Top 10 Best Hair Dryers in Australia 2022 - Buyers Guide (2022)

Hair dryers have come a very long way in the last decade or so, and something that was originally just for drying your wet hair fresh from the shower is now an indispensable beauty tool that can drastically change your appearance.

They can be used to curl, straighten, or wave your hair, softening your features and subtly changing the shape of your face as it appears to others. Often, people don’t realise they’ve been putting up with fluffy, frizzy hair until they finally invest in a quality hair dryer and see what they’ve been missing.

A good quality hair dryer can dry your hair in a quarter of the time that a poor quality one can, and will leave your hair softer and glossier, with less heat damage over time.

Newer models often have ceramic heating that disperses heat more evenly without scorching, and ionic technology that releases negative ions to attach to positively charged electrons in the air to keep your hair frizz and static free.

We’ve rounded up the best hair dryers available and reviewed them from highest quality professional salon dryers to more affordable picks that can provide years of damage-free service.

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Best For Frizzy Hair

1. Dyson Supersonic Hair Dryer

The best hair dryer of 2021 without competition, for the highest cost

What we like
  • Sleek and compact design
  • Easy to use and useful attachments
  • Relatively quiet
  • Efficient and quick dry without heat damage

What could be better
  • Price tag
  • The cool setting needs improvement

The Dyson Supersonic is the fastest, most effective and best hair dryer that money can buy. A Dyson airblade, but for your hair - would that work? The answer has surprisingly been a resounding “yes!”. Dyson made quite a bold move dropping a cool $71 million on completely reinventing the hair dryer, but quickly reviewers flocked to rave for this revolution to hair drying.

Using their cyclonic air multiplier technology borrowed from their other popular tower fans and pedestal fans, Dyson was able to put a motor into the handle that is actually smaller and lighter, for an energy efficient and quieter function without sacrificing any air flow. This means even tight frizz dries without coiling, and smooths without burning. In fact, this hair dryer has the highest air flow and fastest drying time on this list.

The other amazing feature of the Dyson Supersonic hair dryer is the unique design, it is so light and balanced to hold. While other hair dryers are more top heavy, this machine is essentially all handle, so it is marvellously easy to manipulate into any angle you could wish, and the brushless bladeless technology means you will never accidentally snag your hair in the motor.

The air flow and heat can get overwhelmingly high, so we recommend starting on the lower settings and slowly creeping up. The air flow can be quite blowy even on the lowest setting, so use attachments for better control.

Attachments include a smoothing nozzle for smoothest air flow, a precision styling concentrator, a diffuser attachment to provide evenly heated narrow jets deep into voluminous curls, and a wide tooth comb. The attachments magnetically click securely into place and stay put while you dry.

The only drawback to this modern marvel is the hefty price tag, but if the cost does not bother you, this will be worth the investment. For people who know the perpetual struggle of having extremely uncooperative locks that never seem to dry properly and settle well, the ultimate saviour of shiny dry hair within minutes is going to pay for itself with time saved in the mornings.

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Best For Fine Hair

2. Ghd Helios Professional

A beautiful ghd hair dryer to accompany your straightener

What we like
  • Various speed and heat controls
  • Ability to set to constant cool air
  • Easy to hold and use
  • Strong power yet not too loud

What could be better
  • Slightly heavier than some contenders
  • Can be tricky to set up attachments at first
  • Does not come with a diffuser
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If you’ve been a long time fan of Good Hair Day, you may already be aware of their beautiful hair dryers, but the Helios Professional is easily their best to date. For true pampering, this is a luxury hair dryer for all hair types, but particularly for people who see a lot of flyaways.

The Helios model features Aeroprecis technology that utilises internal aerodynamic physics in combination with acoustic technology to shape the contoured nozzle, for concentrated powerful air flow whilst dampening the noise.

