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Best powerful hairdryer

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MrsMarigold Mon 08-Dec-14 10:16:58

I want a new one, can you post your recommendations. I have fine straight hair and want to dry it quickly - previously had an ionic 2000W one which was good. I'm not very good at styling my hair. Budget up to £35.

ivykaty44 Mon 08-Dec-14 10:20:37

Boots have a good range. At various prices, I went for a 2000w at about forty quid

treaclesoda Mon 08-Dec-14 13:21:23

I have an ETI hairdryer which is fantastic, has taken me from spending half an hour blow drying my hair to having a much better result inside about ten minutes. I wouldn't have believed the difference it has made, because my old hairdryer was fairly powerful, but I think it's not just the power it's the design of it. I think the cheapest ones they do start at around £35. I bought it because I couldn't afford a Parlux, and I'm really happy with it.

LetItBeMe Mon 08-Dec-14 15:57:56

I have the parlux 385. I got it in September and it is amazing. do a serch on here and you'll find lots of conversations.
expensive but no regrets.

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