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Professional Hot Tools Dryer Review

 


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Blow drying your hair on top of using a curling iron or straightening iron can be very damaging to the hair.

Most people choose to blow dry their hair because it leaves a much smoother and more manageable finish than air dried hair, but it can be difficult to find a blow dryer that gives great results. People want to be able to quickly dry their hair without creating damage. That is why Hot Tools has created blow dryers with fast drying times, minus the damaging elements.

Hot Tools dryers use direct ION technology which generates millions of artificial negative ions. These negative ions can cut drying time by 40% and reduce static by sealing the cuticles of the hair to create shine and softness. Some Hot Tools blow dryers also contain a pro-moisture system which creates tourmaline generated negative ions that help hydrate the hair even more. This system helps further reduce drying times and has unique benefits on the hair.

Hot Tools has established various different collections with a number of options and features. The Professional, Hot Tools Ionic, CeramicTi Tourmaline, Nano Ceramic, Pink Titanium, Diamond Platinum, and Blue Ice TitaniumTi lines all carry different types of blow driers. Each and every one of them incorporates the direct ION technology to cut drying time and produce shine. The CeramicTi Tourmaline dryer is the only dryer that also offers the pro-moisture system. The Diamond Platinum dryers and Blue Ice TitaniumTi dryers include Nano Silver elements.

The Professional line has several different models including a Whisper Quiet dryer, a Turbo Hot Tools dryer, and Bella dryer to provide different features for each and every professional hair stylists’ needs. The Nano Ceramic collection has three light weight energy efficient models and one turbo model for the ultimate blow drying experience. The Pink Titanium collection offers two different models with a number of different attachments including a diffuser, pik, and concentrator. Both models are light weight and energy efficient. The Blue Ice TitaniumTi model has a cool shot feature and is quiet.

For the best results, make sure you don't place the blow dryer too close to your hair. Even though Hot Tools blow dryers are intended to lessen damage you do not want to apply direct heat on the hair. A steady stream of hot air from a few inches away will still quickly and effectively dry your hair.

Prior to drying your hair apply a heat protecting product to eliminate damage. You can also apply a volumizing product at the roots for added volume. When blow drying your hair use a flat brush for sleek straight hair and a round brush for voluminous rounded ends. If you are trying to create a lot of volume, use the rounded brush to pull sections of your hair upwards while turning the brush. Once sections are dry spritz with hair spray and roll the section to the base of your head and pin into place. You can blast the pin curls with cold hair if your Hot Tools dryer has that option or you can let it set for a few minutes and then let the sections down. Purchase a Hot Tools Dryer .

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