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The Summer is almost over although I have to admit I feel a bit let down this year at the measly amount of good weather we have had.  For all those mums that feel they deserve a treat after surviving the long break and for all those that just love GHD products I have a super announcement.  Now if you win you can either keep this super prize for yourself or gifts it to a friend or family member for a birthday or Christmas, the choice is yours.  In the past I have joined up with other bloggers to bring you all some super competitions and we are at it yet again.  This time the prize is a fabulous GHD Hairdryer.

These sorts of collaborations are great as they enable us bloggers to giveaway a bigger and better prize than we could have afforded alone.

Meet the bloggers taking part:

The Reluctant Traveller |EmmaDrew.info |Melanie’s Fab Finds | Mum Dad Plus 4 | Futures | The Rare Welsh Bit | Mother Distracted | Lindy Loves | Precious Little Worlds | Being Tilly’s Mummy

So how can you be in with a chance of winning a GHD Hair Dryer? Well all you need to do is let us know:
What is your top tip for looking after your hair?

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Good luck everyone.

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177 thoughts on “Win a GHD Hairdryer”

  1. Washing it every other day to avoid over-stripping the natural oils and avoiding using too much heat too often.

  2. I wash my hair every two days and use plenty of conditioner. I then let it partially dry naturally before blow drying.

  3. I’ve had trouble with my hair falling out lately and did loads of research. I think that definitely investing in a good quality shampoo and conditioner (even though they may be more expensive) keeps the hair in far better condition and a lot more healthier.

  4. Give your hair a rest from ‘processed’ treatments, ie don’t use heated tools on your hair everyday or perhaps give it a break from bleaching and dying, so your hair gets a chance to use its own natural oils to recover.

  5. The best tip I was ever given on keeping my hair healthy is – let your hair behave naturally! Mine has a natural wave and for years I straightened it within an inch of it’s life. Now I’ve ditched the straighteners most days and let my hair go with it’s natural wave. It loos much more healthy as a result 🙂

    1. I agree with Emily. I too have oily hair and find that conditioning it first helps make it look more fresh! I would love to win x

  6. I think it is about knowing your hair type, and finding products to suit. My hair is curly and dry, so I always choose hair care that it anti-frizz.

  7. Beauty oils – put them in your hair in the night and wash them out in the morning and your hair will be super soft and shiny!

  8. After washing towel dry a bit then coat hair in conditioner tie up then leave as long as possible, rinse hair the dry and style as normal x

  9. Having a good cut and coloured every 5 weeks is good for my hair. Having it coloured puts more body and shine in it and makes it more manageable

  10. I always use a variety of different shampoos for my hair. I feel that each one looks after my hair in a different way. eg. one for volume, one that gives it shine, one that’s anti breakage etc.

  11. My top tip would be to cover your hair coconut oil and put a shower cap on just before you go to sleep. When you wake up in the morning wash your hair as normal and it will be super silky and shiny!

  12. My hairdresser told me to brush your hair all forwards whilst drying and it then sits more naturally and appears smoother.

  13. I love my long hair! I use coconut oil 20 minutes before i wash my hair. do a little massage and leave it on for 20 minutes to get nourishing locks! When i was little my mum used to make coconut oil from coconut just for my hair!

  14. I always use a bit of serum after washing my hair, it keeps the frizz a little bit under control. Also if I can I try not to wash my hair to often

  15. I wash my hair every 2-3 days to avoid stripping all the oils out of it and I always use a good conditioner and leave it on for 2 minutes to help it have time to work.

  16. mix an egg cup of olive oil with and egg cp of quite warm water, put it on hair leave for at least 10 mins, wash out shampoo twice , make hair gorgeous

  17. Let it dry naturally as often as you can. I Need a new hairdryer my daughter has ummm borrowed mine and I haven’t seen it since!

  18. Don’t wash it too often. Don’t brush it too often. And eat a healthy diet full of nuts, seeds and eggs which are really god for your hair!

  19. Moisturise my hair with coconut oil in the night (making sure to cover my pillow with a towel) and washing it with sensitive shampoo in the morning, atleast twice a week.

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