Iconic UK brand ghd, short for Good Hair Day, is pretty much synonymous with fabulous hairstyling and maintenance for shiny, healthy locks. Just before the warm season sets in (and the truly humid weather descends on us), ghd has launched its latest limited edition stylers to help everyone get summer-ready hair, together with a pop-up store at Pacific Place, which runs through 8 June.

There’s a whole new range of goodies within the new Wanderlust limited edition pack, all inspired by sunrises and sunsets from around the globe and the exotic adventures summer entails. The ghd V styler, a classic tool in many home stylists’ arsenal, is now available in a gorgeous chili red colour, as well as a golden tangerine hue (both HK$1,980). To match, the floating ceramic plates have also been refashioned in a coloured glittery finish. If you’re a fan of the ghd Platinum styler, a new limited edition (HK$2,580) also comes in a tropical graphic motif. All three products come with matching heat-resistant protective bags. Equipped with universal voltage, they’re great for ladies who travel frequently. Speaking of frequent flyers, the Wanderlust Collection also includes the award-winning travel-sized Flight hair dryer (HK$675), as well as the full-sized Air hair dryer (HK$1,390), both in limited edition colours.

Each week, a different hairstyle will be highlighted at the pop-up store, where you can visit, snap photos, and complete challenges for various shopping privileges. At the same time, they’re teaming up with Make Up For Ever to offer complimentary makeovers during the weekend:  

Wanderlust Makeovers (available between 3–7pm):

New Bohemian: 15–16 April
Modern Romance: 29–30 April
Red Carpet Luxe: 13–14 May
Adornment: 27–28 May

Shop the stylers at the pop-up store, located across from Harvey Nichols at 1/F, Pacific Place, 88 Queensway, Admiralty, Hong Kong. They’re also available at Lane Crawford, Harvey Nichols, Zalora and other retailers.

Evelyn Lok
Managing Editor
When not trying out the latest beauty and wellness trends, Evelyn is likely enjoying a perfectly balanced negroni or exploring some of Hong Kong's best new places to eat and drink. At Lifestyle Asia she covers everything from the biggest events in town to interviews with Hong Kong specialists, with topics spanning art, food and drink, health, tech, and travel.