If you have a blowdryer that looks like this...
And your hair looks like this...
There's probably a correlation between the two.
Anything you use on a daily basis should be an investment. Most good blowdryers come with a warranty so if anything happens you can get a replacement. And the amount of money you spend on your cuts and color should be taken care of with great tools and products. Would you take your Bentley through the automated car wash at the Shell Station?
I didn't think so.
Here are my picks for best at-home blowdryers:
T3 Featherweight $139.95
Lightweight, quiet, super fast dry time, tourmaline (emits ions and infrared heat to seal in moisture and reduce frizz). Great for all hair types.
BaByliss Pro 2800 Super Turbo Hair Dryer $69.95
Powerful, ceramic, ionic, infrared, reduces static and frizz, 6 heat settings, 6 speed settings. Best for super thick hair.
SuperSolano 3500 Lite Pro Hair Dryer $119.99
Lightweight, ceramic, infrared, quiet, 2 speeds, 5 temps, polycarbonate shell to withstand impact (in case you drop it), Low EMF (electromagnetic field). Great for all hair types. (I use this exact one at work).
FHI Nano Salon Pro 2000 $149.95
Powerful, cermamic, ionic, tourmaline, heavy duty 1200 hour motor, low EMF. Best for thick hair types. Gets super hot!
Don't forget to attach your nozzle!