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Re: Hairdryer Suggestions Please

simollie...which model do you own??? I'm looking now.

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Re: Hairdryer Suggestions Please

I just got an Andis dryer at Target, 1875 watts, comes with comb and brush attachments, love it. Only $22.

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Re: Hairdryer Suggestions Please

On 6/12/2014 luvboyds said:

simollie...which model do you own??? I'm looking now.

I have the Original Super Solano and the Sedu 4000i. Love them both...don't see much difference between the 2 except for the size and weight. The Solano is the cheaper of the 2. Purchased both through Folica.com.

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Thanks a bunch Shelbelle!!

Thanks simollie! I saw that one and it has the most reviews so I kinda figure that was the one. Thanks for responding.

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Re: Hairdryer Suggestions Please

Another vote for SuperSolano. I have very thick hair, gets dry easily from excessive blow drying and this one dries my hair fast without blowing it all over the place.

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Re: Hairdryer Suggestions Please

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Re: Hairdryer Suggestions Please

I've had the same T3 Protege for a decade. I love it. Even the hairbrush from T3 is still going strong and is my fave as well. I was kind of "oh my, look at the price!" but considering I haven't bought a dryer since, it worked out cheaper than the lousy ones I'd bought and would go bad a year or two later. And it really does make my hair shiny. I can recommend their brushes as well. They are all I use.