Believe it or not, your styler is not faulty – This is actually an intentional design decision by Ghd!
Later we will explore: Why Don’t The Plates On My Ghd Touch. But first, lets get to know Ghd Hair. They have been at the forefront of the hairstyling industry since 2001. Moreover, they offer cutting-edge styling tools that have become a favorite choice among hairstylists worldwide. With a presence in over 50,000 salons globally, Ghd has established itself as a trusted brand. Ghd is definetely popular! This is evident with an impressive statistic of 5 iconic stylers being sold every minute.
Each tool is designed by Ghd to reach a maximum temperature of 185°C, ensuring superior styling results without causing permanent heat damage to any hair type. Whether it’s straightening, curling, or creating any desired hairstyle, Ghd Hair delivers exceptional performance and continues to be the go-to brand for over 250,000 stylists.
Why Don’t The Plates On My Ghd Touch?
Ghd have deliberately designed their stylers to have plates that do not touch each other when the styler is closed. This design feature is intentional and serves multiple purposes. Here are a few reasons why the plates of your Ghd flat iron do not touch:
- Smooth gliding: Firstly, The slight space between the plates facilitates smoother gliding of the styler through the hair. This reduces friction, preventing hair from snagging or getting caught between the plates, which could cause breakage or discomfort. The smooth movement of the plates helps create a seamless styling experience and prevents unnecessary damage to the hair.
- Flexibility and styling versatility: Secondly, the gap between the plates adds flexibility to the styler, allowing it to accommodate various hair thicknesses and textures. Different hair types require different levels of pressure and tension to achieve the desired style, and the gap between the plates enables the styler to adjust to the hair without excessive force. This versatility makes your Ghd stylers suitable for a wide range of hair types and styles.
- Even heat distribution: Finally, the gap between the plates allows for more even heat distribution across the hair. When the styler clamps down on a section of hair, the heat penetrates the hair strands sandwiched between the plates. The gap ensures that the heat is evenly distributed throughout the hair, providing consistent results and minimizing the risk of hot spots that could lead to hair damage.
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