Top 10 Blow Dryers of 2015

Top 10 Blow Dryers of 2015

 

One of women’s life long struggles is finding the perfect blow dryer for her type of hair. We spend so much money on hair products, hair salons, hair tools so clearly hair is a very important part of our lives. But finding the perfect blow dryer for your hair shouldn’t be so hard. I’ve researched the top 10 blow dryers based on customer satisfaction for your convenience and have listed pros, cons and recommendations below. Note that these are all considered best sellers. Some might just be better for different hair types. 

10. Paul Mitchell Pro Tools Neuro Dry

Pro 

  • Tourmaline Ions dry hair quickly and gently. 
  • Powerful at 1875 Watts
  • Leaves hair Sleek and shiny. 
  • 4 heat settings and a cool shot button give you ultimate control AC Motor

Cons

  • Slightly heavy at 4.3 pounds
  • Temperature vs. Air Flow cannot be controlled separately. 

Recommended for Fine hair. 

Elchim 2001 Professional Dryer 2000 watts- White

9. Elchim 2001 Professional Dryer 2000 watts- White

Pro

  • Provides 7 switch combinations- 2 speeds and 5 temperature settings
  • Quiet, compact and does not weight a lot at 2 pounds
  • Delivers 2000 hours of reliable performance
  • High quality heating element made of Swedish Kanthal wire
  • Housing made of shock and flame resistant polycarbonate plastic

Cons

  • On and Off switch located in an uncomfortable spot
  • Consumers report power cord issues

Recommended for use by those with thick or coarse, curly, normal, fine or thin hairs

BaBylissPro Porcelain Ceramic 2800 Dryer

8. BaBylissPro Porcelain Ceramic 2800 Dryer

Pro 

  • 2000 watts that drys hair mega fast and gives shine and luster
  • Ergo grip handle reduces hand strain
  • 6 heat speed settings
  • Ionic technology utilized is environment-friendly and has practically zero ozone emissions.

Cons

  • Consumers report that this model can be considered loud
  • It is a tad heavier at 2.6 pounds
  • Not sold with hair diffuser

Recommended for salon professionals or at home for those with normal, thick or course hair. Not really recommended for fine hair.

7. GHD Air Professional Performance Hair Dryer

Pro 

  • Includes 2 different size concentrator nozzles
  • Variable power and temperature control

Cons

  • Converter is needed as this dryer is not made with a dual voltage system.
  • Heat & airflows are not very strong. Besides heat/speed settings are not distinct.
  • A bit on the heavy side at 3.4 pounds.

Recommended for at home use for all hair types

6.TURBO POWER Twinturbo 2800 Coldmatic Hair Dryer 314

Pro

  • Anti-overheating device
  • Weighs just 2.24 lbs.

Cons

  • Can be awkward to hold and use

Recommended for all hair types. This is actually the one that I have at home and I absolutely love it! I have no problems with it. It dries my hair fast, leaves it shiny and soft. 

5. T3 Micro Featherweight Luxe 2I Dryer, 44 oz.

Pro

  • Dries hair fast by breaking down water micro molecules.
  • Emits negative ions as well as infrared heat for fast and healthy drying.
  • It’s ceramic material allows infrared heat to heat hair evenly inside and out for longer-lasting results.
  • Has a comfortable grip while drying the hair.
  • Professional-length, nine feet power cord makes it effortless to dry hair even when moving around, standing or sitting.
  • Its lightweight design is balanced to give greater comfort to the user without compromising its functionality.
  • It comes with a two year warranty as well as repair options, telephone support, and comprehensive coverage.
  • Recipient of the “Best of Beauty” award in Allure magazine’s Big Breakthroughs and Best Blow-Dryer for 2013.

Cons

  • Air flow is light.
  • Some Consumers complain that the buttons are inconveniently placed.
  • Some consider it to be over priced.

Recommended for fine and normal hair types. I actually tried this blow dryer and was not a fan. My hair is actually a bit on the curly/wavy side and tends to frizz up. This did not help me with my frizzy curly hair. 

4. Solano Supersolano 3500 Lite Professional Hair Dryer

Pro

  • Ionic drying technology and tourmaline components
  • 2 speed settings and 5 temperature settings
  • Silver nanotechnology
  • Extra length power cord complete with hang ring
  • Includes 2 concentrators

Cons

  • One customer commented on their dislike for the shape and feel of the handle.
  • Some customers mentioned that it was a little too heavy.

Recommended for all hair types.

Elchim 249790009 3900 Healthy Ionic Dryer, White

3. Elchim 249790009 3900 Healthy Ionic Dryer, White

Pro 

  • Reduces drying time more than 30% and closes the hair cuticles
  • Ideal for all hair types, for a perfect hairstyling even at low speed
  • Quiet and light weight  

Cons

  • It only has 2 heat and 2 power settings
  • Comes with no diffuser
  • Consumers report that this dryer is not suitable for certain hair types

Recommended for sleek and straight styles- it’s not the best for limp or fine hair and you will have a hard time trying to get volume on those hair types with any ionic hair dryer.

Rusk W8less Professional Lightweight 2000 Watt Ceramic Tourmaline Hair Dryer

2. Rusk W8less Professional Lightweight 2000 Watt Ceramic Tourmaline Hair Dryer

Pro

  • Ceramic and Tourmaline features for healthy hair
  • 7 heat and speed settings, including a cool shot button
  • It includes a concentrator nozzle

Cons

  • Concentrator Nozzle tends to pop off the drier.
  • Consumers complain that because of its awkward shape it is uncomfortable to hold

Recommended for all hair types.

Revlon RV544PKF 1875W Tourmaline Ionic Ceramic Dryer

1. Revlon RV544PKF 1875W Tourmaline Ionic Ceramic Dryer

Pro

  • Rated best bang for your buck by many websites
  • Dries hair quickly
  • Lightweight
 
Cons
  • May cause frizziness
  • Buttons are easy to turn off accidentally
  • Consumer reports of dryers shorting out in under a year

Recommended for all hair types. 

What hair dryer are you using and how does it work for you? Xo.

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