Tried and Tested: The hair styling tool that could replace your GHD
Great hair is not always something we are born with. Sometimes it takes months of work and trialing out new and unique products that are suited to our individual needs.
Your barnet can make or break you. Luckily for moi, I have always had relatively good hair. It behaves better when it's in good condition like most. But it has taken me years to understand what products to use to make sure it looks well.
My hair isn't quite curly but it's not straight. So in the wrong environment, it can look a little like Monica from Friends that time she went to Barbados.
Having been reliant on my Parlux hairdryer or GHD in the past, I was slightly unsure what to expect when I came across the Dafni. Not that I was skeptical, but I have seen many devices over the years. I have owned most.
This is the only straightener using 3-D ceramic technology that gives smooth and sleek results without flattening the hair in plates.
It looks like a normal brush, but heats up to 185 degrees in seconds. After a run on Saturday, I had plans to go to Kilkenny to visit my Dad. After the shower my hair wasn't quite straight or curly. In normal circumstances I probably would have washed it again (even though it had just been washed the day before). But I decided to give the Dafni a try.