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When it comes to purchasing a hair dryer, investing in a high quality model that's suited for your hair type can significantly improve the health of your tresses. The right blow dryer will decrease your chances of winding up with brittle, fried hair. The key items to focus on when you're shopping for a blow dryer are the material that it's made of, its wattage, its weight, and specialty features that might make blow drying your hair easier.




what blow dryer should i buy



Whether you blow-dry daily or once a week, it all starts with having the right tools to execute it. Before you purchase a brand new hair dryer, Los Angeles-based hairstylist and Virtue's creative director Adir Abergel recommends selecting a device that works with your hair type. "When blow-drying curly hair, use an ionic dryer," he previously told Allure. "If you have finer hair that needs more volume, use a traditional blow-dryer, not ionic." If you're unsure, or if you're sharing with a roommate or partner, here's some good news: There are options that feature both nonionic and ionic technology so you can swiftly toggle between them.


The Shark HyperAir Hair Dryer is a compact, barrel-shaped device that isn't too heavy or too loud. We love how the heat and airflow buttons are positioned near the rear of the barrel as opposed to the front, which helps us avoid shutting the blow-dryer off mid-blowout.


The GHD Duet Style is an innovative hair tool that does the work of both a blow-dryer and a flatiron. At first glance, the device appears to be a heftier flatiron but the plates actually surround an airflow chamber powered by a fan motor. After running it through damp hair, it creates a soft, sleek hairstyle from freshly-washed strands.


Meet the 2022 Best of Beauty-winning Drybar Reserve 3-in-1 Interchangeable Blow-Dryer. This multitasking tool comes with three different attachments: Blow Dryer for a super-fast and easy blowout, Oval Brush for volume and shine, and Paddle Brush for a sleek and straight look.


Designed with dual ion therapy, the InfinitiPro by Conair SmoothWrap Hair Dryer emits both positive and negative ions to enhance shine and leave hair feeling extra smooth. Hear that, frizz? Your days are numbered. Ceramic technology ensures that heat damage is kept to a minimum as well. Powered by a 1875-watt motor, three heat settings, and two speeds, your blowouts will take less time than you thought possible. The best part is that the dryer comes ready to roll (err, style) with a curls-friendly diffuser and concentrator nozzle.


"I like it because it tends to blow more air, which I prefer over many of the new tourmaline dryers, which blow a gentler stream of air," says Abergel. "The Elchim makes hair look fuller and sexier." Considering he's the man behind many of Reese Witherspoon's, Diane Kruger's, and Kristen Stewart's best red carpet looks, we'll take his word for it.


Who has time to dry and style long hair in the morning? Revlon's best-selling Salon One-Step Hair Dryer and Volumizer, which is an Allure Best of Beauty Award and Readers' Choice Award winner, can do both at once. Its ability to simultaneously detangle, dry, and smooth hair via its oval-shaped barrel and innovative airflow vents allow this hair dryer brush to visibly lift wet hair and create glossy bombshell curls.


The 2,000 watt-powered BaByliss Pro Nano Titanium Dryer is an ionic hair dryer that smoothes your hair while cutting down on styling time. The featured nano titanium heat technology disperses a lower, controlled heat temperature to dry your hair without frying it in the process. This blow-dryer also features six speed and heat settings so your hair looks sleek and shiny without the issues of frizz, breakage, or flyaways.


Endless blowouts and pin-straight hair are just one hair tool away, thanks to T3's Airebrush Duo. This Allure Best of Beauty winner gives you both options, thanks to the interchangeable barrel and paddle brush styling attachments. Each attachment is made with a ceramic base and a mix of nylon bristles and firm pins for a smooth, shiny, and knot-free finish. If that doesn't entice you, 15 heat and speed combinations for a truly customized approach to drying and styling your hair definitely will.


Yes, this is a pricier blow-dryer, but the Harry Josh Pro Tools Pro Dryer 2000 is just so. Damn. Worth. It. (It's not a multi-Best of Beauty Award-winner for nothing.) Created by the hairstylist behind Gisele Bündchen's enviable waves, it has some pretty impressive specs: 1,875 watts of power, a cool-shot button, and most importantly, the ability to toggle between ionic and nonionic heat, depending on the style you're going for (use ionic for sleek styles and nonionic if you're after volume). As an added bonus, it's also compact enough to stow away in your weekender bag or carry-on.


