Help Breast Cancer Awareness with ghd GOLD® by Lulu Guinness – Available Now at Hair Ministry Group Salons in Ipswich
Two British icons have joined together in the fight against cancer with £10 from every purchase of the ghd gold® styler by Lulu Guinness donated to Breast Cancer Now.
The long-standing collaboration between ghd and global breast cancer charities has raised more than £10 million over the past 14 years.
With the iconic lipstick kiss that Lulu Guinness is so famous for, the ghd gold® styler has had a makeover and with a beautiful pearlescent matching coordinating heat-resistant bag, this is a Limited Edition you’ll just have to have!
Why not ask your Hair Ministry Group stylist to demonstrate how to get the most out of your brand new stylers during your next appointment? Call us your nearest salon by clicking on one of the links below;
The Features & Pricing
Heating up in just 25 seconds, your busy schedule will never be compromised and with the automatic sleep mode after 30 minutes of non-use you will have extra peace of mind when styling.
The new dual-zone technology for premium performance has two heat sensors instead of one to continuously control the optimum styling temperature of 185ºC from root to tip and also including universal voltage as standard letting you style anywhere in the world.
The beautiful, limited edition stylers are RRP £139 and the super-stylish dryer is RRP£99.
This is a multi-use tool thanks to it’s rounder barrel so you can straighten, curl and wave with ease while proven to deliver sleeker, smoother and healthier hair* – so join the fight to beat cancer with ghd, Lulu Guinness and Breast Cancer Now.
About Lulu Guiness
Famed for her red lipstick motif and distinctive style, Lulu Guinness’ creations are regularly seen on the arms of celebrities such as Helena Bonham Carter, Florence Welch, Dita von Teese, Alexa Chung and Christina Aguilera.
Pushing boundaries in the fashion industry for nearly 30 years, Lulu brings her own take to this years ghd pink limited edition.
“The ghd annual pink collection is so iconic and has raised an incredible amount of money for breast cancer charities globally – over £10million!
I am thrilled to be a part of the campaign this year and hope that my design helps to raise even more valuable money for charity.”
– Lulu Guinness, Designer