Drying With Style
What is the best hair dryer?
The best hair dryer for you is a salon-standard blow dryer that you find easy to use, doesn’t damage your hair and suits your budget. When it comes to results, performance and handling, hairdressing gurus rate the following blow dryers highly. Of course we tend to agree…
Halo’s whizz bang blow dryer ‘The Jennifer Dryer’ features an Italian-made 2400W motor which provides 30% faster drying time and a negative ion generator for a super glossy, hydrated finish. Great for busy people who can’t spend hours in front of the bathroom mirror.
The Parlux 3800 Ceramic & Ionic Dryer available in six cool colours is perfect for all hair types. The lightweight design has a powerful 2100W motor, a built-in silencer, and supreme airflow. It has six speed and heat settings to cater for all hair types and the combination of ceramic and ionic technology delivers soft and shiny, frizz-free hair.
For exceptionally fast drying and frizz-free, precision styling you can’t go past the GHD Air with an ergonomic design for comfortable handling. It features advanced ionic technology, a powerful 2100W motor with variable power and temperature settings suitable for all hair types.
Where can I buy a hair dryer?
Since our first store was opened in the eastern suburbs of Melbourne in 1992, our award-winning one-stop haircare shop has continued to grow with over 130 salons continuing to expand throughout Australia.
This means we have great buying power and can pass the savings on to you, so if you want a vast range of professional, salon quality hairdryers to choose from you can’t beat our selection of renowned brands. Famous names in blow dryers such as Halo which uses Japanese Kyocera technology, Babyliss Pro, GHD, Parlux featuring air ionizer technology, Silver Bullet and more are all on display for you to find the perfect solution for your next hair dryer.
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What to look for in a good hair dryer
Variable speed and temperature settings allow you to adjust the hairdryer to suit your hair type and minimise damage. Unless you’re a bodybuilder, a lightweight design with a long cord for ease of use is important and a choice of nozzle attachments for directing airflow allows for precision styling. Your blow dryer should be comfortable to hold and easy to use.
Ceramic technology distributes heat evenly while Tourmaline is a mineral which seals the cuticle, retaining moisture and smoothing the hair shaft. Ionic blow dryers dry your hair more quickly which means less heat damage while creating less static which reduces frizz.
How to use a hair dryer
To avoid damaging your hair you should always use a heat protectant before blow drying. It is important to select the appropriate heat setting for your hair type, which is a lower temperature for fine, fragile or damaged hair and a hotter setting for strong, thick hair.
A cool shot setting sets your style, cooling down the hair shaft, taming fly-aways and locking your ‘do’ into place.
How to style hair with a hair dryer
Apply heat protectant to damp hair before drying. You can create different looks with your hair dryer, from natural waves to sleek and straight. For a messy, windswept style tousle hair with your fingers and keep the hair dryer moving, or roll a large brush through sections for a sleek straight finish. Add a diffuser attachment for a soft, natural or wavy look and a nozzle attachment for precision styling.
Watching our ‘How-To’ tutorials will give you some ideas and techniques for creating different hair styles using styling tools such as blow dryers, curling irons and hair straighteners. Have fun!