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    Question The best blowdryer??

    I need one for dd's hair, she's transitioning from a texturizer...well, I need mostly just to get her hair straight enough for ponytails.

    The ones I bought in the past BROKE, the comb attachment came off!! I know, cheap...Maybe I just need to invest into a top quality so that I can stop wasting $$$.

    Also what do you find is a good solution to put on hair for blowdrying for a finished polished look? I tried moisturizing with Neutrogena Triple Moisture Leave In Creme and Wave Nouveu Finishing Lotion...still could've gotten straighter.
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    Very Good Question. I need one myself and the one I have is good (not great for relaxed heads not SUCKS for natural hair (transitioning would be out of the question). Safe to say I or at least my family is also is in the market for a GOOD quality one (this time I'm looking and not my mom or older sister).
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    I use the Conair Hair Designer for myself and my daughter. It has a comb like attachment which is better for relaxed hair as it straightens while it dries. Not exactly like a flat iron, but nice and straight. It is a little tricky and takes a little practice to use it easily. I use the concentrator nozzle and a Denman brush on my daughter's hair when I want it to be straighter, and it works like a charm. Two heat settings and a cold shot button to "set" the hair. My husband bought it for me Christmas 2007, and I stopped using my professional dryer altogether because this one dries faster, and it is smaller and lighter, which means my arms don't get tired from the weight.

    Here are links to the two styles of Hair Designer; I have the blow dryer type.

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    Thanks CarolinaGirl. The one I have now is a crock of crap.
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    yea well I used that site to do research and I did buy one on..Saturday it was the Hot Shot Tourmaline, Ionic Professional dryer it was 39.99 from Sally's, but I still want my SEDU I just wanted to try to get my technique down before I purchased the big guns!
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    Ok I have the Ion Tourmaline hairdryer and it's light and does a great job on my dd hair.

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    I need to invest in a really good hair dryer as well.. good post ladies

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    When you use a good quality hair dryer you can tell the difference. I mean all of them will dry your hair but the $9.99 ones will give you damaged hair as well.
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    Yes, I have a little cheap blow dryer....and I really need a new one, an expensive one, I'm glad you made this thread because it made me realize that I really need a better dryer and stop being so cheap...

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