Yvette White Hair Dryer December 16th, 2017 - 10:42:06
There are different types of ion hair dryers with new and improved technology. The implementation of ceramic technology has proved to be an advantage. Ceramic coil generates moist heat. Ceramic ion hair dryer evenly maintains the temperature. A negative ion is produced by anion and ceramic. It further helps in locking of hair color and repels against humidity. Silk molecules which are present in ceramic heat are gently penetrated in to the hair. Hair dryers which were originally manufactured with traditional technology created damage to dry hair due to the presence of copper coil. Positive energy was produced and moisture was infused in to the shaft. This in turn aggravated the problems to the customer.
In a perfect world we would all get perfect hair like that of supermodels every day. But, for most of us, it is a lot of work with our hair dryers - so it is important to make sure youre using the right one. Not all heat tools are created equal and its not always easy to know which is best for your blow and which ones can damage your hair. How do you know if your locks require an ion or a tourmaline? Which will give you the volume youre looking for? I have navigated the essential questions you may have with my years of experience with the good, the bad and the ugly.
Metal and plastic heating systems literally boil the water off your hair. With your open hair cuticles taking so much heat, you will end up with frizzy and brittle tresses when you use ionic hair dryers. These days, however, professional-grade ceramic hair dryers have become available to home users. Unlike ionic systems, ceramic blow dryers produce negative charges that keep the hair cuticles closed. This, therefore, locks the moisture from your conditioning products inside the hair strand itself. Also, ceramic dryers use infrared heat. So, rather than boiling the water off your locks, the heat penetrates the hair strand instead. It heats your hair from the inside and this, in turn, makes the water evaporate from your tresses.
One of the many complaints that people have when using a hairdryer is the weight of the dryer. This is understandable because lets face it, people who have a lot of hair end up having to hold their dryer for longer periods of time. And, if you are styling your hair with a styling brush while drying your hair, it may take even longer. Just think about the hair stylist who is blowing out hair all day long! People who already have carpal tunnel type issues or tendencies also need to be mindful of what is not going to aggravate this further. Fortunately, the manufacturers of hairdryers have listened to the professionals and you can now find more of a variety of lightweight dryers, ergonomic handles, and even well balanced dryers. These dryers generally have the motor of the dryer centered to where the weight of the dryer is well distributed and there is less stress in whatever position you are holding it.