I get a lot of questions about my hair. From what I ask at the hairdressers to what colour I dye it with and most of all how I style it. Truth is, without hair tools, my hair would look like rats tails. It doesn’t really do much naturally, and that means that hair tools are my saviour.
I’ve been meaning to compile a list of posts about hair tools for quite some time. I have an abundance of hair tools in my collection, and some I like more than others. So why not create a series of posts all about my favourite ones, how I use them and most importantly how they make your hair look! I’m going to be talking waving wands, to curling irons, to straighteners. And it’s all going to be in one weeks worth of posts, so you can check back every day to see the next instalment in my hair tool series.
I hope you like these posts and more importantly find them useful at least!
ghd Classic Curl Tong (and how it looks when I use it on my hair)
We’re going to start this week with a hair tool that I have recently been loving. I also not long posted about it, which you can read here. It’s the ghd curve Classic Curl Tong. Famed for being used on the Victoria’s Secret angels models hair, it’s totally worth the hype. From the quick heat up, to the matte barrel, it’s a pleasure to use. Even with my abundance of hair, I can create loose curls within about ten minutes. I’ve been really enjoying using this lately and it’s been my hair tool of choice.
It may be pricey, but if the Curve collection lasts as long as the ghd straighteners, it’s a good investment. One reason why I love a tong so much is that i don’t have to hold my hair, meaning that I can scroll on Twitter whilst I use it. Winner winner chicken dinner.
I will be blogging a little later on in the week about another waving wand, but this is definitely my curling iron of choice at the moment and I’m sure it will continue to be for quite some time. And well if it’s good enough for the VS angels.. it’s good enough for me.