Fans of the famous ghd hair iron will clap their hands with glee to hear that the famous brand has launched a hairdryer.
Called "air" it has been developed for both professional use and of course, for those of us who just like to look good.
The hairdryer is a powerful tool that offers ionic technology - which means it helps reduce the frizz and static for a sleek and smooth look. This is achieved by blasting negative charge through the hairdryer and onto your hair which does its bit to dispel the positive charge (that causes static) leaving your hair looking silky and sitting smoothly.
"It delivers exceptionally fast drying time and beautiful results with effortless control, creating that perfect, glossy salon finish in minimal time," says ghd educator Debi Schurr.
It's also thoughtfully balanced for easy handling and so that your wrist doesn't get sore while you blow dry.
There's an art to blow drying your hair, Schurr explains. First apply the correct heat protect styling aid to your damp hair.
Use a medium heat setting whilst the hair is visually wet. Once the hair is dry, you can switch over to full heat. This will ensure that the long term condition of your hair is maintained.
When it comes to styling, Schurr explains: "Use the higher heat setting to mould the hair into shape or to add movement as heat helps to make the hair pliable.
"Follow this with a blast of cold air from the cool shot button to fix the look in place."
And overall, it's important that you take care of your hair properly so that you get the very best results from your styler each time. Schurr's top tip for hair care is to never brush the hair with a brush when the it is wet
"Rather use a wide tooth detangling comb so that you don't stress and stretch the hair. Hair carries 80 percent of its weight in water so it is extremely vulnerable when wet."
It's in selected salons now at a recommended retail price of R1499, so make sure you pay your hair salon a visit to check it out for yourself.