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Got a cheap hairdryer? It may be doing more harm than you think. An investment in a professional salon quality hairdryer may not come cheap, but you and your hair will soon be reaping the rewards.

A non-professional hairdryer dehydrates your hair, drawing the water out using air and heat, that’s its job. If your hair develops an unavoidable layer of frizz after you dry it, there’s a good chance your non-professional hairdryer is contributing.

The Ionic technology in a professional hairdryer locks in inner-hydration, meaning your hair not only dries faster, but looks and feels healthier. The ionic technology breaks moisture down and puts that moisture back into the hair as it dries.

There are a range of products on the market to help combat frizz if you’re looking for a short-term solution, but for those who use your hairdryer regularly our advice is to upgrade, you won’t look back.


We Love These Hairdryers


ghd Air

The ghd Air hairdryer is a long term investment and comes with a one year factory guarantee. We have great confidence in the performance and durability of the ghd Air due to the popularity of this hairdryer and the feedback we have received from our clients.

The ghd Air hairdryer has a 2100 watts motor with variable power, temperature control and a cool shot button to set your style in place.

Parlux Advance

The Parlux Advance Ionic & Ceramic Dryer with the K-Advance 2200 watts motor is an extremely lightweight, long lifespan hairdryer from the Italian creators found in salons all over the world.
 
With the Parlux Advance your hair is dried quicker, with ionic and ceramic technology to prevent damage, sealing the cuticle for softer, shinier hair.

ghd hairdryers

Parlux hairdryers