It's getting chilly and with even less time than before, my beauty routine has really trimmed down in time. As I have mentioned before, I let my hair dry naturally. There are days when I go to bed with semi-wet hair because it has not dried completely. I was excited to try the BaByliss Pro hairdryer from Flat Iron Experts.
Out of the box I noticed that this hair dryer was very compact in size and included a large diffuser. I decided to try it out: there are 2 speed and 3 heat setting plus a cool shot button. I used the high heat/speed as I wanted to see how quickly my hair would dry. Since my hair is in the falling out stage, it is a bit thin. It took about 10-15 minutes to dry my hair and the result was actually shiny and thick looking hair. I pointed the nozzle under and over my hair and kept moving it. I love how polished I look straight from the shower with little effort. The cord does not tangle as I move it around my head and it is easy to hold.
Since Kenzie's hair is a bit longer, she needs to dry it off after her baths before bedtime. She gets excited to dry her hair like mama and I just blast her with the BaByliss Pro for a few minutes and she is good. I absolutely love this dryer and recommend it for anyone who wants something that doesn't clutter up your bathroom countertop yet packs full force when drying your hair.
Some technical features:
- Tourmaline and ceramic, natural sources of negative ions and far-infrared heat, dry hair from the inside out, preserving moisture, adding a healthy shine, and a smooth finish.
- Drying time is reduced due to the hot and powerful airflow.
- High torque lightweight motor
- Bumper bar on each side
- Built-in ion generator releases millions of negative ions to dry hair faster, lock in the hair's natural moisture and eliminate frizz. The result is full volume, radiant hair.
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