It’s such fun when the three of us get together, especially when we get to throw in some work and get our creative ideas flowing…
We were lucky enough to have ghd join us for this shoot and work some individual magic on each of us.
We, as sisters are very close but are so individual in our sense of style and taste and that goes beyond our clothes and into our hair and make up preferences.
Me, I tend to be a little less is more and to be totally honest with you – I’m a lazy “hair person”. The least effort it takes for my hair the happier I am 🙂 and even if it requires more effort, I like it to look as naturally styled as possible… I have both the ghd Gold Styling Iron and the Curling Iron. I personally find the curling iron easier to use at home to achieve the tossled, wavy look but I think the original iron if used by a stylist has an amazing finish… The trick is to change direction of the hair around the wand every other curl – keeps it less structured and over styled. My hair is quite fine and straight straight, so I need a bit of volume at the roots and the wave gives my hair more body.
Cindi ~ On a normal day to day basis I often straighten my hair with the ghd Gold and wear it up in a high ponytail for work, so it’s out of my face but I absolutely love when my hair has a soft wave/curl to it. For our tutorial with the ghd team I wanted to create a cool festival look, incorporating a soft wave and this fish tail plait which is a great fun style. Change it up and create a crown with the plait.
Tracy: I’m absolutely obsessed with boho chic and that spills over into hairstyles aswell. I spend most of my life with my hair straightened (using my trusty ghd OBVIOUSLY haha) because I actually have curly hair and I’ve always felt just that little bit undone when I don’t have my hair straight. I wanted the ghd team to create a style that could easily be done with straight hair to give it that little bit of something extra that one could wear for both daytime and night time without changing a thing except your wardrobe.
Bottom line is, ghd has pretty much got something for everyone and have cool tutorials online to help teach you the technique you need to achieve the style you want.