For those with ultra fine hair, super frizzy hair, or thick bushy curls, this is the ultimate time saving hair dryer that will keep your hair smooth and collected all day. The satisfying twin buttons click back and forth to control 3 heat settings and 3 speeds with a cool shot function.

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The weight and ergonomic design of the Helios feels lovely and luxurious to hold, with quality materials used for the shell. At 780 grams this is not the lightest hair dryer around, but the thoughtfully placed weight balance makes the dryer easy to maneuver at any angle.

A powerful brushless motor guarantees long life of the dryer and air flow of 120 kilometres per hour. The internal ionising system removes air static before it reaches your hair, resulting in better alignment for smoother and shinier hair with zero flyaways or frizz.

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Best For Curly Hair

3. Parlux Alyon Air Ionizer Tech

A powerful hair dryer designed for salon use

What we like
  • Powerful motor, quick drying without damaging hair
  • Lightweight and quiet
  • Long cord
  • Sturdy, built to last
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If you want to use what the hairdressers use, the Parlux Alyon is a professional hair dryer that will last you for years. The Alyon Air comes with an excellent cool shot, together with a signature and professional diffuser (does not include in the package) making it the best hair dryer for curly hair.

The 2250 watt motor provides an amazing 84 m³ per hour air flow on the highest setting, without the noise and overheating that would usually imply. The front body doesn’t conduct heat so you can sandwich hair between the dryer and hair brush without worrying, and the motor has an incorporated silencer, as well as a silencer that attaches to the back to muffle fan noise.

Longevity of salon products is always a priority, and the newer tech in this motor will ensure exactly that, up to 3000 hours of continued use guaranteed. The removable filter in the back catches not only dust but is designed to catch flyaway hair without snagging in the machine, reducing danger of pulls and of damaging the fans inside.

Ionic technology removes static as you dry, meaning this is also a suitable and lightweight option for curly hair. The diffuser designed especially for this model is a professional quality godsend for curly hair that needs to be scrunched and kept still when hair drying. For seriously curly hair, the cold shot function on this dryer is actually properly cool, to keep heat far away from those crazy curls.

It comes in your choice of about a dozen colours too, all of them equally glossy and luxurious to touch.

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4. Parlux Advance Light Ionic and Ceramic

A light and powerful salon quality hair dryer

What we like
  • Powerful performance
  • Not excessively noisy and super light
  • Easy to use and handle, long cable
  • Compact design, available in many colours

What could be better
  • Controls positioning not ideal for left handers
  • No diffuser included
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The Parlux Advance Light is a professional hair dryer that is light, powerful and a pleasure to hold. It’s clear that this is a hair dryer made with professionals in mind.

When you use tools like this for twenty minutes at a time multiple times a day, you want something that will be gentle on your wrists and still give you that professional salon quality controlled heat.

The ceramic body allows the dryer to heat evenly without directing all heat straight into the centre. Despite the material, the unbelievable lightness and balanced weight of the machine gives superior control over your technique. Air ionising technology reduces drying time while preserving the integrity of the hair, removing static electricity to keep hair soft and shiny.

The 2200 watt motor is a newer technology that offers up to 2500 hours of guaranteed function, at an air flow output of 83m³ per hour. This awesome air flow combined with even heating reduces drying time and preserves the condition of your hair.

This dryer is also surprisingly quiet for such a high output, thanks to an incorporated silencer and additional melody silencer attachment that clips to the back to further muffle the noise.

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5. Remington Air 3D Plus

A futuristic hair dryer that is super easy to use for some slick styles

What we like
  • Versatile with a good range of nozzles
  • Fast hair drying with stable heat
  • Compact design, easy to store and maneuver
  • User friendly

What could be better
  • Slightly heavy but manageable
  • Not the quietest machine
  • Hair gets caught in the back vent if not careful
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Under $200, the best hair dryer on our list is the Remington Air 3D Plus. This unique hair dryer may look very space age, but is sure to upgrade your styling game with several nozzles for shaping and correcting longer lasting styles with optimised temperature control.

