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Are diffusers not very In?

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IWannaHoldYourHand Sat 13-Feb-16 14:29:55

I had a disastrous haircut yesterday, and now I can't get my hair up at all I need to be able to dry it. I've had a mooch around boots, JL and superdrug, and very few of the hairdryers come with a diffuser.

Are they just not very in? What do people with slightly mad hair do?

alwaysalaughtobehad Sat 13-Feb-16 14:31:10

Am going to buy tongs/ a wand. See my thread today! I did use a diffuser in the 90's but I think you're right they're just not in fashion. Good luck!

IWannaHoldYourHand Sat 13-Feb-16 14:48:15

I'm hoping I can still get heated rollers in, otherwise I'll be joining you with a new wand.

burnishedsilver Sat 13-Feb-16 15:49:21

It sounds like a Babyliss Big Hair might be the right tool for the job.

ZaraW Sat 13-Feb-16 17:58:01

I got a difuser from Look Fantastic ebay have them as well.

Tate15 Sat 13-Feb-16 17:58:38

Dry your hair upside down!

NewLife4Me Sat 13-Feb-16 18:01:32

I don't have any trouble getting diffusers but only when I buy a new dryer.
Mine is really curly and I need it if using the drier and not drying naturally.

The best way is upside down with a diffuser.

IWannaHoldYourHand Sat 13-Feb-16 20:21:09

A big hair is out because I want to keep the curl.

I think I've found a decent looking one in Argos, I'm going to get it tomorrow.

HappinessLivesHere Sat 13-Feb-16 20:22:12

I love my diffuser so I hope not!!

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