Hair Dryers

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If you're managing your beauty on a budget, you'll be happy to know you can get a perfectly good hair dryer for less than $30, if you keep up with the sales. Case in point: the Revlon Tourmaline Ionic Hair Dryer ($28.95). This product has received rave reviews from users who were impressed by its high-quality performance and excellent price. This lightweight, sleek model features 2 speeds, 2 heat settings, and tourmaline ionic technology for quick and effective drying.

BaByliss Pro Ceramix Xtreme 2000 Watt Hair Dryer packs quite a powerful punch for its price tag, just less than $40. Sometimes, very powerful dryers can leave you looking like you just took a ride in a convertible on a windy day, but this model offers fantastic drying speed that leaves hair in great shape. It's not a particularly petite dryer, so it may not be as easy to wield as some of the new dryers on the market, but its strength will help you cut your styling time so you can get on with your day.

Hair dryers can be a little difficult to store. They generally have long cords that dangle down and get stuck in cabinet doors and drawers. The Conair Infiniti iSeries Cord-Keeper Folding Dryer takes care of that problem easily with its nifty retractable cord. The Infiniti Series has been named one of the best low-priced dryers money can buy, and this model selling for $24.99 adds convenience to its overall appeal.

Tourmaline Dryers

Tourmaline hair dryers are some of the latest innovations in hair care. If you're shopping for hair dryers, you may see the word tourmaline thrown around a lot, and understand that it's a selling point, but does it make a hair dryer better? To avoid a lengthy scientific explanation, here are the basics: The mineral tourmaline is a natural ionic and infrared generator. When a hair dryer is made of tourmaline, the negative ions and infrared heat given off help hair stay healthier. In short, it's a more hair-friendly way to dry.