detangling comb to ensure even distribution.
  • Section hair, and blow-dry smooth.
  • Use your straightening irons over your hair in small parts to seal in the product

My Thoughts…
After I have done all those steps my hair is left feeling wondrous, I love how lightweight this product is, there is no warning of it weighing down your hair like a lot of leave-in products I’ve tried can. It has a lovely clean smell to it, nothing too strong or feminine which gives it perfect for both sexes. I know truly the only way to fix split ends is to get a trim, but until that hairdresser visit, this little product is excellent at sealing them down. I think it’s pretty unique that it also prevents any future damage from keeping your hair in the best ever condition. My hair is seeing less fried and more ‘OH HAI swishy healthy hair’.

Have you used any GHD products before? I would like to hear your thoughts. also read review about Look Beautiful With Diffrent hairstyle.

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