hair dryer


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Synonyms for hair dryer

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

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"The 'How Do You Reel It In?' campaign is a fun way for beauty mavens to engage with the Conair brand, and our new Infiniti Cord-Keeper hair dryer, by sharing their stories," said Conair director of marketing Paulette Helier.
The T-Studio Nano Silver consists of a hair dryer, curling irons and a straightener that run on nano silver technology, which removes impurities from hair.
Nowadays it's the fan or the hair dryer and he rarely gets the vacuum out any more.
NEW YORK -- The average woman spends 20 to 30 minutes blow-drying her hair every day, and the makers of electric hair dryers keep developing technologies to make that time more productive.
Offering hair dryers and styling appliances and letting shoppers know they are an integral part of a store's mix can therefore help drive sales across the entire spectrum of hair care items, retailers and suppliers say.
"Panasonic has developed some superb hair dryer technology that complements our shampoos, conditioners and styling aids," says Scott Rogers, Pantene Marketing director for North America.
* Iron/Ironing Board and Hair Dryer, in Each Room and Coffee Maker Upon Request
Blast from the past: A history of hair dryer production
These consisted of causal chains of events (such as turning on a hair dryer, placing a balloon in its air stream, and moving the balloon by tilting the dryer) and arbitrarily ordered events (for example, folding and unfolding a piece of paper, cutting off its corners, and drawing a star on it).
A HEARTBROKEN Midland beautician has spoken of her horror after her husband died in a major house fire ignited by a hot hair dryer she left on the bed.
Forget champagne and caviar, the Godfather Of Soul insists he gets a granny style hood hair dryer to set his bouffant hair.
The new Vidal Sassoon Ionic Sensor Touch Hair Dryer, for example, turns itself off when it is set down.
"Panasonic has developed some superb hair dryer technology that complements our shampoos, conditioners and styling aids," notes North American Pantene marketing director Scott Rogers.
NEW YORK -- The electric hair dryer segment is proving to be a hotbed of innovation with a flood of new devices and technologies speeding up hair drying while increasing both shine and softness.
The company is putting a new emphasis on its Vidal Sassoon Studio Tools, where it is able to hit higher price points by including high-end features borrowed from the professional side -- for example, the Vidal Sassoon Ionic Sensor Touch Hair Dryer, which turns itself off when it is set down.