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    Hey,

    I'm thinking of buying a new pair of straighteners at the moment i have a pair of wide plate ghd's but my hair is short (above shoulder length) and is very thick and slightly wavy. I feel my ghd's don't straighten my hair like they used to and i feel that they lag on my hair causing my hair to break.

    Just wondering if anyone knows of a cheap pair of straighteners that glide smoothly and are compatible with thick short hair.

    thanks in advance
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    Hi

    My hair sounds like yours and i use andrew barton straight answer straighteners. They heat up to 230 and i brilliant. They are usually around 70 but i know they are half price in argos atm.
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    (Original post by eikciv)
    Hi

    My hair sounds like yours and i use andrew barton straight answer straighteners. They heat up to 230 and i brilliant. They are usually around 70 but i know they are half price in argos atm.
    Thanks ill check them out!


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    Babyliss do some amazing straighteners too and mine have lasted me 2 years now


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    I know they're not cheap but I 100% stick by GHD's. My friend has had about 3 different cheap hair straighteners this year...My GHD's were £100 when I got them but that was 5 years ago and they still work perfectly. So it works out as £20 a year, but otherwise Babyliss straighteners seem to work well for a lot of people - they fried the hell outta my hair though
 
 
 
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