(Picture: Lidl)Many of us have had our trusty GHDs for years. They’re efficient, long-lasting and come with impressive results.
The only downside? They’re expensive.
When GHD released a new straightening brush, which promised to keep hair looking shiny and straight without having to go to the effort of straightening layer by layer, they sold out quickly after being launched earlier this year.
In true GHD style, these were also pretty expensive, at £125. Which, just after Christmas – or at any given time, really – is not the most affordable for those of us who have rent and bills to pay.
Which is why we are over the moon that Lidl has created its own dupe of the brush, and is selling it for £110 cheaper, at just £14.99. Amazing.
(Picture: Lidl)The brush features a similar design to the GHD heated brush, with added rose gold detailing, and adds volume and body to the hair while the heated prongs straighten it.
Like the GHD brush, Lidl’s version features a ceramic heat pad, which is adjustable from 120 to 210 degrees – meaning you can keep your hair nice and healthy by adjusting the heat settings to suit you.
This isn’t the first time Lidl has sold a heated brush – though it is their first own-brand version.
Last year, they sold the Silvercrest straightening brush for £9.99, and it had amazing reviews
So I tried out this hairbrush straightener that I got from Lidl at just €12,99 and wow it did a pretty good job!! I looked like a lion before but now my hair is much more “tamed” 😂😂😍 pic.twitter.com/DZguf26Sxl
— Urvija🦄 (@minniemonkey97) January 24, 2019
YouTuber Bethany Mew shared a video of herself reviewing the heated brush, and she was really happy with the results
Showing her viewers how to use it and using it on her own hair, she said: ‘My hair looks smooth, and nice, and the only thing that I guess isn’t so good is that you can’t get super close to the curly bits.
‘But I am super impressed, my hair is straight.
‘And it works – £10! Fabulous.’
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