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a hand-held electric blower that can blow warm air onto the hair

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The blowdryer keeps getting pulled out of the socket as he walks to the other side of his customer's chair.
The pediatric patient and family will need to be taught to blot the outer cast dry with a towel and then use a blowdryer on a low setting to dry the inside synthetic padding (Johnson & Johnson, 1986).
Gretchen styles herself like Letty Aquanets the thin blonde hair skyward and sets the lanky mess with her mom's blowdryer.
A roll-call at the mike, for some of the liveliest poets in Aloud, is a shout for building the poetry audience through the sound of words and nothing else-Paul Beatty, Sparrow, Eileen Myles, Jennifer Blowdryer, Pauly Arroyo, Pedro Pietri, Edwin Torres, Maggie Estep, Adrienne Su, Willie Perdomo and hundreds of others.
Even if the market grows 2500%, it will still be less than the value of the American blowdryer market.
They had to get him a new jacket and even broke out a blowdryer.
Get yourself one step closer to the `just stepped out of a salon' look and treat your locks to a brand new blowdryer.
These ingredients work with the heat of a blowdryer to improve the condition of the hair.
He's a great cutter, nice blowdryer and a really friendly bloke.
Get yourself one step closer to the 'just stepped out of a salon' look and treat your locks to a brand new blowdryer.
The snug will be pitching up at Metro Centre from 3rd - 6th November, so why not pop along to enjoy some toasty treats, including heated massage chairs, hot blowdryers and steaming cups of tea?
Mackmin's staging bravely and rightly shuns glamour (the excellent sets and costumes are by Lez Brotherston): dresses are appropriately sack-like, and lipsticks and blowdryers clearly have been banned from backstage.
The company has recently added panthenol, proteins and UV filters to European Formula products to address both the everyday factors that can cause hair to become dull and lifeless, and the damage inflicted by blowdryers and curling irons.
For cars, 63%; for personal computers, just 8% - tied with blowdryers.