What Are The Best Hair Blow Dryers That Keep Your Hair
The number of hair blow dryers currently available is simply overwhelming. There are many different
brands, different types and models of hair dryers and unless you know exactly what you want to get and why, you
might just buy the wrong model for your particular type of hair.
The first distinction that you have to make is regarding the various hair blow dryer models.
Currently you can find 5 different types based on various technologies:
Here is a quick overview of each model.
Traditional Hair Dryers
These are the old style hair dryers that we knew since we were kids, our parents and grand
parents were using them as well. They have been first introduced in the 1920s and they were made of a small engine
and a coile wire heating element. As the element got hot the motor blew the air over the coil and out the nozzle.
One of the major problems with this hair dryer model is that they give positive ions which actually damage the
hair. They open up the hair cuticles that cover the hair shaft and leave you with a fizzy, dry look that people
know as 'blow dried' look. These days there is hardly anyone using these types of hair dryers.
Ionic Hair Dryers
The Ionic Hair Dryers give negative ions that break down
the moisture into tiny droplets that are very easily absorbed by the hair shaft. This means that you spend
less time on drying your hair. As a consequence your hair is healthier, glossier and shinier, having also more
The way the actual ionic hair dryers work is that the
charged negative ions that are delivered with the warm air break down the water molecule. These then are very
easily absorbed by the drying hair.
The hair becomes shiner, fuller and softer, and it becomes also more manageable. Another benefit
of using these blowdryers is the fact that they preserve the natural oils in the hair and seal in the moisture.
Ceramic Hair Dryer
Using ceramic in hair care products is not something new. It has been used already in hair
straighteners (hair irons) but only recently has been introduced as ceramic hair
dryers as well. The ceramic has the property of heating up evenly, giving out a consistent heat which give
a greater drying option for your hair.
Because it heats up evenly, the ceramic hair dryer doesn't need many temperature
controls. You only need here low and high regulator. Ceramic also has the tendency of reducing bacteria
formation so your hair as a consequence is healthier, not to mention the positive effect it has on your
Tourmaline Hair Dryer
Tourmaline is a semi-precious stone that emits lots of negative ions when it is heated. Once crushed and added
to the ceramic element of the dryer, it increases the negative ions up to 6 times, which reduces hair drying time
substantially. This brings much better results to your hair.
Usually tourmaline hair dryers also include ionic and ceramic
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The tourmaline is the latest technology that is used in hair
blow dryers. This simply kills almost 100% of all the bacteria on the hair dryers, which means that it's way
better even than the ceramic model.
So far not all the manufacturers have started producing tourmaline blowdryers, and those who have, possess
already a great advantage versus those that are still lagging behind.
Nevertheless all manufacturers will start using this technology in their products as well, adding it to their
own hair dryers models.
There are many hair blow dryers that are using a mixture of
models, for example some use ceramic with tourmaline technology, others have all three, ionic+ceramic+tourmaline.
On the following pages I will review some of the most popular types of hair blow dryers, comparing the features and
benefits of each, not neglecting any negative aspects that the hair dryers might also have.
If you are interested in a review of hair dryers that have not been reviewed here, leave a
note in the comment area below and if enough interest, I will pick up the hair blow dryer and review it here for