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Master in the universe of heat styling ghd will release four new curling tools in September, created to allow stylists the ability to curl hair regardless of hair type, length or texture. The range consists of two wands, the creative curl and classic wave wand, and two tongs, the soft curl and classic curl tong, all which use innovative tri-zone technology.


ghd models show off the four different looks of the styling tools 

This technology, first released last year in the ghd eclipse styler, has been developed by ghd’s scientific team in Cambridge. It includes six sensors, three on each side of the barrel, which maintain a temperature of 185 degrees Celsius along the barrel, delivering long lasting, even curls and ensuring less damage to the hair.


Robert Kovacs and Jayne Wild demonstrate the tools

The rapid heat up of the tools allows for a quicker styling process, where finer hair needs only five seconds on the barrel, and thicker hair around eight seconds. Each tool can be used to create a different look, meaning a wealth of possibilities for different clients, different occasions, different hair types and different moods. For example, the creative curl wand, which is 28 by 23mm creates natural looking, beachy waves, that can be made bigger and fuller. The oval shaped classic wave wand, 38 by 36mm, creates soft waves and elegant movement. The 32mm soft curl tong is for longer hair, creating voluminous waves from the root and the 26mm classic curl tong is a smaller, medium-sized barrel for even curls on shorter hair styles.


Lino Sini introduces the range

“From the day I started hairdressing I have loved what curl can do to a style; it can define, add texture and totally transform your look,” said ghd Global Ambassador Adam Reed. “I’m very excited about this revolutionary range of curling tools, not only do they look great, but they really perform. The tri-zone technology means that I can achieve a totally controllable texture, wave or curl. In addition, the styling results have exceptional staying power.”


The ghd curve range

ghd launched the curling tools at an elegant breakfast in Vaucluse, where Lino Sini, Managing Director of ghd, introduced the tools and Jayne Wild and ghd Education Manager Robert Kovacs demonstrated the four different looks on models in front of a gorgeous view of Sydney harbour. Polaroid pictures were taken and pastries passed around before guests tried out the tools for themselves.


The styling stations at the ghd curve launch

For curls scientifically developed to last, ghd curve has a tool for every girl on every occasion.

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