The Air 3D gets its name from its innovative “3D air flow”, which uses air flow from the handle through directed amplification to multiply the speed of air reaching your hair. This also means the motor is more energy efficient and is located in the handle, making the hair dryer feel way lighter, easier to hold and manipulate without tiring your wrist.

The attachments included are really cleverly designed to fit your styling needs, and push and turn satisfyingly around the front, so you can have them at any angle you like. There's a diffuser, an extra wide concentrator for stronger air and heat distribution across a styling brush, and a super slim concentrator for detailing.

But the wide tooth comb concentrator and the curling concentrator will quickly become your favourite attachments, saving you the effort of heating up your straightener without the tense look of crisply ironed hair. The wide tooth comb directs air through your hair as you comb it, which means your hair has nowhere to go but sit flat under heat, for effortless straighter longer hair. The curling concentrator is shaped to fit neatly with a medium barreled styling brush, bringing natural curls to your hair as you dry it in a quarter of the time.

Also, this thing just looks and feels super cool! It’s light, chic, futuristic, and the back grille lights up in cool shot mode. We’re living for this design to be the future of hair dryers.

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Best For Damaged Hair

6. Philips Prestige Pro

An awesome new motor tech and premium salon styling capacity for a mid tier price

What we like
  • Thermal protection that doesn’t harm hair
  • Dries hair fast to minimise dryness and damage
  • Solid and sturdy design
  • Great speed and heat settings

What could be better
  • It gets loud from 2nd speed mode
  • Heavy
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The Prestige Pro ceramic ionic dryer features some of the newest tech around, in a reliable machine that can get the job done faster protecting hair from heat damage.

The professional AC motor is a powerful beast running at 2300 watts. This motor is newer technology that will last 50% longer than standard hair dryers, and creates one powerful air flow of 120km per hour.

One feature we love is the innovative 6mm concentrator that flattens that super high air flow into a styling blade of air that reduces heat exposure. Because the concentrator often makes contact with the hair or comes very close, if heat builds up in the concentrator a flap inside flexes and is forced open, to let out heat early before it touches your hair. This innovation makes this hair dryer the best for pro daily styling without damaging your hair.

Ceramic element technology produces infrared heat to dry your hair less aggressively, although it may take an extra 10 seconds to warm up. Ionic conditioning is also included to remove air static, leaving your hair glossy and smooth.

The controls are really nice, clicking satisfyingly between 3 different speeds of 3 different heats, with an extra button for cool shot mode. The design of these switches is really pretty with a golden trim outline, adding flair to the overall chic look of a very pretty hair dryer.

This is great power and excellent drying speed at a more affordable price than those top professional salon dryers.

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7. Remington Proluxe Salon

Premium heating technology makes this value pick our best hair dryer under $100

What we like
  • Extra long cord
  • Super powerful without even using top speed mode
  • Not too heavy to handle
  • User-friendly, sleek design

What could be better
  • Not the quietest hair dryer
  • The highest setting is pretty hot
  • The vent on the back comes off easily
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With ceramic and tourmaline, optimised heating, and a high performance motor in one beautiful package, the Remington Proluxe Salon intelligent hair dryer is an absolute steal for well under $100.

The Remington Proluxe has a long lasting 2400 watt motor that provides controllable power and intelligent heat optimising technology for even heat application.

The ceramic and tourmaline materials provide even heat distribution that won’t result in breakage or damage, and the internal ionic conditioning pumps out negative ions to absorb static and keep your locks frizz free.

The diffuser and concentrator attachments easily snap on and are easy to use for most hair styles. The controls are easy to manipulate blind, for adjustment of 3 speeds and 3 temperature settings, including a good cool shot mode for cool drying.

The Proluxe is also gorgeous to touch and look at, with beautiful black matte coating and pale gold detailing from case join to heating grille to the removable filter at the back.

