We all know that the world is a deep, dark place for us curly headed people. If we blow dry our hair we get instant frizz and breakage. Can I get an amen? It’s hard finding the right blow dryer and when we do… our jaws drop at the price. I mean, COME ON! I am pretty sure that we don’t have two hundred dollars just lying around. At least I don’t! So, I did some research to help everybody out. The results are in and I have found a great blow dryer at a low price. I have based my picks for the best blow dryer based on opinions, facts, and people like you.
Meet the Andis 1875 Ionic Ceramic Folding Dryer. Many people purchased this specific blow dryer after using a similar model at hotels. This 1,875-watt travel dryer uses a ceramic coil to regulate heat and also includes ionic technology to prevent hair damage. The Andis hair dryer provides a wide range of temperature control with three heat settings and a cool-shot button. It has impressive customer service and a five-year warranty. A few owners say this hair dryer seems heavy, and others report that the cord retractor eventually stops working. The Andis Folding Dryer is not a dual-voltage model, so you’ll need a voltage adaptor to use it in some countries. Even though it’s not bad at a price of roughly $36.00, it could be better. Hmmm! I say it’s still not good enough.
Next I came across this high-end model dryer of choice among several consumer review websites. Its motor is infused with crushed tourmaline (a mineral which is said to emit more quick-drying ions). It’s also an ionic dryer with a ceramic heater coil, and it weighs in at less than a pound. However, this hair dryer has a high price tag, and its four-year warranty is only honored when this product is purchased from an authorized reseller. My advice: always verify a seller’s status prior to purchase by calling T3’s official customer service line at (866) 376-8880. Sounds perfect… until you see the price- $170.00!
But fear not, for I found it’s equal the Revlon RV544 Tourmaline Ionic. The 1,875-watt Revlon RV544 Tourmaline Ionic hair dryer incorporates two of the most talked-about hair-dryer features — tourmaline gems and ionic technology — for a low price. Wanna know how low? Twenty dollars. That’s right! Very cheap compared to the other two, right? Reviewers say that these technologies dry hair faster while causing less damage than ordinary dryers, but most good tourmaline dryers cost $200 or more. In a 2007 magazine test, the Revlon hair dryer outperformed the more expensive T3 Tourmaline Professional and it was quieter, too. Most consumers had great reviews for our little gem. The Revlon hair dryer is very lightweight. We all know that this comes in handy when we are drying our curls. However, there have been complaints that the buttons are poorly placed, causing them to turn the machine off several times in the middle of drying. Others say that it may be too powerful for fine hair. Another con is that the heat setting may be too intense.
So the winner is… the Revlon RV544 Tourmaline Ionic blow dryer. At twenty dollars, it’s practically a steal and it’s just as good as the other two. So, in conclusion, I believe my research paid off with two great options if you have the extra moolah but my third choice is practically an equal and Revlon rarely ever lets us down. Good luck blow drying your curly locks and I hope this was useful.