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My hairdryer just died :(

(15 Posts)
Bejazzled Mon 29-May-17 20:45:18

It was old but a good one bought from a salon supplier. A strong blow without roasting the hair.

What do you have and would you recommend it?

hopingforhappiness Mon 29-May-17 20:47:32

Parlux 3200(?).
10+ years old and still going strong.
Used every other day.
Will replace with same.

chocolatespiders Mon 29-May-17 20:48:09

I love my ETI hairdryer. Bought from Sallys

ReadingJenny Mon 29-May-17 20:48:15

I have a Parlux, they are a bit expensive but fabulous.

LyndaLaHughes Mon 29-May-17 20:56:31

Dyson is just phenomenal. Worth every penny.

Bejazzled Mon 29-May-17 20:59:13

Thanks, I will go and have a look now

FizzLlama Mon 29-May-17 21:04:53

Was just about to say DON'T but the Dyson!

MitzyLeFrouf Mon 29-May-17 21:07:16


Bejazzled Mon 29-May-17 21:23:19

The Dyson is £300!! I will continue looking 😀

QueenLaBeefah Mon 29-May-17 21:29:00

Parlux is very good.

WindyWednesday Mon 29-May-17 21:33:43

Has it blown a fuse? alsways worth trying a new fuse.

CateGory8 Mon 29-May-17 21:37:14

Another vote for Parlux. I have course wavy hair and the Parlux leaves it smooth and soft.

Bejazzled Mon 29-May-17 21:50:45

There are so many to choose from!

Not the fuse Windy, the switch actually crumbled on the inside

WindyWednesday Mon 29-May-17 22:09:28

haha! oops.

Dodie66 Mon 29-May-17 22:16:10

I just bought a Hello Kitty one 🙂
It's brilliant

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