Does Ulta sell the Deva Fuser diffuser?

I meant to stop in the store and check, but I forgot. The website for Ulta just says that Deva products are only sold in the store and not online.

If you did buy it there, what was the price?

I guess I could just call the store and ask

Thanks!
Sherry

ETA: I called the store and they do sell it. The price is $34.99. Is that more or less expensive than ordering it online somewhere (I haven't checked other sites or here yet)

Last edited by sherry7899; 11-13-2009 at 03:44 PM.
thats the best price and if u want to return it, it's easy
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Thank you both so much! How do you like the diffuser?
I really need help with volume on top, so that looks like it would work well. I hope I can get the hang of using it because I'm lousy at styling my hair.

Take care,
Sherry
the only experience I have with it is when Tiffany (struttswife) did my hair. She used it on me and I haven't been able to stop thinking about it since then. It did a great job and I was really impressed with it. I keep thinking about buying it even though I have a perfectly fine diffuser already. I'm seriously considering asking for it for Christmas!
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Thanks, Tinah. I have a perfectly fine diffuser, also and don't really need it. I'm just tempted by the thought that it could work better than the one I have. I just wish it weren't so big and bright green. There's no way I can hide that thing in the bathroom. I know I'll get a "what the h$LL is that" from my husband if he sees it.

Sherry
Thanks, Tinah. I have a perfectly fine diffuser, also and don't really need it. I'm just tempted by the thought that it could work better than the one I have. I just wish it weren't so big and bright green. There's no way I can hide that thing in the bathroom. I know I'll get a "what the h$LL is that" from my husband if he sees it.

Sherry
Originally Posted by sherry7899
OMG i had to laugh when i read this!!! I bought this on Sunday and my husband saw it and said those exact words!! I'm hiding my R2D2 which i just purchased but my son saw it and said it was ridiculous looking and wouldn't shut up. I had to quiet him before he brought attention to it
HAIR DESCRIPTION:
Wavy, Coarse Porous & Dry

FAVORITE PRODUCTS:

CJDF(Co-Wash)
CJH&B (Rinse out)
CCCC Lite
CIAB
Biosilk Rock Hard Gel or HESMU
That is so funny! My closet is right outside our bathroom, so I'm thinking I can just stick the diffuser in there. We have a walk in closet that we share, and a second closet that only I use (I'm lucky to have so much storage space) .How pathetic that I'm planning how to hide this thing if I buy it. My husband will soon start working much earlier hours so we won't even be home when I dry my hair

Although, we do have a ten year old son who sometimes can't keep his mouth shut who would probably notice it at some point.

Take care,
Sherry
I forgot to mention I gave the Devafuser to my daughter as it gave me tons of canopy frizz. I think I may have moved it around too much. If you have a separate hairdryer you can keep it attached to, that would work better. I broke a hinge (and it is stuck in my blowdryer) from removing it to replace with my usual diffuser. Plus it blows too much air. I know DelC2 uses it after her R2D2 to dry her roots
HAIR DESCRIPTION:
Wavy, Coarse Porous & Dry

FAVORITE PRODUCTS:

CJDF(Co-Wash)
CJH&B (Rinse out)
CCCC Lite
CIAB
Biosilk Rock Hard Gel or HESMU
Thanks for posting-does anyone have success using the Devafuser to dry all of their hair? I don't think my regular diffuser will fit on any other hair dryer we have, and I hate to keep switching back and forth for fear of something breaking. I also hate to spend the thirty dollars if it's only good for drying the roots.

Thank you,
Sherry

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