All over, this is a robust and reliable hair dryer, with optimised heat control to keep your hairstyle intact from morning until bedtime. Considering the affordable price, the heating and air flow of this hair dryer are excellent, making the Proluxe Salon the best value buy.

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8. Silver Bullet Velvet

A high heat black matte beauty from a local company

What we like
  • Good grip and tactile buttons
  • Robust power without overheating
  • Fairly quiet, lightweight
  • Stylish and matte finish

What could be better
  • The nozzles can come off during use
  • No cold blast button

There’s no denying the Silver Bullet Velvet is an attractive machine. The exterior is black matte and lovely to touch. The minimalist design is certainly chic and is an aesthetic luxury for those who want to lean into feeling pampered during their morning rituals.

This hair dryer comes with 2000 watts for super hot air, a newer technology of AC motor that will give you better longevity from your purchase.

3 heat and 3 air flow settings give plenty of control over output to suit any hair type. 570 grams will be nice and light in your hand to give you that better maneuverability and control over your technique.

The concentrator is extremely slim, because the base unit is already quite concentrated. This concentrator will give you a razor blade of heat to work with, great for experienced stylists.

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Best For Thick Hair

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9. VS Sassoon VSD769A

A great affordable all rounder, best for thicker hair

What we like
  • Great value for money
  • Comes with a good quality diffuser and styling brush
  • Light and compact size
  • Easy to hold and use

What could be better
  • The lowest air output is still too strong

One of the best affordable hair dryer in the market is the VS Sassoon VSD769A. 2400 watts of drying power blows a powerful high velocity air flow through your hair that will be great for thicker hair that’s hard to dry and style. 3 heat settings and 2 speed settings give you some control over the output, but expect big heat and big blow on the highest setting.

The hair dryer has an internal ionic generator to reduce static, which will help curly girls from frizzing out. The hair dryer also comes with a diffuser that can help spread the cooler air over curls, lightly drying your mane without aggressively heating it into a frizzy mess.

The diameter of the base unit funnel is on the narrow side, but the condenser is nice and slim, for that extra stylised look. This is a great entry point for budding stylists looking to work with a serious concentrator, but for casual use you may want to leave it off, as the base unit is already decently narrow.

Included in this bundle package is a VS Sassoon thermal styling brush, which makes this affordable option even more of a bargain. The brush is good quality, with moderately short bristles that never warp in the heat, and a medium sized barrel.

The ceramic surface maintains heat evenly, which can help support styling by giving consistent heat to the brush without directing too much heat to the centre.

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10. Remington Aero 2000

Fast drying for this budget hair dryer that you can trust daily

What we like
  • Durable and reliable hair dryer
  • Super competitive price for the quality
  • Lightweight
  • Not too loud nor cumbersome

What could be better
  • Cool shot’s temperature is not quite cool
  • No cord winding system
  • Buttons can be finicky to operate
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If you just need a reliable hair dryer and aren’t fussed about extras, or if you’re looking for travel hair dryers to keep the budget in check, the Aero 2000 is a great affordable pick that will dry your hair fast and safely every day without fail.

Three heat levels and two speed levels mean you still have that control over the hair dryer, so you can adapt it to your styling technique without risking your hair. There is also a “cool shot” setting that minimises heat to the warmth of a baby, but is not actually cool or unheated like you might expect. That will be an attractive mode for people with fragile hair that has had multiple bleachings.

Concentrator nozzle is on the slim side, a good mid ground between detail and wider dispersion. The nozzle unclips for a wider blast from the 2000 watts of heating, and the filter from the back unclips for easy maintenance.

The controls are easy to use without even looking. One switch for high or medium heat, the other for three fan speeds, and a big blue button for cool shot mode.

The main drawbacks are the large size and less than impressive blow dryer speed, but this is a great option for kids and older people that need a safer product that’s sturdy and easy to use.

How to choose a hair dryer

When picking a hair dryer the first thing to consider is your hair type. Thick, curly, frizzy or flat, different hair types require different strategies to keep your locks luscious. After that, you’ll want to think about the size and weight that will impact how your styling technique, and what other attachments and features would be best tailored to match your own hair care needs.

