I like my dryer even though it wasn't all that pricey. It's a Vidal Sassoon variable ionic ceramic 1875 watt that came with fairly nice bowl diffuser with small holes so it doesn't blow my hair around. I think I bought it at Target about a yr ago for about $35. I like that it has a low heat setting and a cool shot button.
I have heard that the T3 and Chi dryers are supposed to be really good though they are pretty $$$ (over $100). I've seen them on ebay for less though. HTH!
3a bsl highlted hair ; mod CG since 6/4/07
current favs: JC's HCC and GLS, B2B Pom Co (old form.), Alagio Crzy Crl Balm
I got the Sedusa diffuser on curlmart. It's pricey-$54. Its great b/c I can fit all of my long hair in it and get nice volume and curls.
Does that fit on any hair dryer?? Do you think finer shorter hair would work with that or would it be a waste of $??
It fit on my dryer, which is a really old Conair one. My hair is BSL and I can fit most of my hair in it. Looking at your fotki I think your hair isn't too short, although some layers might not really fit in... I'm not sure.
Fotki UPDATED! 12-14-2007
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I have the same ionic revlon hairdryer shown above and I love it. My last revlon lasted me about 10 yrs. I bought my diffuser seperately at a beauty supply shop. I prefer diffusers that have a big deep bowl.
2c? Current Routine:June 2015
Co-wash: EO Geranium and Citrus Clarifying condish
Low-Po: SheaMoisture manuka honey intense hydration
Condish: SheaMoisture manuka honey intense hydration/Acure organics Moroccan Argan oil condish
Leave-in: Giovanni Direct
Stylers: Curls Gel-Les'C & Biotera gel, GF spray gel & Curls passionfruit control paste on ends
Treatments: Shea Moisture masques & Giovanni Nutrafix reconstuctor, jojoba & argan oils
I have the curl fusion ionic stylyer by Conair, and I love it. My hair is above shoulder length, and I'm a wavy. This dryer, coupled with the B&A method and products, has me at the very curly end of wavy!! Yea!! I have the best hair I've ever had these days!
Note the odd shape on the top and bottom.. it's asymmetrical. Do any of you sedusa owners think it would fit on my dryer? I'm sure the diameter is small enough, I'm just curious if the asymmetry would rule out any chance of it fitting?
Location: Frisco, TX
Fia type: 3a/F/ii Pics! Updated 04/22/10 CO Wash: Suave Coconut Leave-in: Deva Heaven in Hair Current Styler: Fuzzy Duck Gel
finally at waist length!
Xcptnl - You enabler, you! Haha, I just might, I've certainly been lusting after it long enough. But if I do it'll have to wait until after I get back from vacation. I don't think I could bear the thought of a Sedusa waiting in my PO for me all that time.
orangeserendipidy32 - I hear you on the big deep bowl diffusers! They're much better than the ones that usually come with dryers, if they even do come with diffusers. One of my hesitations besides basic dryer-fit issues with the Sedusa is the balancing act between a nice and deep bowl, and one that's too deep, though. My wave pattern is such that it benefits from a little scrunching by a diffuser to help set the waves, and since my hair is mid-length (just below shoulder length) I wonder if that's too short for the Sedusa to be able to give me that curl enhancement.
Only one way to find out, though, huh?
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