Hair Dryer Help

Do any of you have some good hair dryer recommendations? I’m about to throw mine in the garbage. I don’t have super-thick hair, but it’s pretty long and takes a good 30-40 minutes to dry straight out of the shower. I would really like something that takes a little less time than that. Suggestions, please!

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  1. Just Playing Pretend says:

    30 to 40 minutes to blow dry your hair?

    I'm the luckiest girl alive. My hair air dries straight and if I do decide to blow dry it, it takes 5-8 minutes.

    My blow dryer is from target and it was super cheap. Sorry I'm no help. Just annoying and braggy. I'm lame. 😉

  2. Margarita says:

    CHI HAIR DRYER. I have the Chi Turbo, it's better than the normal because it has more settings I think.

    Amazing. Keeps your hair healthy and cuts drying time in like half. Godo luck!

  3. prepschool101 says:

    I use a Revlon Tourmaline Ionic — it was probably $35 at Target a few years ago but I don't leave home without it. Also, I just upgraded to a super large barrel round brush and now blow drying time is only 20 minutes. The brush is huge but it drys more hair at once. Good luck!

  4. Ali says:

    I'm absolutely zero help in this department – I always let my hair air dry unless I'm going out, but that picture made my day!

  5. Gwen says:

    I have really fine, thin hair so I keep it wrapped in a towel for as long as possible. I normally do my makeup and then dry my hair. It takes about 10 minutes (maybe more in the warmer months because of humidity). I just use a cheap hair dryer because Ellie shares with me and she can ruin everything she touches. LOL!!! Good luck. XOXO

  6. Kensi says:

    I agree with Belle, I'm a professional, and I love the Solano Lite. Its much lighter than the Super Solano, and is durable!

  7. Fidgeting Gidget says:

    Mine's a Conair ionic hair dryer. It comes with a diffuser attachment and another one that just directs the air a little better. I got it at WalMart I think, I'm not one to go out and spend oodles on a hair dryer. It's treated me well so far, I have really thick hair and it dries in 20 to 30 min if it's completely wet, and 10 or less if I've had my hair in a towel for a while. There are lots of settings on it, including a turbo dry and a cool air setting.

  8. ~Mrs. Guru~ says:

    I have a chi! I love it! My last hair dryer threw sparks at my hair. It was a Revelon (correct spelling?)! Anywho, my chi is so much quieter and my hair drys way faster!

  9. A Belle in the Burgh says:

    Get the Super Solano – it is what alot of professionals use – I'm on my second one now and LOVE it. It retails for about $110 but if you do some research you can find them for cheaper. I just ordered one from Amazon for $89.

    Good luck!

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