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You know that feeling when you get your hair done at a salon, and the blowout leaves your locks shiny, soft, and pretty much perfect for the rest of the day?
There’s nothing quite so satisfying, but getting the same results with the hair dryer you have at home isn’t nearly as easy. Surely part of the reason is that you’re doing it yourself and can’t see or have the same control as someone standing behind you. But another factor stopping you from having Instagrammable hair every day may just be the tool you’re using.
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The Harry Josh Pro Tools Pro Dryer 2000 is the best hair dryer we’ve ever tested, and it typically comes at a steep price of $249. Right now, however, Dermstore is selling it for just $169. This is the absolute lowest price we’ve ever seen for this dryer. EVER. Seriously, the sale price usually falls around $180-$200, and the closest it’s ever gotten was right before the holidays when it dropped to $175.
Our tester loved that, despite being the heaviest model she tested, the Harry Josh was comfortable to hold the entire 22 minutes it took to dry her hair. She noted that its compact size provided better stability and balance, making it more comfortable than larger options. And it’s worth noting that 22 minutes was also the shortest time, with other models like the Dyson taking 26-29 minutes.
This deal is only available today, so if you’ve hated your hair dryer and want to treat yourself, this is your chance.
Get the Harry Josh Pro Tools Dryer at Dermstore for $169 (Save $80)
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