What’s your hair like?

Thicker hair needs tougher air flow to get underneath all those folds, so prioritise high wattage motors up to 2000 watts that offer greater heat and air flow to tame your mane. If you have seriously curly hair, you want to look at hair dryers that include a diffuser, so you can keep your wet hair neatly scrunched while the hair dryer injects the dry air into your curls.

Normal and fine hair are usually the easiest to manipulate, and most hair dryers will be appropriate. But if you’re a woman, expect hormonal changes during heavier periods, pregnancy, and high stress times to drastically change your hair, causing it to fall and grow back, leading to flyaways and hair that changes textures in patches. Self-ionising hair dryers will really take the static out of the electrified air and reduce those flyaway “baby hairs”.

Size, weight and shape

Weight is probably not the first priority on your mind, but if it takes you a while to dry your hair or you’re into your styling game, a heavy hair dryer is going to tire you faster and damage your wrists over time. The smallest size you can get away with usually is best for both daily use and travel, but this may lose some quality of the motor.

The heaviest thing in a hair dryer is the motor, so look for the lightest one that will still give you the power you need, and remember that newer motor technology is usually more costly, but smaller. High quality materials like ceramic and tourmaline will also be slightly heavier, but provide superior even heating.

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Features to look out for

Ceramic and ionic technology are both helpful to support the heating element drying your hair faster with less abrasive heat to the outer layer of your hair. Thicker hair will find this means less frizz and static, but for fine hair this is the difference between glossy and neat versus fried and damaged.

Attachments often include a concentrator to push air through a smaller space, reducing heat and increasing air flow. Go large for a lesser effect, or super slim for detail styling. The other increasingly common attachment is a diffuser for an even spread of hotter air at a lower speed, great for avoiding giving too much volume to thick or curly hair.

Other quality of life features are intuitive controls and a hook to hang up your hair dryer away from children and wet areas of your bathroom. A feature to consider is the length of cord you need too, there’s nothing worse than realising your power cord isn’t long enough to comfortably reach your mirror!

FAQs

What should I look for when buying a new hair dryer? ›

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  • Ceramic and Tourmaline are your friends! If your goal is to smooth your hair, look for a blow dryer that has ceramic and tourmaline technology. ...
  • A cool shot button! ...
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  • Heat and power controls!
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What wattage hair dryer is best? ›

"The higher the wattage, the hotter and faster the blow-dryer," says Urban. Simple enough. Both stylists recommend using dryers with at least 1800 to 1850 watts for the speediest results.

Is ionic or ceramic hair dryer better? ›

By understanding the technology behind both dryers, we can conclude that ceramic hairdryers are better than ionic hairdryers because ionic hairdryers build an electromagnetic field to emit negatively-charged ions and this electromagnetic field is dangerous for long time use.

What hair dryer is best for frizzy hair? ›

The Best Hair Dryers to Reduce Frizz
  1. The Dyson Supersonic Blow Dryer. If you were enamored with their ads, you'll be even more in love with the actual product. ...
  2. SRI Salon Dry Pro Hair Dryer. ...
  3. The BaBylissPro Nano Titanium Portofino Dryer. ...
  4. The Dyson Airwrap. ...
  5. The Olivia Garden Ceramic + Ion Hair Dryer.
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Is there a hair dryer that won't damage hair? ›

BaByliss Pro Nano Titanium Dryer

The featured nano titanium heat technology disperses a lower, controlled heat temperature to dry your hair without frying it in the process. This blow-dryer also features six speed and heat settings so your hair looks sleek and shiny without the issues of frizz, breakage, or flyaways.

Does it matter what kind of hair dryer you use? ›

The two pillars of a good hair dryer are heat and control. Depending on your hair type, you'll want to really take advantage of the different Cool, Warm, and Hot settings, along with the varying air speeds (fine hair does well with cool-to-warm temperature, while curly hair needs high heat at a low air speed).

