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I haven't bought a hairdryer for 10 years!!! Help me choose a new one.....

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McDreamy Fri 10-Jul-09 17:22:30

.....please smile

chevre Fri 10-Jul-09 17:24:44

get one that blows hot air

McDreamy Fri 10-Jul-09 17:26:52

very funny! Any advance on that? wink

chevre Fri 10-Jul-09 17:27:40

is there anything else to it? i will have a look on which for you

seekinginspiration Fri 10-Jul-09 17:27:55

I used a very good one last time I went on holiday. Unfortunately I didnt write the number down. It was a Phillips. If anyone replies I'll be watching ... cos mine just packed up last week and I'm borrowing DD1's hairdryer.

chevre Fri 10-Jul-09 17:30:21

here are 3 Which best buys

Toni & Guy 2000W Wave Sock Pro Tourmaline TG180D

Pros: Lightweight, versatile, great results

Cons: Bulky

Nicky Clarke Nano Detox Silver NHD011

Pros: Versatile, very slow to dry on low settings, very quick to dry on high settings

Cons: Heavy, bulky, noisy, a bit too powerful

Philips Tresemme Salon Control Ion Shine HP4982/07

Pros: Long cable, excellent results, optional ionic function, very quiet

Cons: Slow

McDreamy Fri 10-Jul-09 20:21:25

Thank you very much chevre - greatly appreciated smile

brimfull Fri 10-Jul-09 20:31:41

this is mine and faberooni

MrsSeanBean Sat 11-Jul-09 08:39:19

ggirl, do you find that this 'ionic drying' business actually is any help in combating frizz?

cuppateaplease Sat 11-Jul-09 09:58:09

I bought one of those ionic drying ones and first time i used it my hair was amazingly flat - no frizz at all.
Only did it that once though hmm .........back to the frizz on the second use
must admit I'm tempted to buy another one just to see if the effect will last longer than one drying session grin

MrsSeanBean Sat 11-Jul-09 10:00:34

Yes, I often find that with shampoos/ other products cuppateaplease - the effect only happens once. It's very odd!

brimfull Sat 11-Jul-09 10:30:15

err haven't taken much notice really

i like it because it dries my hair fast

i have a lot of hair

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