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What's the best hair dryer you know of?

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RugbyWidow7 Tue 20-Nov-12 08:58:55

Just that really, I'm in the market for a new one and don't want to get it wrong. I tried a friend's Tony & Guy Excel dryer and it was fab but is £60 so before I splurge, I thought I'd ask for recommendations to see if there are dryers that are equally as powerful, for a smaller outlay smile thank you!

TittyBojangles Tue 20-Nov-12 09:04:29

I was searching for this the other day and it seems parlux is the one most recommended on mn. Not tried it myself yet.

valiumredhead Tue 20-Nov-12 09:04:51

Parlux is far superior to T and G - I used them for years and then discovered Parlux. Pricey but so worth it. More powerful, lighter, better nozzles and dries hair in half the time.

RugbyWidow7 Tue 20-Nov-12 10:04:13

Awesome thanks for your advice, I've ordered the parlux ionic ceramic model. Can't wait to try it!

valiumredhead Tue 20-Nov-12 10:05:09

Oh wow, fancy wink I have the bog standard 3200 one. I don't think you'll be disappointed.

valiumredhead Tue 20-Nov-12 10:06:04

They are powerful so keep the hairdryer moving all the time and a good distance from your hair, if you want to set a style then use the cool shot. otherwise you'll fry your hair!

knitknack Tue 20-Nov-12 12:24:39

Oooh, please come back and tell us what it's like?

squoosh Tue 20-Nov-12 12:51:21

Parlux is the Rolls Royce of the hairdryer world apparently, can't quite justify the price of one at this point in time though.

RugbyWidow7 Tue 20-Nov-12 13:12:33

Ooh I'm excited. Thanks for the tips valium much appreciated. So heat as usual then cool shot to set it rather over frying. Cheers

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