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I always bought the cheapest, highest wattage hair dryer I could find. And I assumed that the commercial grade salon dryers were far too expensive. Wrong. This Babyliss is my answer. It is quieter, lighter, smoother blowing than my cheap dryer. It feels and dries just like the dryer my hair stylist uses. Now I so loathe regular dryers that I pack this one for trips whereas I used to just use the hotel one. I am gearing up to buy a Babyliss travel dryer. Since I use a hair dryer every day, this was a great investment. If you're on the fence, get one! You won't regret it.
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Initial post: Feb 15, 2013 3:37:36 PM PST
Babyliss Hair dryer - Can you tell me if: (1) the dryer is too hot? (2) can you adjust the heat setting and still have the blow power? (3) is the nozzle a wide barrell or small? (4) are you still happy w/your dryer?
In reply to an earlier post on Feb 16, 2013 9:26:16 AM PST
Last edited by the author on Feb 16, 2013 9:27:05 AM PST
R. Finlayson says:
Not too hot for me, but of course that's subjective. There is a low/high heat switch as well as a low/high blow switch. So you can adjust. The nozzle is about 2" diameter. Still love it! Weird update though: my best friend also bought this at my suggestion and upon talking about it we recently realized we both get a little knotted tangled of hair on the right side back of hair (we both have shoulder length hair). I thought it was just me, but bc she gets the exact same thing, same spot, I have to assume its the dryer. Neither of us ever got that before with previous dryers. As a result I have to be careful. Still worth it though.
For reference, too: a small hair rubber band goes three times around my ponytail and it takes me about 2 minutes to dry the whole head of hair with this Babyliss. Super fast.
In reply to an earlier post on Feb 16, 2013 1:55:57 PM PST
Great info. Could it be that your hair gets knotted b/c it may be on the thin side? Do you use the dryer to style your hair or is it strictly for drying?
Thanks again for the awesome review!
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