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John Frieda JF1 Full Volume Dryer
Get a professional quality hair dryer that salon stylists use
You define your look; John Frieda defines your hair. What that means is: You decide on your unique hairstyle then, let this versatile 1875 watt dryer do the work for you.
It gives volume and shine to your hair while it simultaneously dries each strand. Drying is safe and delicate while delivering high heat. Don't worry about damaging hot spots or frizzy strands with the JF1 1875 Watt Dryer because its Titanium Ceramic coating evenly distributes high-powered heat.
The highest quality ionic generator on the market
Designed with ion technology, the JF1 allows you to achieve smooth, frizz-free hair without damage. The high-voltage advanced ionic generator releases 10 times the amount of ions created from natural sources to protect hair from damage and seal in moisture for silky, smooth results and gorgeous shine.
Titanium Ceramic Heat Technology
Full spectrum, infrared heat works on molecules inside the hair, drying it inside and out. This fast and easy drying process minimizes heat damage and makes hair less frizzy and more manageable.
3 Heat and 2 Speed Settings
For customized styling, the JF1 features three heat settings along with a low and high speed setting. With a quick flick of the professional rocker switches, any combination of these settings can be used to match your hair texture and length. For example, the low-heat, low-speed setting is ideal for delicate, fine hair of all lengths, while the high-heat, high-speed setting is best suited for thick or long hair.
Additional features that help you create your styles
The JF1 also comes with 2 concentrators and a diffuser for even more versatility. Attach these extensions and you can create pinpoint styles. Also included is a locking cold shot button. First, heat your hair in your favorite particular style, and then hit the cold shot button to lock that style in. This creates volume that stays put, even in the harshest conditions.
Styling Guide: How-to
For Body and Volume turn your head upside down while drying. Then position the airflow toward the roots for maximum lift. When your hair is dry, toss head back and brush hair into place.
To Straighten your hair, work with your hair in sections. Using a large round brush (approximately 2 inches in diameter), hold hair taut in each section and bend ends slightly under as you dry. Use one of the concentrator attachments to pinpoint heat flow.
To make Waves use the diffuser attachment. Or grasp hair at the roots and scrunch between fingertips while drying.
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The hairdryer I'd been using for years - happily so - died and I saw this one. Although a bit more expensive than the one I had and loved, I decided to try it. Wow! Read morePublished 3 days ago by online shopaholic
I'm happy with it. It's not a travel dryer; it's full size. The attachments are nice. Works great.Published 4 days ago by Eliz Staeheli
Love this blow dryer! I needed one with a lot of power and this is it! Drys my hair super fast and the ions keep my hair shiny! It's not too heavy or too loud. Very happy with it!Published 10 days ago by malcolm phipps
Love the dryer, but the switches are placed right where your hand wants to hold it. Poor design that way, constantly turning off, or to a different temperature.Published 14 days ago by Julie Massignan
If you have straight hair, this is probably a good dryer. But my hair is curly, and this dryer didn't work for me at all. Read morePublished 18 days ago by Moira L.
I was so excited to get this hair dryer. Then I opened it when it arrived today. It has obviously been opened and used! I'm so disappointed. I want my money back.Published 20 days ago by Amy J.
I've had it for a few months now and love it. My old hair dryer was drying out my bleached hair pretty badly. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Alicia Jimenez
The unit intermittently blows cold air when the hot setting. Inconsistent! And now it is 10 days too late to return. Thought maybe it would stop this, but it continues!Published 1 month ago by Cindy P.