Meet the GHD Oracle, a new professional curling tool from the experts behind the best-selling GHD straighteners range.
The GHD Oracle has reportedly been seven years, and £5.2 million in the making, and has been designed to create curls, kinks and waves by tilting the hand rather than wrapping or rolling sections of hair through the plates. This is possible, according to GHD, thanks to the Oracle’s unique shape and so-called ‘Curl Zone’ technology.
In particular, the GHD Oracle features hot and cold contoured plates with an internal fan. These plates use high-speed ceramic heaters with this rapid cooling system to style and set your curls in one stroke while removing frizz.
GHD Oracle: How does it work?
The GHD Oracle has a U-shape fitted with four ceramic heater plates. These plates heat hair to what GHD claims is the optimum styling temperature of 185˚C.
As the hair is passed through the U-shaped barrel, it’s possible to create large curls, kinks or waves simply by changing how much hair is styled, as well as the speed and angle the GHD Oracle is used at.