After many years together, I cannot profess enough love for my Sedu hair dryer. For years I thought I could limp along with the fanciest model I could find at the drugstore and then always wonder why my hair looked so much smoother and straighter after getting a blow-out at the salon (despite using the same products at home). It’s true: a good hair dryer does matter and, in my experience, they last longer, too. I checked my original order receipt – I bought this thing from Folica over 4 years ago and it’s still going strong. Oh, and I love the extra long cord for awkwardly-placed mirrors and outlets in hotel rooms. What are your thoughts on high(er)-end hair dryers – yay or nay?
so good..i want to try it
WHOA $250?! It BETTER be amazing!
~Sarah of Sarah's Real Life
@Sarah H. Whoa, you're right! I got mine for $160, I'm not sure why Amazon has it listed so high. I updated the link to Folica, where it's more reasonably priced!
Alison at Wardrobe Oxygen
The company Misikko sent me a T3 back in 2011 and that dryer is still going strong, has never fried my hair, and like yours it has a super long cord. It made me a convert, no more drugstore dryers for me!
Thats a little higher then I am used to however making an investment in yourself is important so I am all for it! http://soworkweekchic.blogspot.com
I'm dying to try that tiny green Harry Josh dryer!!
I would certainly pay that much for a blow dryer, but would need to see some serious results. You should post a YouTube video of before/during/after!
Shian | The Fashion Investigator