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Best hairdryer for fine hair that is washed everyday?

(15 Posts)
milkyman Thu 05-Jun-14 13:30:44

Any recommendations?

Snog Thu 05-Jun-14 14:53:42

Pricey but worth it

Leviticus Thu 05-Jun-14 16:34:52

Yeah I have a Parlux too.

Leviticus Thu 05-Jun-14 16:35:34

But I hear excellent reports about the GHD dryer too.

Icelollycraving Thu 05-Jun-14 18:38:25

T3. Marvellous. Eyewateringly expensive but great.

justaweeone Thu 05-Jun-14 20:35:38

I've got this from sally express,the same make as my hair dryer. It's fab and I really notice the difference if I use my old one which I use when I go away.

gd1976 Fri 06-Jun-14 23:46:01

Just invested in parlux after a 20 year old pathetic dryer, just cross I've waited so long, its amazing the difference it makes, so many people have commented and asked me if I'd had my hair cut etc, and all I've done is dried it!

mswibble Fri 06-Jun-14 23:52:01

ETI turbo 2000 hairdryer - tis the bees knees. Mine is 9 years old this year, been dropped multiple times and is perfect. Plus you can get an amazing choice of colours, mine is baby pink.
£39.75 on Amazon at the mo.

mswibble Fri 06-Jun-14 23:53:51

I have fine hair but lots of it, and it has a natural curl/wave.

DameDiazepamTheDramaQueen Sat 07-Jun-14 09:01:45

Parlux parlux parlux!

milkyman Tue 10-Jun-14 20:04:43

Is the parlux good for fine, highlighted hair? Where is it cheapest to buy?

DameDiazepamTheDramaQueen Tue 10-Jun-14 20:27:06

Yes, good for hair full stopgrin beauty bay I think,55 quid iirc.

guineapig1 Tue 10-Jun-14 20:30:07

My hairdresser uses a pralux and I was on the verge of treating myself until by dsis bought me a ghd air dryer for Christmas. It is great!! Obviously can't compare it with pralux as I don't have one and my only experience is in the salon but if you did get the ghd you won't be disappointed. I have shoulder length fine hair which needs washing and blasting every day to look vaguely human!

NotQuitePerfect Wed 11-Jun-14 07:44:35

Love my Parlux. Would never go back to cheap/useless driers that leave my hair fluffy and 'pouffy'.

My hair is fine, shoulder length & needs washing/drying/straightening every day if I don't want to frighten people.

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