Top 9 best hair dryers for 2018 no more frizz,static or dry ends electricity distribution vs transmission


The Berta Professional Hair Dryer has many of the qualities of the xtava Allure Supreme – Negative ion technology to reduce frizz and smooth your hair, a concentrator nozzle, 2 speeds and 3 heat settings, and the weight, shape and size are comparable. Where this one differs, is in the wattage. The Berta is a 1875 watt hair dryer, which is still professional quality and will dry your hair almost as quickly as the xtava. However, because of the lower wattage, it is expected that the Berta’s motor is going to last longer. We really like that it has a ‘cold shot’ function on it. What’s that for, you say? Well, your hair needs to cool to set your style in place. Once you have your wave, curl, or style in place, you give it a shot with the ‘cold shot’ to make sure your hair stays where it supposed to. Many women always find this an awesome tool for setting bangs perfectly, with little use of hairspray. The price reflects the lesser wattage, but in our books is just as good a machine as the 2200W xtava.

Hair dryers really do come in so many shapes and sizes, it can be a challenge to figure out what type is best suited for you and your lifestyle! How much power is too much power? And what should I be paying for a good hair dryer? Ask yourself these questions, and you’ll naturally come up with a list of exactly what you need.

• Where will you be using your hair dryer most? Strictly at home in the bathroom? If so, think about how much space to you have to work in the bathroom, how far the outlet is from the mirror or workspace. Will you be taking your dryer with you to the gym? Do you travel often, and will you need to bring a hairdryer with you? If so, you want a compact dryer with a lightweight, to leave room in your luggage for everything else!

• How often will you be using your hair dryer? Do you blow dry your hair every day? If so, you will want a hairdryer that will be quick yet gentle on your hair. You’ll want to make sure you get a hairdryer with an excellent reputation for lasting a long time, and an acceptable warranty, too. Will you only need a hair dryer on occasion? In this case, a decent hair dryer that will just do the job might be all your need.

• Do you have issues with being able to hold your arms in the air for a long time while drying? Do you have trouble holding a grip for more than a few minutes at a time? If so, you want to look for a dryer with a very light weight, and a comfortable grip.

• What can you afford? If you use a hairdryer every day, you want to consider that your purchase is an investment. And that investment has to work hard for you. A good hairdryer will do the job consistently and with no damage to your hair. An amazing hairdryer will do that, and last for a long long Meet in the middle with what you feel you can afford, and what you need, if the budget is tight.

• There are so many companies that make these products, that it’s always a good idea to look at any reviews you can find, to see what other peoples real life experiences have been. They’ll tell you so much more than the box or label of the product.

It can be a habit to leave your hairdryer on the bathroom vanity and walk away every day. Your hairdryer will last longer, and there’ll be less chance of accidents, if you unplug it after every use, wrap it up and put it away. It’s less likely to smash on the floor that way! Also, every different hairdryer will have a different way to clean out the vent. Look for a hairdryer with the ability to remove the screen to take out any hair. This will make your motor last even longer. Any hairdryer you purchase is going to have cleaning and care instructions that will vary by manufacturer, as well. Read those instructions! What is “Negative Ion Technology” anyway?

An ion is a particle that will have a negative or positive charge (Remember science class?) and hairdryers with this technology make your hair dry by breaking down the water droplets faster. And faster drying means less damage to your hair shaft. Hairdryers with ‘tourmaline’, ‘pearl’, or ‘crystal’ in the title tell you that those elements are in the hairdryer (ooh, fancy!) because they add to the negative ions, that give you that shiny look, and reduce the static in your hair. Where can I get the best price on a hairdryer?

Although your salon will carry one or two, and the local big box store will have a whole bunch available, your best bet really is to do some research online. Online shopping has opened up the market offerings. You’ll find so many more options online than you will at the store. Plus, in general, buying online is cutting out a middleman. This will almost always mean you can get a higher quality dryer for the same amount as one at the drug store or chain store. It might take you a few extra days for it to arrive on your doorstep but it’s always worth it with what for what you save.