Is a Dyson hairdryer worth it? ›

The Dyson does not come cheap, but if you're looking to tick boxes and make life more convenient, it is worth every penny - especially for people who are in a rush, want to combine straightening and drying, and are in need of a more peaceful existence.

How do I pick a hair dryer for thin hair? ›

Before you choose hair dryer know your hair type, for thin and short hair, hair dryers with even and gentle hot air will work best. Such that ionic, ceramic, tourmaline or titanium will be suitable. Ionic hair dryers are best suitable for short hair types, as they are quick and also makes the hair damage free.

Do ionic hair dryers make a difference? ›

What It Means: Ionic dryers shoot negative ions, water's ions are positively charged. That's the science behind why an ionic dryer is much more effective at busting up and scattering water droplets on the hair shaft, preventing them from soaking in and causing frizz, plus speeding up dry time.

What is a negative ion hair dryer? ›

An ionic hair dryer is a type of hair dryer that gives off a negative ionic charge. “The negative ions from the dryer counteract with positive ionic charges in your hair, which are caused by damage to your hair's cuticle,” explains celebrity colorist Jeremy Tardo.

Do hair dryers use a lot of electricity? ›

In the USA Hairdryers tend to be limited to 1875 Watts even though this slightly edges them over the 15 amp circuits used there. In the UK and Europe They can go up to 3000 Watt in theory on a 13amp socket, however they tend to be about 2200 Watts and smaller dryers are rated at 1200W.

How often should you replace hair dryer? ›

Your hairdryer should be replaced every two to seven years, according to expert hairstylists. The length of time depends on the quality of the product, and how often it's used. If you blow dry your hair every day, it will wear out much closer to two years than for occasional users.

How many watts is the average hair dryer? ›

Most hair dryers will have a power rating label to indicate the maximum wattage, which typically ranges from 800 to 1800 watts. The energy use of a typical hair dryer first depends on which model it is using. Unheated air can use as few as 70 watts of power, but a hairdryer on high heat will use around 1500 watts.

Are expensive hairdryers worth it? ›

In general, more expensive hair dryers are lighter, last longer and dry your hair faster. For Kelly McCarthy, stylist and colorist at Kelly McCarthy Hair in Chicago, these qualities are particularly important. “In the salon, time is not only money, but it is also seriously valued by the customer,” she said.

What is the advantage of an ionic hair dryer? ›

They use less heat than regular blow dryers, and long drying times mean that your hair will not be blown away by hot air more than necessary. Negative ions are great for people with curly hair. Ion technology neutralizes static charges and tightens the cuticle for a smooth, shiny, non-curly finish.

Is Philips hair dryer good? ›

Overall its compact packaging makes it easy to use and travel friendly. It looks nice and the quality of the material is so good. It doesn't come with any travel pouch but according to its price it is a great buy for me. And it is a 1200W hair dryer, which pretty good for daily use.

Why is the Dyson hairdryer better for your hair? ›

Dyson claims that the Supersonic hair dryer is actually better for your hair, "engineered to protect hair from extreme heat damage." The thermal sensor on the Supersonic measures the exit flow temperature of the air over 40 times a second, so it's constantly regulating the air temperature to keep your hair safer from ...

Is Revlon a good hairdryer? ›

If you want to get smooth blowouts and add more shine to your hair, then the Revlon 1875W Ionic Hair Dryer is the best option. Its ionic technology reduces frizz to give you ultimate runaway shine and soft, gorgeous hair. It features a 3x ceramic coating for less hair damage.

Are ceramic hair dryers good for fine hair? ›

Ceramic hair dryers are considered to be ideal for all hair types but particularly helpful for fine hair. Most people with fine hair often complain about heat damage from hair dryers, but a ceramic dryer doesn't use a lot of heat to dry hair. The distribution of heat is even and dries the whole head quickly.

