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From designer dupes to at-home hacks, there are plenty of ways you can save money on your beauty and grooming routine.
But it has typically been assumed that a hair straightener is one of those things that you just have to splash a bit of cash on in order to get a quality product that delivers great results.
But now it turns out that may not actually be the case, as this group of smart bargain hunters has revealed.
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One member of Facebook group Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK posted on the site that, after following a recommendation from another member back in September, she’d found a tool that she thought was just as good as one of the leading brands – and this one costs just £18.
“To whoever posted about the Remington hair straighteners being as good as ghds, [these cost] £18. I used mine for the first time and they are brilliant – thank you so much,” the Facebook user wrote.
The straightener she was talking about is the Remington S3500 Ceramic Plates Hair Straightener, available from Argos for £17.99. It’s also available to buy from Boots, Superdrug and Tesco.
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The device has anti-static ceramic coated extra-long floating plates, and ten heat settings ranging from 150°C to 230°C, reaching its top heat in 15 seconds. Other nifty features include automatic shut-off after 60 minutes and a swivel cord to avoid tangled arms.
The author of this post claimed that this device was comparable to a ghd straightener, which can cost up to £189 – so by buying the Remington one, you could save up to £171.
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And she wasn’t the only group member to rave about this product.
“They are amazing – only ones I use,” said another person.
“Wouldn't be without them, they are great,” wrote another.
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This isn’t the first time that this Facebook community has directed the public towards some brilliant beauty savings.
Members have also been quick to draw attention to low-cost fragrances that are apparently excellent dupes for designer perfumes, as well as highlighting these £1 stick-on nails that look just like a professional acrylics manicure.
And if you’re looking for more bargain hair styling tools, we compared the new £12 Primark curling wand to a £130 version – click here to see our thoughts.
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