Before anyone else feels the need to point this out, YES! I do know this is an old thread… I didn’t think it was necessary to junk up the board any more than it already is with duplicate threads… I’m asking basically the same question but i totally think there is something to it.
Anyway, I Just wanted to add my recent experience with blow dryers to the mix. I’m the kind of person that follows the old adage of “If it ain’t broke don’t fix it” way of thinking when it comes to most appliances. So… I’ve had the same ole two hair blow dryers for the past several years. A regular size dryer and a smaller travel size. They blew hot air, dried hair, mission accomplished …period.
Unfortunately, the last one died a couple of days ago. I “thought” my dryer did a decent enough job, though my hair was never as smooth and pretty as my hair stylist seemed to be able to make it. I always attributed this to her “superior” experience and/or hair products.
I went shopping for a new one and chose a Revlon turbo styler with ionic technology promising “silky smooth results”. After using my new blow dryer, my hair looked wonderful. Absolutely zero frizz! NONE! My hair looked just like I walked out the salon. So, for me and my hair, this blow dryer worked much better than my old ones. I always thought all that crap was marketing hooey, the same as everyone that responded to this thread previously.
What say you? Those of you that may be knowledgeable in such areas? What blow dryer magic was at work here?