Girls - Heat Protection from GHDs Watch

Cupcakee
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Hello TSR Girls

I feel it would be a good idea to finally start using some heat protection on my hair so that it doesn't become fried

Have used straighteners for years but never bothered to buy any. I tried some spray at a friends house and it seemed to 'fizz' when I tried to straighten my hair? Is this meant to happen?

What do you use?

Many thanks, Cupcakee
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Sourire
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I use the Tresemme heat protection spray and I think it's good and not too costly either.
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kristy888
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hmm not sure but it is definitely a necessity to get heat protection because its like you're ironing your hair on a daily basis and sucking out the nutrients etc so over time split ends and your hair gets more damaged and you start losing hair and stuff... but i think you should go to look for professional products like the stuff sold in hair salons etc.
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I use:

http://www.superdrug.com/Styling-Pro...498327&bklist=
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I use Lee Stafford, you can get it from boots, and smells lush
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(Original post by Sourire)
I use the Tresemme heat protection spray and I think it's good and not too costly either.
Same here. Smells nice too.
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kiss_me_now9
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I use Tony and Guy Heat Defense Iron-It spray, makes your hair really shiny too
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i use the heat spray i got with my ghd straightener's, its like the ghd brand
i dunno which one is good, but just make sure you use some
my hair is really sensitive to heat even when i do use heat protection, so no protection is a big no-no for me
and, yeah, it will fizz when you use it but its not a bad thing. its only the product drying as you apply the heat - its safe
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I have the VO5 one, which you put on when your hair's wet then blow dry, and it will still carry on working afterwards if you straighten it. But I don't blow dry an awful lot and I tend to just decide that I want to straighten my hair one day so then I use Matrix Vavoom Gold Heat, I got it from a hairdresser's about 2 years ago and I've still got loads left! It works really well and volumises too. It was either £8 or £10, the haircut and spray came to £18 and I can't remember now which way round it went.
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What about some advice from us boys who use GHDs
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I use the GHD thermal protection spray, which is really good. Cost £11 though!
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I use Frizz Ease Thermal Protection.. it helps to straighten your hair as well so that the process takes less time.
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(Original post by milan5baros)
What about some advice from us boys who use GHDs
Go for it
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(Original post by kiss_me_now9)
I use Tony and Guy Heat Defense Iron-It spray, makes your hair really shiny too
ditto. I got a free bottle of it cos of an offer on my boots advantage card, so s'alllllll good.
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