Good Hair Day

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Good Hair Day (also called ghd) is an English hair styling[1] company. It is the UK's leading maker of hair irons and hair products.[2]

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Good Hair Day is owned by Jemella Group. The company was started in 2001 by Martin Penny, Gary Douglas and Robert Powls.[3] In 2007, after being sold to Lloyds Development Capital, Jemella was re-sold 11 months later to Montagu Private Equity group for ₤160 million.[4]

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The brand has received endorsements from celebrities, such as Madonna, Gwyneth Paltrow, and Victoria Beckham.[3] Because of this, Martin Penny won the North Region Consumer Products Entrepreneur of the Year in 2005 for the product,[5] and Consumer Products Entrepreneur Of The Year.[6] The product has been involved with many fashion shows, such as New York Fashion Week, Alice McCall, and Willow Lingerie,[7] and also sponsored the 2004 season of reality TV program The Salon.[8]

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