What's the difference between ceramic and tourmaline hair dryers? ›

Ceramic dryers emit non-damaging infrared heat. Tourmaline hair dryers emit infrared heat and negative ions, making the heat much gentler on the hair during styling for a shinier and less frizzy finish.

How long are hair dryers good for? ›

Depending on quality, and care, the life of a blow dryer can range anywhere between 10 months and 8 years (in my experience). But generally speaking, a regular blow dryer should last on average about 3 years. But again, without proper maintenance (just keep the filter clean and the cord untangled!)

Are all hair dryers the same? ›

Not all hair dryer types are created the same, so know which kind to use. "The ionic technology creates millions of negative ions, and what the ionic hair dryers help to do is break down the water molecule," says Richman.

Is Dyson coming out with a new hair dryer 2022? ›

Dyson announced to their globally-obsessed audience on March 16 that a brand new 2.0 version of the bestselling Airwrap styler is set to come out Summer 2022.

Does the Dyson hair dryer cause heat damage? ›

“With Dyson, you can easily cut down on styling time and it will never cause heat damage.”

Is Dyson less damaging to hair? ›

The Dyson Airwrap temperature does not reach this benchmark. With this study in mind, it is safe to say that the device shouldn't burn the hair's keratin, which also indicates that it is less likely to damage your hair with regular use.

Is ceramic or titanium hair dryer better for fine hair? ›

Ceramic irons and dryers are best suited for thin, fine, fragile hair, due to their ablilty to limit heat exposure and lock in moisture. Titanium is an very lightweight, but an extremely strong metal. Because of its chemical make-up, it heats up incredibly quickly and holds intense heat with little protection.

What is the difference between ionic and titanium hair dryer? ›

Ceramic hairdryers are ionic in nature, so they discharge negative ions into the hair shaft, making your hair look fuller, bouncy, and shinier. Titanium hair dryers also have a few unique advantages. They are better at maintaining a steady temperature, and typically dry hair faster than their ceramic counterparts.

Is 2000 watts good for a hair dryer? ›

Is a 2000-watt hair dryer good? Yes. A 2000-watt hair dryer reduces drying time with more power. This, in turn, minimizes heat damage to the hair.

Is Dyson hair dryer ionic? ›

You can choose from multiple speed and heat settings for fast, regular or gentle drying. It produces negative ions to help reduce static in your hair.

Is Ionic Hair Dryer good for styling? ›

Ionic hair dryers are a great grooming essentials for women. Ionic dryers give your hair adequate drying capacity without making them look frizzy and adds a satiny glow to it. So, pick ionic hair dryers from brands like Philips, Remington, Havells, and many more to give your hair a salon-like finish.

What is the difference between ionic and negative ionic hair dryers? ›

Without getting too scientific, ionic hair dryers generate negative ions (instead of positive ones) that break up water molecules to dry hair faster than most traditional versions. Another pro with negative ions is that they seal the cuticle to cut down on frizz and flyaways for a super-smooth look.

Is negative ion good for hair? ›

Negative ions help restore the ionic balance of the hair to tame frizz and smooth strands.

What does the ionic button mean on a hair dryer? ›

Your hair is like a concentrated ball of positive charge when wet. Ionic dryers are crafted to emit a specific type of negative ion technology that essentially neutralizes this charge so you won't see static, frizz and unruly behavior.

Does it matter what hair dryer you use? ›

The two pillars of a good hair dryer are heat and control. Depending on your hair type, you'll want to really take advantage of the different Cool, Warm, and Hot settings, along with the varying air speeds (fine hair does well with cool-to-warm temperature, while curly hair needs high heat at a low air speed).

Which hair dryer brush is least damaging? ›

Our experts generally preferr brushes with a combination of nylon and tufted bristles, which they say help create the best tension and control for styling most hair types. Ceramic bristles are also a good option as they help distribute heat evenly to prevent excess heat damage to hair.

