26 August, 2017

Meet The Bloggers & Win A GHD Hairdryer

I don’t know about you but the hot summer weather (and yes, we have had some) plays havoc with my hair.  That’s the downside to having highlighted hair – not only the cost but the upkeep! I know I should apply a hair mask and keep it covered when in the sun but we parents generally spend more time slathering our kids in suncream than we do making sure we’re protected!

So, since summer is drawing to a close and the kids will soon be back at school soon, you, yes you, most definitely deserve a treat. So here we are, a great team of bloggers, bringing you the chance to win a GHD Hairdryer, to allow you to blow dry your locks whenever you want.

So who has teamed up to bring to you this prize:

Win GHD Hairdryer - motherdistracted.co.uk

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So how can you be in with a chance of winning a GHD Hair Dryer? Well all you need to do is let us know:

What is your top tip for looking after your hair?

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Good Luck.

This prize is being administrated by Sarah of UK Bloggers / Life in a Break Down for any issues please contact her at sarah@uk-bloggers.co.uk. For full terms and conditions please view the Rafflecopter widget. The giveaway ends at 11:59 pm on 22nd September.

99 comments so far.

99 responses to “Meet The Bloggers & Win A GHD Hairdryer”

  1. Susan B says:

    Invest in two good hairbrushes. A natural bristle brush for a daily brush ‘n’ shine and a detangler brush for knots.

  2. Anthea Holloway says:

    Keep it short!

  3. Kim M says:

    G H D Hairdryer – lots of conditioner and be gentle with your hair

  4. A S,Edinburgh says:

    Dry it with a t-shirt, not with a towel, especially if it’s anything other than totally straight.

  5. Cupcake R says:

    Always use a good quality conditioner!

  6. Emma Walton says:

    I use organic coconut oil on my hair as a natural hair mask which is great for the conditioning of your hair.

  7. Kayleigh Watkins says:

    I shampoo and condition my hair every day and use a hair mask once a month, I let it naturally dry, and try not to use hair dye anymore as it ruins my hair xXx

  8. Margaret gallagher says:

    Use good QUALITY tools and avoid overfishing when wet!

  9. Deborah Mackenzie says:

    I try not to blow dry my hair on too hot a setting.

  10. Emma Lamb says:

    I like to use shampoo and conditioner with morocco argan oil

  11. Claire C says:

    Hair oil, my hair is always better when I use hair oil regulaly

  12. Alison Nye says:

    Hair masks are a must for my blonde (sometimes straw looking) hair!

  13. I’ve started using a mask once a week on my highlighted hair

  14. STEPHEN DAVIES says:

    always use heat defence spray

  15. ruth lee says:

    hair mask

  16. natasha davies says:

    try not to use tools too hot if not necessary

  17. Jade Guy says:

    I use Argan oil on the ends of my hair daily, ever since I’ve been doing this my hairdresser has always complimented the condition of my hair!

  18. lisa dolatowski says:

    Wash my hair every 2-3 days, for proper regulation of natural hair oils. Washing my hair less often will also help regain my hair’s natural body and luster!!

  19. Julie dixon says:

    I never use hairdryers on my hair, and always use Protect & oil by Beauty protector on the ends whilst damp

  20. chelsey hollings says:

    Not to wash my hair everyday. leave it 2-3 days.

  21. Amanda Baggott says:

    A hair mask once a week leaves my hair feeling lovely

  22. Helen booth says:

    Just started using Argon oil on mine and my daughters hair! Cheap, and makes your hair smooth and sleek and great for long girls hair – no knots in sight which equals no screaming when I try to brush her hair!

  23. Jemma Regan says:

    Washing my (highlighted) hair in water that was too hot had taken it’s toll and my hair was dry and brittle – a real mess!
    After my boiler decided to break last year I had to wait two weeks for a new one to be fitted so my options were have cold showers for two weeks, or smell disgusting. I chose the cold shower option!
    It wasn’t a pleasant experience but after a couple of weeks of washing my hair in cold water it was in amazing condition.
    Now that I have hot running water again I wouldn’t go back to the cold showers but I still make sure that at the end of the end of the wash that I give my hair a blast of cold water as this seems to lock in some of the moisture and keeps it in great condition. No more dry, brittle hair!

  24. Bryan Murphy says:

    Use the best conditioner you can afford

  25. PRD1963 says:

    Find a good hairdresser!

  26. Amy Bee says:

    Always using heat protector before blow drying

  27. Rose Hughes says:

    Top conditioner and not too much washing

  28. Katie says:

    Use coconut oil as a mask once a week

  29. Kimberley Ryan says:

    I don’t wash my hair everyday as it really dries it out, I also let dry naturally rather than using a hair dryer

  30. Christine Hall says:

    Don’t skimp on a good shampoo and conditioner

  31. Clare Hubbard says:

    Coconut oil really hydrates my hair

  32. Nicola Dow says:

    Don’t wash it everyday this takes out the natural oils.

  33. Chrissy Harris says:

    Try not to overuse heat styling

  34. Angie McDonald says:

    I try to let it dry naturally and try not to use heat appliances on it too much

  35. Louise ryves says:

    Always buy a decent hair brush it makes such a difference

  36. Shalene Hodder says:

    Regular hair trim to stop split ends and condition hair

  37. Kate Fox-Pope says:

    keep fit. then your hair looks much better

  38. Hannah Scudder says:

    Use a decent conditioner.

  39. jo liddement says:

    I smooth some argan oil into my hair when its damp which keeps it silky smooth.

