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Theden

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Can anybody suggest a good hairdryer that's heavy and powerfull? One of my stylists is rather fussy lol she wa using a Tigi pro one but it's broke and we no longer have a Tigi account we have loads of parlix ones which I prefer but she says there to light and not as powerfull.
 

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I've got a Wella one at the mo and it's been great!! Fransen are also good :)
 

Tan N Hair

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We have started using the g.h.d dryers they are brilliant. If you retail them they give you them free to use in salon. No other dryer compares to them . X
 

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Eti 2000 turbo dryer is what you are after. Got some weight to them but not too much that it strains your arm to hold and the power Is immense!!! X
 

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Wahl academy are both heavy and powerfull why would anyone want heavy tho?
 

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