How do you use a hair dryer without damaging your hair? ›

How to blow-dry hair without damage
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  2. Towel dry your hair before adding heat. ...
  3. Use a heat protectant. ...
  4. Keep the heat at medium. ...
  5. Don't over-dry your hair. ...
  6. Blow-dry in fluid motions. ...
  7. Take your time. ...
  8. Don't blow-dry your hair too often.
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Do hair dryers damage your hair? ›

Hair dryers are commonly used and can cause hair damage such as roughness, dryness and loss of hair color. It is important to understand the best way to dry hair without causing damage.

What makes one hair dryer better than another? ›

In general, more expensive hair dryers are lighter, last longer and dry your hair faster. For Kelly McCarthy, stylist and colorist at Kelly McCarthy Hair in Chicago, these qualities are particularly important. “In the salon, time is not only money, but it is also seriously valued by the customer,” she said.

When should you replace a hair dryer? ›

Your hairdryer should be replaced every two to seven years, according to expert hairstylists. The length of time depends on the quality of the product, and how often it's used. If you blow dry your hair every day, it will wear out much closer to two years than for occasional users.

Are ionic hair dryers worth it? ›

Are ionic hair dryers better than regular hair dryers? Typically, ionic technology is best suited for thicker, dry, and/or frizzy hair due to its ability to lock in moisture and leave behind a soft, smooth finish. If you're seeking volume and fullness, regular models are best.

Is a Dyson hairdryer worth it? ›

The Dyson does not come cheap, but if you're looking to tick boxes and make life more convenient, it is worth every penny - especially for people who are in a rush, want to combine straightening and drying, and are in need of a more peaceful existence.

What is the difference between Revlon one step hair dryer and volumizer? ›

The biggest difference: The new limited-edition Revlon Titanium Max One-Step Volumizer has a smaller barrel size (2.4-inch compared to the original One-Step's 4.2-inch barrel), which shoppers note can be more ideal for those with shorter hair or those who desire to get a little bit closer to the roots when drying.

Do dryer brushes damage hair? ›

While any form of heat styling can damage your hair, heated brushes are one of the safest styling tools out there. Heated brushes create minimal damage because they use less direct heat than curling irons or hair straighteners.

What is the healthiest way to dry hair? ›

First, let your hair dry naturally, about 70-80% of the way dry. Then, with your dryer on the coolest setting (don't touch that hot setting!), blow your hair dry, keeping the dryer about 6-inches away from hair at all times and moving it around continuously. Voilà: gorgeous, healthy hair, without the heat.

How do you air dry your hair without frizzing it? ›

This is how to air dry your hair without it going frizzy
  1. 1 Switch your towel (and your technique) When hair is wet it's at its most fragile so grabbing a towel and roughly drying is a big no-no. ...
  2. 2 Use a comb, not a brush. ...
  3. 3 Ditch the shampoo. ...
  4. 4 Use leave-in conditioner. ...
  5. 5 Style your hair when it's wet.
6 Jul 2021

How do you dry your hair after washing it? ›

After washing your hair, most people rub their hair dry to remove excess water, or wrap a towel around the top of their head. This is not the best practice. Instead, gently pat your wet hair with a towel and loosely wrap the towel around your hair keeping it on for several minutes to remove excess water.

What happens if we use hair dryer daily? ›

Split ends, breakage, and brittle hair. It doesn't matter if you hit your hair with the heat everyday or once a week, the fact of the matter is, every time you do it is going to cause damage, so ideally, you want to avoid blow drying altogether, or go as long as you can between blow drys.

Which is more damaging hair dryer or straightener? ›

More people burn their hair with flatirons than blow drying. Always have a product in your hair to steam out to avoid burning.

What is the best way to dry hair? ›

Neither just air-drying nor just blow-drying is healthy for your hair. The best way to keep your locks luscious and healthy is to do a combination of the two. It is recommended that you let your hair air-dry 70-80% of the way and then blow-dry until completely dry.

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