  40. Gillian Hitchen says:

    deep condition twice a week

  41. Mike Gerrie says:

    A very good hairdryer like a GHD, So my wife tells me

  42. maria says:

    once a week i put coconut oil in overnight it makes my hair feel and smell amazing

  43. Sam Crossman says:

    Make sure you use plenty of conditioner!

  44. Juliew says:

    Always use conditioner

  45. Jolanta K. says:

    Always use conditioner.

  46. Emma K says:

    Lots of serum to stop the frizz!

  47. Marie Rule says:

    I always use plenty of hair serum to protect the ends of my hair.

  48. Carol Anne Robson says:

    I use baby shampoo to ensure I use gentle cleaners on her hair. People always compliment my hair for its softness. I also only condition the bottom half as I have greasy hair.

  49. Catherine Barton says:

    Anti tangle hairbrush & a good condition on the ends

  50. Stacy Fenemore says:

    try not blow drying it every day just every other

  51. sheri darby says:

    Always use conditioner

  52. Natalie Crossan says:

    I brush twice a day – I also use coconut oil (leave in overnight) once a week to keep it shiny

  53. Mandy Betts says:

    Coconut oil

  54. theresa cooke says:

    Getting cut regularly and I like using a deep conditioner once a week keeps my hair tip yop

  55. sadie coffin says:

    I have a vitamin tablet especially for skin, hair and nails each day.

  56. Christina Palmer says:

    A good quality conditioner is a must

  57. Cheryl says:

    Don’t wash it too often – a little natural oil is good for your hair

  58. Victoria Prince says:

    My top tip is not to wash it too often!

  59. Erica Price says:

    I put my conditioner on at the start of my bath and leave on while I soak.

  60. Sandra Jo Siddall says:

    Always use a light leave in conditioner to help with dry hair! I use a serum for controlling frizz.

  61. Natasha Cross says:

    coconut oil is amazing for keeping hair super soft and smooth!

  62. Angela Kelly says:

    The best thing for looking after my hair is to wash it every day. I love Liz Earle hair oil if the ends get too dry.

  63. I have really long hair, so the best thing for me is lots of conditioner

  64. Wendy Guy says:

    Condition every time you wash your hair.

  65. Rachael O'Brien says:

    Leave it down as much as you can , hair bobbles ruin your hair

  66. Rai says:

    Less is more. Don’t clog your hair up, just a quick shampoo and conditioner. I used to love VO5 hot oil every 3 or 4 weeks but they’ve stopped making it (and I haven’t found anything as good). Thanks

  67. Hazel Murphy says:

    Use lots of conditioner

  68. Oksana Fitzgerald says:

    Regular hair trim to stop split ends and hair masks

  69. Sam Parkes says:

    Condition it regularly, detangler brush and heat protecting spray

  70. Amy Dacre says:

    Don’t scrimp on shampoo and conditioner. Buy it from a salon

  71. Lyndsey Bruce says:

    I put coconut oil on the ends once a week. I leave it on an hour or 2 then wash it out. It makes my hair lovely and soft 🙂

  72. Hayley Colburn says:

    Heat defence spray and Aussie 3 minute miracle weekly. its made the world of difference to my hair, also getting it trimmed regularly to stop any split end spreading

  73. Michelle Wild says:

    Conditioner.

  74. Adrian Bold says:

    Don’t overuse heat styling.

  75. jacqui rushton says:

    Always use a deep conditioning mask!

  76. Paula T says:

    Wet your hair before you get into a pool so your hair doesn’t soak up all the chlorine x

  77. astrid c says:

    i use olive oil o mine x

  78. Pauline Burroughs says:

    Have your hair trimmed regularly and use a good conditioner

  79. Chris Hobbs says:

    I use a good hair mask twice a week and leave it on for a couple of hours. x

  80. Beki lacy says:

    I absolutely SWEAR by coconut oil – leave it in overnight and wash in the morning – hey presto!

  81. georgina sudron says:

    Coconut oil warmed in the microwave for a minute wait to cool down and apply to hair it’s good if you have very dry hair

  82. nicky pearce says:

    dont over wash it

  83. Tracy Gladman says:

    Regular trims to keep it healthy.

  84. KAREN HALL says:

    have a personal hairdresser on call 24-7 (in my dreams lol)

  85. Kirsty ledger says:

    Moroccan oil is brilliant for my thick frizzy hair

  86. Tamsin Dean says:

    Leave the conditioner in for as long as possible

  87. Lisa Pond says:

    Always use protection spray

  88. Cerys John says:

    Deep condition once a week! Keeps it shiny and not dry!

  89. Tom York says:

    to listen to my wife on what hair products to use

  90. Kirsty Woods says:

    Use a good conditioner

  91. CAROL PATRICK says:

    Condition well & try not to use too much heat when drying & styling

  92. Stewart Biddle says:

    Use a quality shampoo and conditoner

  93. Denfor Hopkins says:

    Use a baby shampoo

  94. DJ KIRBY says:

    Make sure you use the right hairbrush for your hair

  95. SHIRLEY EVANS says:

    Give your hair a day off from the dryer sometimes,even with the best products it is still quite destructive.

  96. Amelia Mccreith says:

    I don’t dye my hair and I always use conditioner. I try to get my hair cut regularly too.

  97. Jenny Sue says:

    TopTip – condition ends of hair only

  98. Michelle Pilling says:

    Don’t overuse the hairdryer

  99. Vicki Joanne says:

    I use a coconut oil spray and and decent brush and to not to straighten it too much. My hair is dyed pillarbox red so I use a special red conditioner. It’s in great condition!

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