Blow Dryer Birthday Cake

Colleen B


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The Best Hair Dryer for Travel

Conair 1600 Watt Compact Hair Dryer with Folding Handle $17 now 12% off $15 If you want a blow-dryer you can take abroad, look for one that’s dual voltage. The Amazon reviews (3,000 of them) are full of moms who gift this to their kids prior to backpacking adventures because it’s foldable, durable, and performs the basic functions well enough. You still obviously need to bring an adapter. —K.H. $15 at Amazon Buy $15 at Amazon Buy


2. Start by air or towel drying your hair

Keeping your hair healthy will help you avoid dry ends, resulting in shinier blowouts. And one of the best ways you can do this is by minimizing the amount of heat you apply to your hair, says Shilpi Khetarpal, M.D., dermatologist at the Cleveland Clinic. She recommends towel drying or air drying your hair to remove as much moisture as possible. “In general, the dryer your hair is the less heat you have to use,” Dr. Khetarpal says.

The Hair Dryer Gisele Uses

Harry Josh® Pro Tools Ultra Light Pro Dryer $349 Celebrity hairstylist Harry Josh’s line of mint-green pro tools has a cult following as big as Harry Josh himself (think Gisele Bündchen and Karlie Kloss). The newest version of his dryer has been upgraded to work faster (drying hair up to 94 miles per hour), feel lighter (it weighs less than a pound), and be quieter (you’ll be able to hear your playlist if you wish). With 12 heat levels and speeds to choose from, along with what they call “double-ion technology,” this dryer works efficiently on all hair types. The ionic feature is meant to smooth away frizz, but if you’re battling fine flat hair, you can click it off for more volume. —J.P.E. $349 at Dermstore Buy


  • Real Name: Unrevealed.
  • Note: She ain’t actually named in the story, but  found a source for an “official” name : Blow Dryer.
  • Marital Status: Unrevealed.
  • Known Relatives: None.
  • Group Affiliation: None known.
  • Base Of Operations: Presumably mobile.
  • Height: 5’7” Weight: 130 lbs.
  • Eyes: Brown Hair: Red



Blow Dryer attacked some kind of outdoors party for rich people. When the Human Torch intervened, she almost put his flame out.

Then the Human torch distracted her by throwing her something from a nearby table — but you’ll never guess what ! Bwahahahaahaha !

7. Remember to apply styling products evenly through your hair

“When some people use a serum for frizzy hair or a thickening spray for volume, they just spray the top of their hair, instead of all around,” Yepez tells SELF. “Sometimes you just forget the back of your hair.”

She advises parting your hair, creating sections, and working the product from mid-shaft to ends. You can apply the product using either your fingers or a comb, Yepez says.

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