GHD Air Hairdryer Giveaway

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I have been using the GHD Air hair dryer for years now, and despite the hefty price tag, I wouldn't hesitate to get it again. You can check out my full review of the GHD Air hair dryer. I love it so much that I have teamed up with some fantastic bloggers to offer you the chance to win your own GHD Air hair dryer. Whether you want to get one for yourself, or you want to gift it for Christmas, it is a fantastic giveaway.

Summer is drawing to a close, kids will soon be back at school soon and you, yes you, most definitely deserve a treat. So here we are, a great team of bloggers, bringing you the chance to win a GHD Hairdryer, to allow you to blow dry your locks whenever you want.

So who has teamed up to bring to you this prize:

The Reluctant Traveller | |Melanie's Fab Finds | Mum Dad Plus 4 | Futures | The Rare Welsh Bit | Mother Distracted | Lindy Loves | Precious Little Worlds | Being Tilly's Mummy
So how can you be in with a chance of winning a GHD Hair Dryer? Well all you need to do is let us know:

What is your top tip for looking after your hair?

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Good Luck.

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24 Comments on “GHD Air Hairdryer Giveaway”

  1. Sleep with coconut Oil in you hair, wash it the next morning, makes the hair lovely shiny and healthy 🙂

  2. Oh my word, as a naturally curly Scottish lass my hair is like my personality – WILD, UNRULY AND DIFFICULT TO TAME! (I really wish I could attach a pic here as evidence – I seriously give the frizzesse etc before and after pic mock ups a run for their money!). That said years of the Battle of the Bouffant has skilled me in the arts of Mane Taming. My absolute top tip though for those with coloured/dry/curly hair is to use a sulphate free shampoo – they don’t strip the hair of natural oils and are less likely to wash out dye in colour treated hair! I have noticed such a difference since I swapped – less damage, meaning easier growth. My hairdresser notices the difference too!

  3. as well as your regular shampooing also do a deep cleanse of your hair and scalp about once a fortnight

  4. change your shampoo and conditioner regularly, using the same product can build up layers of product over time and the results can be dull and lifeless, swapping products around can keep your hair fresher.

  5. Making sure you get a really good cut and then your hair falls easily into your chosen style and always looks good.

  6. I try to give my hair a day off or two from styling it in a flat iron. I seem to notice how dry my hair gets even with a protecting spray when I am constantly flat ironing my hair.

  7. i always rinse mine in ice cold water after washing, seals the hair and makes it super shiny 🙂

  8. My top tip is to understand your hair. I’ve got lots odmf very fine hair and too much product or oils aren’t good for it.i need lighter conditioner, salt spray to bring out the curls and a hair cut without too many layers to ensure it doesn’t her fly away.
    Also purple shampoo for blonde hair to stop it during brassy!

  9. My top tip is to not use products every day as they cause build up but if you do then do a deep cleanse to bring your hair back to it’s best.

  10. I have to wear my hair scrapped back in a bun for for work and under a hat so I love it when I get the chance to let it loose and free!! Washing it the night before and a quick straighten in the morning is my top tip! But I love the chance for a deep conditioning hair mask!! Definitely worth it every so often!! Love everyone’s hair tips!!! Remember we are all worth it !!!

  11. I try to not wash my hair for a while as washing it too much strips the natural oils. also i only ever use a hairdryer if I am in a hurry otherwise I let it dry naturally.

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