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Hi Girls, I need some help regarding the Hair Dryer for some one. So please suggest me which one i should buy and from where i can get the cheapest one... ya some pros and cons a… Read More
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8y, 9m agoPosted 8 years, 9 months ago
Hi Girls,
I need some help regarding the Hair Dryer for some one.

So please suggest me which one i should buy and from where i can get the cheapest one...


ya some pros and cons as well....

I hope I will get good response from u all....

sorry for guys but if they have any good idea they are also welcome....

Waiting for your response
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8y, 9m agoPosted 8 years, 9 months ago
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banned#1
What about one of those ones that are supposed to put nice air particles back into the hair
banned#2
http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Product/partNumber/4431118/Trail/searchtext%3EHAIR+DRYER.htm

87% shinier, 73% softer and silkier, 83% more moisturised and 90% reduced frizz.

:lol: how the hell do you measure softness and silkyness to that precision :roll: what a load of bull
#3
Foosball Chum
What about one of those ones that are supposed to put nice air particles back into the hair

well I don't know which will be good i want to give this some one as a gift...
#4
i saw really nice one half price for £17.50 in boots yesterday
#5
Foosball Chum
What about one of those ones that are supposed to put nice air particles back into the hair

Id love to see the testings they done to prove the truth in those hair dryers.
It seems far fetched..


I stick with my nicki clark hair dryer. Every hair dryer, and what it does causes some degree of damage to your hair. The trick is not to blow dry your hair every wash..... I often let mine dry naturally.
banned#7
Foosball Chum
http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Product/partNumber/4431118/Trail/searchtext%3EHAIR+DRYER.htm

87% shinier, 73% softer and silkier, 83% more moisturised and 90% reduced frizz.

:lol: how the hell do you measure softness and silkyness to that precision :roll: what a load of bull


pcnutta
Id love to see the testings they done to prove the truth in those hair dryers.
It seems far fetched..


Guess we think along the same lines hun ;-)
banned#8
pcnutta
I stick with my nicki clark hair dryer. Every hair dryer, and what it does causes some degree of damage to your hair. The trick is not to blow dry your hair every wash..... I often let mine dry naturally.


Just has its own side effects, eh :-D

http://www.hairrepairteam.com/images/rebeccabefore.jpg
#9
DIVA1977
i saw really nice one half price for £17.50 in boots yesterday

any clue which brand..
#10
Foosball Chum
Just has its own side effects, eh :-D

http://www.hairrepairteam.com/images/rebeccabefore.jpg

plz don't suggest me some thing like this i will die...:?:?
#11
i bought one from Tony and Guy... actually went to the salon and said id like to urchase one they use.... that was 8 years ago.... and its still going strong..was about 40-50 quid but damn its powerful! in a class of its own.
#12
magicbeans
i bought one from Tony and Guy... actually went to the salon and said id like to urchase one they use.... that was 8 years ago.... and its still going strong..was about 40-50 quid but damn its powerful! in a class of its own.

ok budget is around 30 quid....
#13
Junk
any clue which brand..


Im 95% certain it was this one however showing as full price here but was definitely half price as i was tempted even though i dont need one because of all teh extras


http://www.boots.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/ProductDisplay?storeId=10052&productId=46480&callingViewName=&langId=-1&catalogId=11051

http://boots.scene7.com/is/image/Boots/10068921?wid=200&hei=250&op_sharpen=1
#14
DIVA1977
Im 95% certain it was this one however showing as full price here but was definitely half price as i was tempted even though i dont need one because of all teh extras


http://www.boots.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/ProductDisplay?storeId=10052&productId=46480&callingViewName=&langId=-1&catalogId=11051

http://boots.scene7.com/is/image/Boots/10068921?wid=200&hei=250&op_sharpen=1

which boot store?
#15
Junk
which boot store?


a south wales one
#16
DIVA1977
a south wales one

thanks let me try in boots near my house
#17
i would also try argos, asda and tesco they often reduce to clear old stock now to make way for newer lines for xmas. Ive often picked up bargains when i havent been looking for them
#18
DIVA1977
i would also try argos, asda and tesco they often reduce to clear old stock now to make way for newer lines for xmas. Ive often picked up bargains when i havent been looking for them

lol;-):whistling::whistling:
#19
I look for a hairdryer with a long cord - they usually say salon length - i also prefer variable heat and speed switches so i can get the temperature just right - got mine from argos - they have plenty for £30.
#20
tracy-h
I look for a hairdryer with a long cord - they usually say salon length - i also prefer variable heat and speed switches so i can get the temperature just right - got mine from argos - they have plenty for £30.

any good brand
#22
I think Nicky Clarke or Babyliss are good
#23
My haridresser got one of those straightening dryers and said it ruined her hair.
#24
Are you buying it for long hair - is it curly or straight? Because i have long hair and find that when i want it curly i use the diffuser and when i want it straight i use the concentrator.
#25
tracy-h
Are you buying it for long hair - is it curly or straight? Because i have long hair and find that when i want it curly i use the diffuser and when i want it straight i use the concentrator.

ya i am gone to buy this for long straight hair...
#26
BaByliss Pro Speed Professional Expertise AC Dryer. 443/0982 - £24.99 looks good
or

Toni&Guy 2000 Watt Hair Dryer. 442/0459 - £34.99 - look good but with no diffuser - depends on what the person needs.

Both Argos
banned#27
Welcome tracey.....good advice hun :thumbsup:
#28
im a bloke with a shaven head so dont know much but the wife looks for an "ac motor" it lasts longer and salon length cord (thats also how she likes her husband)
#29
Thanks football Chum - i have had a few poo hairdryers in the past that have driven me nuts - looked long and hard for the one i have now.
#30
tracy-h
BaByliss Pro Speed Professional Expertise AC Dryer. 443/0982 - £24.99 looks good
or

Toni&Guy 2000 Watt Hair Dryer. 442/0459 - £34.99 - look good but with no diffuser - depends on what the person needs.

Both Argos

she gone to use this as a normal dryer and some time may use to curl her hair....
#31
I would go for something along the lines of the BaByliss one from Argos - comes with Diffuser and Concentrator, Salon Length Cord and variable heat/speed settings. Hope you find the right one.
#32
tracy-h
I would go for something along the lines of the BaByliss one from Argos - comes with Diffuser and Concentrator, Salon Length Cord and variable heat/speed settings. Hope you find the right one.

can u please tell me what is Diffuser and Concentrator,
#33
A Diffuser is the large circular attachment with pronges and the concentrator is the thin one - not sure if i have done this right but there should be a pic below????
http://images.google.com/imgres?imgurl=http://www.tongtle.com/uploadfile/20070925141549577.jpg&imgrefurl=http://www.tongtle.com/HAIR_DRYER_DT1053_32.html&h=306&w=300&sz=47&hl=en&start=18&usg=__hbC1Odf3O-N-cV2wB7r5Ag4TjoE=&tbnid=tDEny3QfpNxCOM:&tbnh=117&tbnw=115&prev=/images%3Fq%3Dhairdryer%2Bconcentrator%26gbv%3D2%26hl%3Den%26sa%3DG
#34
Nope - sorry dont know how to insert a pic
#35
tracy-h
Nope - sorry dont know how to insert a pic

send me link
#37
thanks

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