Once more, ghd is supporting global breast cancer charities with the launch of its limited edition pink blush collection.
The long-standing collaboration between ghd and global breast cancer charities has raised more than £10million over the past 13 years, but with your support the brand is sure it can make an even bigger donation this year.
Now is the perfect time to stock up on these beautiful blush-coloured products as clients once again look to support breast cancer charities and show that their hair cares through ghd.
The brand will make a donation to Breast Cancer Now with every purchase of the ghd pink blush collection so show that your hair and salon cares by stocking these hair styling heroes today.
The range includes:
limited edition pink blush ghd platinum styler and roll bag, £165 with £10 donated to Breast Cancer Now
This award-winning no compromise styler is now available in limited edition pink blush with co-ordinating heat resistant bag. Featuring ghd’s patented tri-zone technology, the ghd platinum styler uses safer-for-hair heat that delivers the very best styling results in just one stroke.
limited edition pink blush ghd air hairdryer, £99 with £10 donated to Breast Cancer Now
Developed in conjunction with professional styling experts, ghd air makes achieving a perfect salon blow-dry look easy, delivering reduced frizz and a professional finish in half the time. Featuring a powerful motor and advanced ionic technology, ghd air delivers exceptionally fast drying and styling, leaving hair soft and silky. Whether you’re looking for quick, sleek and smooth results or fabulous volume, ghd air has got it covered.
limited edition pink blush ghd paddle brush, £20 with £2 donated to Breast Cancer Now
This is the brush that beats all other brushes. It detangles all lengths without generating static and will help create straight and sleek blow-dries, smooth hair into ponytails and detangle on a daily basis.
To find out more, visit ghdhair.com/pink
About Breast Cancer Now
Breast Cancer Now is the UK’s largest breast cancer charity. The charity’s main ambition is that by 2050 everyone who develops breast cancer will live. The charity is determined to stop women dying from the disease, working in a new, collaborative way and bringing together all those affected by the disease to fund research, share knowledge and find answers. For more information on Breast Cancer Now’s work, visit breastcancernow.org