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Dec282011

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There are many websites on the internet that sell fake GHD hair straighteners and this article can be used as a guide of how to buy the real thing. There are certain steps the buyer can take to avoid the disappointment and danger of buying faulty GHDs. This is an important topic as fake GHDs may not work properly, damaging the hair or even worse, causing an electrical fire and endangering people. Read on if you are looking to buy GHDs.

Hair straighteners - most women own pair and since the ceramic plated ones were invented they have become an essential part of many peoples' beauty regime. GHD straighteners in many peoples' eyes are by far the best on the market, and due to the consumer need ghd straighteners australia for them, as with many leading brands, fake GHDs are too easily available.

It is virtually impossible to tell a pair of fake GHDs and a pair of genuine ones apart as they look very similar. Those companies producing the fake ones are doing a very good job of creating them. The fake GHDs are generally not as effective as the real ones, perhaps not heating up to the right temperature as quickly or not at all, and then not keeping this temperature consistent. They can also be very dangerous, sometimes having electrical faults that can cause fires in the home.

A pair of fake GHDs will not be covered by the 2 year guarantee that you get with a genuine pair therefore you have no comeback if anything does go wrong with them - meaning you will be left out of pocket and without a pair of hair straighteners. They may not even arrive on your doorstep.

Using companies that create fake GHDs can leave you at risk of credit card fraud and identity theft, an ongoing problem in today's society, with consumers buying more and more goods and services over the internet.
In most cases, if you find a website selling GHDs for a real bargain price, the old saying comes in to play - if it seems too good to be true then it probably is.

So what can the consumer do to ensure they receive their pair of genuine GHDs? Do some research on the company that you are buying from. Check if they have a contact address in the UK. If they have a UK telephone number then give it a call, ask them some questions about the GHDs you ghd

are wanting to order - they should be able to answer all your queries. Also check if they have a company registration number.

As with all online shops check there is a golden padlock in the right hand corner of the website. This means that they have a secure payment system. If the padlock doesn't appear then you could be giving your credit card details to anyone.

All companies should have a clear privacy policy, ghd

required on all websites that take your details and also a clear returns policy. If the returns policy appears ambiguous then give the company a miss. You want to be safe in the knowledge that if anything goes wrong with your straighteners then you can return them and get a new pair, have them fixed or get a refund.

EBay can also be risky as you can't tell from a picture whether GHDs are real or not, even some of the fake ones have genuine looking holograms on them, come in all the same packaging and look real in every other way. If you buy them from Ebay then ask the sellers questions and check their feedback just as you would when buying anything from Ebay.

There are plenty of genuine distributors of GHD hair straighteners, you can find a list of them on the official GHD website. There is also a list of all salons in the UK that resell for them.

If you take all these precautions then the pair of GHDs that arrive on your doorstep should be genuine, and then you can enjoy the excellent features of this essential beauty item.

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