Mine is. It's not even that old - a few months at most. It's because I was stingy. Cheap hairdryers aren't all that great - WHO KNEW?
NB. Hairdryers don't work outside. Also excuse my totally casual hairdo today!
- A 2,100 watt motor (powerful!)
- Advanced ionic technology (wonderful!)
- Variable heat and speed controls (useful!)
- And an extra-long cable (bountiful!)
But not only does it look good, it's also for a good cause. The reason it has pink chrome bits on it, and a cherry blossom storage bag is that a percentage of the proceeds of its sales go to the Breakthrough Breast Cancer charity.
Obviously, one lucky winner will get one for free, so...erm... we'll gloss over that part. But ghd do seem to give away a lot of money from their pink products, so that's pretty virtuous.
If you would like the chance to win your own Cherry Blossom hairdryer and breathe (or rather blow) new life into your vintage hairstyling routine, then all you need to do is:
- Leave me a comment describing your favourite vintage hairstyle and its era...
- ...and include your email address.
The competition is unfortunately only open to UK residents due to plug and voltage complications. I promise an international giveaway soon!
I'll close comments one week from today (Thursday 6th September). Good luck!
PS. In other news, my new shoes you can't really see in these pictures are amazing and cost £5 in the Office sale. Got to love wallpaper pumps for a fiver.