Testing 4 Of The Trendiest Hair Dryers On The Market

We are all pressed for time in the morning, so in an effort to be more efficient I decided to put a bunch of hair dyers to the test. I want it to be fast, effective, and good for my hair. 

Conair InfinitiPRO ($90.00)

 

The speed of this hairdryer to dry my hair was the fastest at 3 minutes and 7 seconds. The balance of the temperature was really good and didn’t burn my hair at all and gave the least amount of frizz. Its really light being 2.3 pounds in weight and keeps its traditional shape. It’s a great power tool with a really strong amount of air coming out.

Dyson Supersonic ($499.99)

To completely dry my hair it took 4 minuets and 29 seconds. It’s a little on the heavy side but not too bad with a weighting listed at 1.46 pounds. The cord is really long being 8 feet and 11 inches long, whether that’s a good thing or a bad thing, that’s up to you! If you are someone who doesn’t have a lot of arm strength that is something to thing about with this product. What I liked about this one is the air got warm but it didn’t have that fire heat, more heat more damage. It comes with a defuser and a cute pink box for your vanity to store it in. If you are sensitive to sound you should probably stay away from this one as it has a very high pitched squeal.

 

Revlon 1875W Infrared Hair Dryer ($29.69)

 

To completely dry my hair it took 4 minuets and 48 seconds. The weight is 2 pounds but feels lighter with only 2 heat settings which isn’t a problem when going into the bare basics. Cord length is 3 foot 11 inches which is on the short side. It gave a decent amount of frizz and was on the louder end.

 

T3 Cura Range ($300.00)

The speed for drying was 4 minutes and 54 seconds which was the longest dry time out of all of them. It feels air light in weight with 5 heat options, 2 speeds, and a cool shot. This one got the hottest which can and cannot be a good thing. With an 8 foot 9 inches cord but its very nice and light. It has a very interesting feature that when you move your hand away from the handle and the buttons are exposed it will automatically turn off and if you hold it again it will turn back on.

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