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The End-All Be-All Hairdryer

Would you spend $200 for a hairdryer? Well if it takes you an hour to dry your hair and you could cut this time in half, you might consider it right? After all, time is money! This Tourmaline Professional Ionic Hair Dryer is so popular with people in the know that most stores can't keep it in stock.

Not only does this cut drying time in half, it also actually makes your hair healthier vs. traditional dryers that are not so good for your tresses. Sounds to good to be true, right?

According to the Sephora website:

Infused with 100 percent tourmaline jewels (the world's most potent ionic mineral), T3 Tourmaline II Ionic Hair Dryer delivers maximum negative ions and infrared heat. This means lightning fast drying and healthier, shinier, deeply moisturized hair. An entirely new approach to blow drying, the T3 guarantees frizz-free results every time.

    Other benefits include:

  • Breaks down water for deep moisture penetration
  • Smoothes hair surface for silky-smooth shine
  • Eliminates static
  • Delivers heat gently to the hair shaft, drying the hair from the inside out
  • Closes the cuticle layer to protect the hair

One thing to note is that it only works in North America and is not recommended to be used abroad, so sorry to all of our international friends!

Available for $200 here

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kixstr8up kixstr8up 9 years
wsnt there a flat iron shown with this?? where did it go? it was copper? i want it!! help!
Khameleon Khameleon 9 years
The T3 works great for me. I've got thick, wavy hair that usually takes forever to dry...but this makes a huge difference. Harmon's Beauty Discount sells it for $125 or $150. Can't remember, but definitely worth it.
ToomuchAwesomeness ToomuchAwesomeness 9 years
I have this hairdryer and totally love it. It really has made a difference. I've even had several friends who have come to stay with me fall in love with it - especially a friend with really curly hair. She used it with the defuser and fell in love. I highly recommend!
kixstr8up kixstr8up 9 years
200 is a small price to pay if it makes you hair look fab, and takes less time, suck it up ppl. Stay home one weekend this month, and you'll prob have enough for the dryer.
lesocialite lesocialite 9 years
i might get one.
My-Opinion My-Opinion 9 years
hell naw*
Kaciegrrl Kaciegrrl 9 years
I was just researching that dryer the other day but I'm balking at $200. I wonder if ebay has any gently used ones...
lickety-split lickety-split 9 years
it takes me about 10 minutes to dry my hair with a blow dryer. which seems like FOREVER. i would totally spen the money on this if it saved time. and to the person who asked about what your hair is like after using the nicer flat iron, NO DIFFERENCE!
Baby_Lisa Baby_Lisa 9 years
Glad that Pollypo liked it...but I really was not all that impressed with it. Especially not $200 impressed. I took it back after a month. I'm the type of person who will spend that kind of money if it works...but it didn't do it for me. My $20 dryer works just fine. Maybe I was expecting it to do my dishes for me too, but it just didn't meet my expectations of it. I have to take off, but I'll post a picture of my hair when I get back home. My friend has their straightener and LOVES it.
pollypo pollypo 9 years
My hair has been in better shape since I got the T3. It makes sense that it would - less drying time means less damage. I have dry, fine, slightly wavy hair that frizzes very easily. I originally had the travel size dryer - maybe check on Ebay for one of those so it's not as much of an investment without knowing how it works on your hair... The travel size worked great and I only switched to the full-size b/c I wasn't careful about folding it gently and the handle broke. But it was so great that I still used it until I got a new one about a month later!
jennifer76 jennifer76 9 years
I've heard nothing but raves for the T3's - the dryers and the straighteners.
JennaV JennaV 9 years
This appeals to me because my hair holds ALOT of water.
DearMissPriss DearMissPriss 9 years
Do any of you see a noticable difference in the softness/health of your hair from using ionic dryers vs. regular ones? I don't.
JennaV JennaV 9 years
Why kind of hair do you have? I have very coarse,dry, and naturally curly hair that I am about to get thermal reconstruction on......please let me know. I would like to have a good quality dryer. Thanks!
pollypo pollypo 9 years
p.s. - I also have the T3 brush, which is also great.
pollypo pollypo 9 years
This is my first post because I HAD to share that this hairdryer is absolutely awesome! It is a lot of $$$, but it works! The first time I used it, it was a true revelation. My hair was dried in less than 1/2 the time and - even better - it looked smooth and healthier. It's really incredible. I got mine on Ebay for about $50 less than in stores. See, I don't work for the company! Go get one!
sjpwannabe sjpwannabe 9 years
please tell me if you really use this in your real life??!! i have been oh so curious about this one!

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