This August, ghd introduces Pink Orchid, a gorgeous new styler that donates R100 from every styler sold to the Cancer Association of South Africa (CANSA). Taking its cue from Valentino, Ballenicaga and Christopher Kane, this limited edition styler set comes beautifully packaged in a trendy clutch bag that will no doubt complete, and add style to any outfit.
I got to see the styler in the flesh at my meeting with ghd’s Marketing manager Janlyn and I’ve got to say it, the pictures do not do this styler justice!
The clutch, which is to-die-for is finished in a vibrant shade of hot orchid pink with a peek-a-boo black lace overlay. The styler itself is the ghd Gold Classic styler with a twist, instead of having gold ceramic plates, this one is hot orchid pink!
So what else do you get inside this fabulous limited edition gift set?
The ghd Pink Orchid Limited Edition styler set comes complete with:
- ghd Gold Classic styler with vibrant hot pink styling plates;
- a protective plate guard to safely cover hot plates when you need to use your styler on the go;
- Pink heat-resistant styler case which will not only protect your most precious possession but this sassy, versatile accessory also doubles as a super-stylish clutch bag;
- Two sectioning clips to make styling even easier and to give you the professional touch.
And the price? All this for only R2 380. It will be available at professional ghd-approved salons nationwide. To find out more or to locate a stockist near you, call ghd on 031 766 0320
PS! Buy this styler and you may just win a once in a lifetime opportunity of seeing Katy Perry live in London with your BFF. Find out more about the Get Closer to Katy competition here. Remember to register your Gold Classic Styler (or this one) online before the 31st August 2011.
Did you know?
2011 is the sixth year that ghd has collaborated with CANSA with over R1.1 million having been donated thus far. R100 from each styler sold will be donated to the CANSA who aim to encourage all women to invest in their health by learning how to detect women’s cancers early, including breast cancer which affects one in 29 women each year.