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I need a new hairdryer ! Can you recommend one

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scatteredglitter Sat 07-Sep-19 15:39:38

I need a new hair dryer. Would love a dyson but it s just out of budget. But I think I could stretch to the GHD one,
Is there any other one MN users would reccomend ?

Waffles80 Sat 07-Sep-19 16:14:26

I absolutely love my Parlux. It dries my long thick hair really quickly and makes it lovely and smooth. I never go away without it because ordinary dryers just seem so painfully slow in comparison.

I’ve had it about six years and it’s still fabulous.

www.parlux.co.uk/hairdryers/parlux-3200-compact.html?gclid=Cj0KCQjwqs3rBRCdARIsADe1pfRs6XCIPBEzIDSEMt0H8IY3YD7kugPD6h_p2Ski-l-6I2tLOT9GJGYaAlBiEALw_wcB

MoltoAgitato Sat 07-Sep-19 17:00:41

Parlux. Ours is nearly a decade and still going strong. It’s also fixable - a switch went but you can get parts and we repaired it ourselves.

MadameButterface Sat 07-Sep-19 17:03:25

I have a parlux for home but a diva for work (am a hairdresser). The diva was cheaper (obvs i need to replace my work one more than my home one) and i prefer it - it’s quieter, more powerful, and a prettier colour grin.

MadameButterface Sat 07-Sep-19 17:04:15

Oh! Longer cord on the diva too

Amy326 Sat 07-Sep-19 17:04:36

I’ve got the GHD one, I like it but I paid £66 on amazon prime day, think I’d maybe be a little disappointed if I’d paid full price (£99). It is good though and dries my hair fast.

SpeckledyHen Sat 07-Sep-19 17:53:32

Parlux

Battenburg1978 Sat 07-Sep-19 18:07:49

I have 2 ETI hairdryers - my older one is still
Going strong after 12 years! I bought a second to use at work and that’s been great too. Around the £45-50 mark so decently priced though I’ve never tried GHD/Dyson to compare.

FartnissEverbeans Sat 07-Sep-19 18:56:15

Ditto Parlux! I bought mine on the advice of this forum back in 2010. It has served me well ever since. I have long, thick hair and it works a treat.

CandleWithHair Sat 07-Sep-19 21:51:09

I have a parlux too and zero complaints here! It’s quite heavy but it dries my hair quickly so it’s not really a problem!

SpornStar Sat 07-Sep-19 21:52:46

My Parlux is at least 18 years old and still going strong.

scatteredglitter Mon 09-Sep-19 07:08:43

Thank you ! That was pretty resounding.
Parlux it is then.

piefacedClique Mon 09-Sep-19 07:14:19

Parlux! Snap! Hairdresser quality.... tames my fuzzy tresses!

Snog Wed 11-Sep-19 00:11:19

Parlux dries my hair in half the time

Redandblue11 Wed 11-Sep-19 17:13:46

Marking my place as I need a new one as Ghd died on me and I won’t waste my money there again.

1Wanda1 Wed 11-Sep-19 17:21:28

I got one from Sally's, which is like a Parlux but not a Parlux. It's very powerful and fast and really good. Cost about £60.

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