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You can pay anywhere from $20 to $200 for a blow-dryer or a straightening iron, but it doesn't really matter what you spend," said Lisa Lee Freeman, ShopSmart's editor in chief.
When a blow-dryer isn't enough to iron out those curls and kinks, straightening irons can get the job done - at least the right one.
ShopSmart tested 10 models of blow-dryers on swatches of human hair in an environment chamber to keep temperature and humidity steady.
In addition to the blow-dryers and curling irons that have long been a staple of the category, grooming items and hair removal products are commanding increasing attention at retail.
While blow-dryers represent one of the most popular areas in personal appliances there are a number of other hair care products that are helping drive sales.
Continue working with a brush and blow-dryer until hair is dry.
Your next weapons are a powerful blow-dryer and a round brush--or, if your hair's too tangle-prone for round-brush maneuvers, a straightening comb attachment for your blow-dryer.
Heat your metal lash curler with your blow-dryer for a few seconds.
Buy a blow-dryer like the Conair Metal Pro 1875 (S35, www.
Thanks to the invention of blow-dryer and curling iron and women's lib, young women didn't want any part of their mothers' wardrobe.
Or set your hair dry, spray on a volumizer and blast it with a blow-dryer.
The blow-dryer days are still here, but people are looking for easier ways to run out of the house," said LaCour.
DONALD Trump had to get the blow-dryers out yesterday as rain threatened to spoil the grand opening of his pounds 170million Great Dunes of Scotland golf course.
Mild-mannered folk formerly obsessed with word counts and copping the lead position for their story in the week's News section exhibit a newfound interest in voice lessons and begin price shopping for blow-dryers and hair stylists.
They heat hair to much higher temperatures than blow-dryers do, remove strongly bonded water, and destabilize proteins, weakening the hair shaft, notes Martin.