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Beauty Marked: A New Hairdryer

Ever since my Solano Top Power 3200 Hairdryer broke, I've been looking for a new one with the following criteria:

  • My hair gets frizzy so I need a hair dryer with a narrow nozzle attachment.
  • I like it to have a high wattage so it doesn't take me forever to dry my long hair.
  • I love the cool shot feature. It's an essential if you want to set your hair in different styles.
  • It has to be lightweight since I travel frequently.

Thanks to all of you who responded to my Beauty Mark It! post and helped me find something fabulous that is tailored to my needs! To see all of the new hairdryers you have chosen for me, click here.

Beauty Mark #1 found by Nannychica, is the Conair Ceramic Ionic Styler, $25.99. It is a ceramic dryer that has a self-regulating heater in it that creates even heat distribution, less frizz and more shine!

For more new hairdryers,

Beauty Mark #2, was found by emisaurusrex. She chose the T3 Beespoke Featherweight Dryer $200. This is a pricey dryer, but what makes it stand out from the rest is that it dries your hair up to 60% faster than most, it's ionic to protect your hair and it weighs only 13 ounces.

Beauty Mark #3 found by amanda3011 is the Vidal Sassoon Tourmalilne 1875 Watt Complete Professional Styler Model VS514, $30.99. This dryer has ionic and ceramic technology in it to ensure the least amount of heat styling damage to your hair. It also has a cool volumizing finger diffuser that softens airflow and adds volume without blowing out the style you've created. Lastly, it has a cold shot for setting your hair and it allows you to cut down your drying time by 1/3rd!

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CroBebe CroBebe 9 years
I have the Conair one, its absolutely great!
lesocialite lesocialite 10 years
i use the t3 tourmaline hair dryer. it's amazing i love it.
Marci Marci 10 years
Everytime I buy a new dryer I hate it. Then I get used to how it works and mourn the loss of it when it dies. I don't think I'd ever spend $200 on one.
3Sweeties 3Sweeties 10 years
bu the way, I use it with an ionic brush. I really do notice a difference in the smoothness of my hair when I use the ionic brush and dryer, versus just a regular brush.
3Sweeties 3Sweeties 10 years
I have that Conair one. Mine is the Ion Shine, with 1875 watts. It does not seem to produce the same amount of air that my old dryer did, which I didn't like at first. But after using it a few times, I realized that that was better because it still dries my hair just as fast, but it does not get so frizzy. I have naturally wavy hair, so it can really look frizzy. And I love the directional nozzel, which is removable. I think the dryer is great, and is at a better price point. If you don't like it, you are only out 25 bucks!
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