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Which Hair Dryer For Which Hair Type!!!
I guess I’m not the only one who raves for an eye-catching hairstyle or natural healthy looking hair on top of me. Everything is possible and your quest starts with the choice of the right hair dryer.
My hair is fine and/or damaged
The right choice: A hair dryer featuring the ceramic technology more a more homogeneous distribution of heat onto the entire of your hair. The model you choose should have a wattage varying from 1600 to 2200 watts and an ON/OFF Ion generator. Check these hair dryers for fine hair for more detailed reviews.
My beloved: Onei MK-II Air Ioniqu Hair Dryer with Ionic Generator. I chose this hair dryer because it’s one the fewest hair dryers that has an Ion generator that can turn ON and OFF, and it’s 1800 watts, so it perfectly fits our criteria. It’s quite expensive, but to those having fine damaged hair it’s really worth it.
My hair is thick and curly
The right option: A model featuring 2000 watts or more. It should also come with a diffuser attachment (a must for curly hair) that helps spread the heat onto the hair to create the maximum of volume starting from the roots without breaking those cherished curls.
I recommend the DevaCurl Dryer and Diffuser as it’s, I guess, the only one that deserves to be called a hair dryer for curly hair. It’s great for all types of curly hair and it’s definitely lightweight.
You have twenty minutes flat to style your hair
The right option: A powerful hair dryer (between 2000 to 2400 watts), but this is not the only thing! The power of the hair dryer has to go with a strong airflow and adjustable heat settings for the tool to be efficient. Yet, these two features are hardly found on low-end hair dryers. You could well find yourself getting warm heat from a 2300 watt model, whereas other 2000 watt blow dryers blow like a tropical storm. To avoid this literal catastrophe, you have to make sure the dryer features at least 3 speeds and a flat attachment nozzle that concentrates the heat and cuts the drying time.
My favorite: Elchim 3900 Hair Dryer, Black/Silver. It has 2400 watts and has a very strong airflow. It costs about $180 in most online stores.
I hate having inflated or frizzy hair
The right option: A hair dryer featuring an ion generator that compensates for the lost negative ions during the drying process or because of the brushing. It would also be best it contained the tourmaline technology. This semi-precious stone located at the front coating of the hair dryer also emits ions under the effect of heat. It really helps cut the drying time tremendously, reduce frizz remarkably and make the hair straighter and healthier (your hair becomes shinier as it reflects the light better)
My favorite: Revlon RV544PKF 1875W Tourmaline Ionic Ceramic Dryer. It’s an Ionic hair dryer that is enriched with the tourmaline technology, and guess what? It’s only $19.99 in Amazon.com.
I want a hairstyle that lasts for a long time
The right option: A hair dryer with a cool blast shot button because if hot air dries the hair, the cool air locks the style. And if you find it hard to dry and style the back of your head, start by drying your hair with a hair dryer and then take a hot air brush to dry the back of your head. This is easier than the hair dryer/round brush combo.
I love the Parlux 3800 Eco Friendly Ionic & Ceramic Edition. With its instant cool blast button, it’s the hair dryer many professional hairstylists can’t live without. It guarantees successful results on every type of hair. It’s a bit on the expensive side. Concerning the hot air brush, the Infiniti Pro by Conair Hot Air Spin Styler, 2-Inch is the best seller brush in Amazon with 1,215 5 star reviews.
I really can’t stand the noise
The right choice: A hair dryer whose noise is less than 75 DB. The noise level is rarely written on packages of hair dryers and the solution is you go to the nearest store, try the model and see if you can support the noise. If the hair dryer you want is not available in your local store, you can order it online, test it at home and sent it back if it has high pitched noise.
I highly recommend the Centrix Q Zone Quiet 1500 Watt Tourmaline Ceramic Ionic.
That’s all for this week. As I told you I’m going to update this homepage monthly and if I have some time I’ll do that weekly. See you later.