Yvette White Hair Dryer December 16th, 2017 - 10:08:31
In choosing a hair dryer that is right for the type hair that you have it boils down to the wattage of the dryer. There are hairdryers that typically range anywhere from 250 watts to 2000 watts of power. Among these you will find hot air brushes that actually dry and style your hair, styler dryers that include comb and brush attachments, wall mounted dryers, hard and soft hat hair dryers, and your customary pistol grip type dryers. In conjunction with wattage, consideration needs to be made for the heat/speed settings that are included with the dryer.
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.
The hair is of so much importance to the face, that the gracefulness of a womans head, and the likeness of a mans portrait, depend in a great measure upon its arrangement. ~ Auguste Alexandre Philippe Charles Blanc (1813-1882), Art in Ornament and Dress. How true is this and the hair dryer is the only quintessential tool in every girls dresser. If you are not happy with your current hair dryer then this is the ultimate guide to all your hair dryer problems.
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.