When a company like Dyson invests $71 million into the development of a product, you know it's a game-changer for all hair types. Whether you have fine, curly, or super thick hair, this 2016 Best of Beauty Breakthrough Award winner is one of the best hair dryers Allure editors laid their eyes on. The Supersonic Hair Dryer features patented Air Multiplier technology that allows for a smaller (and lighter) motor, but with a faster drying time. Plus, the air temperature is measured 20 times every second, so you can finally say goodbye to heat damage and frizz.


The Bio Ionic 10X Ultralight Speed Dryer is gentle on both your wrists and hair. This one-pound hot tool promises to dry hair in 10 minutes or less with its energy-efficient, brushless motor. Not to mention, this hair dryer also features Bio Ionic's proprietary mixture of volcanic rock and minerals to style hair with moisturizing heat. This moisture-infused heat seals the cuticle for a reflective, high-shine finish.


Remington's ProLuxe HydraCare Dryer's power comes from its smart sensor that continuously maintains air temperature for a damage-free experience while infusing the air (and therefore, your hair) with moisture-locking ions. Its digital motor is powerful enough to blow air at 80 miles per hour, but its three heat and two speed settings let you control airspeed and temperature to your liking.


Outfitted in a dreamy duo of blue and pink hues and weighing in at under a pound (13.5 ounces, to be exact), the tourmaline ceramic Flower Ionic Pro Dryer gets the drying job done well before your arms start crying out in pain. Flip on the turbo ionic switch for sleek styling (or keep it off for more volume) and adjust the airflow dial to your preferred intensity, and use the time you saved to snap a few selfies to show off your blowout. For a compact version, check out the turquoise Flower Ionic Travel Hair Dryer.


The Tineco Moda One Dryer is especially impressive because it can measure moisture levels in your hair over 20 times per second, which allows the high-tech hair dryer to adjust heat and airflow accordingly to prevent damage. This custom approach to drying your hair also lets the Moda One dry your hair more quickly, wasting less time on styling.


Unlike most dryers with two speed settings, the InStyler Turbo Dryer's airflow dial allows you to control and customize the airflow, while the dryer's turbo ion generator boosts the level of negative ions emitted, therefore maximizing frizz reduction. Accessories include a concentrated nozzle, as well as a diffuser to perfect and maintain curls.


This is the kind of blow-dryer that could've easily been on The Jetsons. The Paul Mitchell Neuro Halo Dryer is futuristic-looking with its aerodynamic shape and backlit touch screen. This nifty tool combines aesthetics with performance, thanks to three heat and airflow settings so you can adjust to your liking and hair type. Turn on the ion feature to boost shine and smooth your hair, or switch it off to add a dose of volume to thin, fine hair.


While many hair dryers come with a diffuser, we particularly rate the Shark HyperAir, which is known as the Shark Style iQ in the UK, for two reasons. First the diffuser it ships with has extendable prongs, so the roots as well as the ends of curly hair, can be dried evenly - this helps reduce the risk of heat damage to the hair.


Secondly, the hair dryer will automatically adjust the speed and temperature to the optimum levels for the attachments connected to the hair dryer, including the diffuser. So you don't have to worry about changing these yourself - again helping to reduce the amount of heat damage or curl disruption caused by the hair dryer.


However, leaving your hair to dry naturally isn't an option for many of us. With that in mind, if you are planning on using a hair dryer, apply a heat protection styling spray before blow drying, and keep the heat level to a medium, to reduce the amount of damage a hair dryer causes to your hair.


Treat your hair the right way with one of the best hair dryers. Also known as blow dryers, these beauty appliances are considered to be somewhat essential for maintaining your mane. But, while there are a lot of hair dryers on the market, the cheaply-made ones can cause heat damage while the excellent ones will let you dry and style your hair without frying it.


There's also more to hair dryers than just blowing out hot air. Some models stick with the basics, but others use clever tech to turbo-charge the drying process and a handful come with various attachments for boosting your curls or straightening your locks. And, naturally, while some are a terrific value for your money, others are a hefty investment you should probably consider more carefully before you hit buy.


We appreciate that there are a lot of hair dryers to choose from, but it isn't hard to hone in on a brand and an appliance which you feel confident enough about to tame your mane. You just have to know what your needs and budget are before anything else, and you have us to pare down the list for you.


We have curated this guide to help you navigate through all the options to find the hair dryer that's perfect for your hair, your style and your lifestyle too. A lot of hair dryers have been tried out from top brands including GHD, Dyson and Shark. Our testers' hair ranges from super-flat to brilliantly bouncy, and everything in between. The factors we look out for during the review process are things like how quickly the hair dryer heats up, the ease of drying and styling and if the attachments performed as expected. 041b061a72


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