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Reliable beauty on the road: BaByliss Pro hairdryers

Reliable beauty on the road: BaByliss Pro hairdryers
Tamar Alexia Fleishman, Esq.

Oh, I know there are all of these "professional traveler" articles out there, advising you to not take a hairdryer when traveling. Those people are probably not traveling the way I do and the way you do! After all, there are concerts to attend, cocktail parties, pictures taken, new people to meet and new opportunities to greet.

Even if your hotel has a hair dryer -- sometimes they do, sometimes they don't, sometimes the dryer's at the receptionist desk as you're standing around naked after a shower -- that dryer most likely doesn't have the horsepower and modern technology that you need to have a great style. BaByliss Pro to the rescue! I was happy to be hosted to experience it.

Their travel dryer is very little and light: it folds up and they still include a little concentrator nozzle! It has a built-in dual voltage: you can leave that heavy, bulky converter at home. The Nano Titanium technology will help give you sleek shine, even if you travel to humid climes. No more frizz! I recently used this dryer traveling to Israel and it worked perfectly. It's light enough even if your journey is just to the health club.

Because it's lighter than traditional dryers, your arm won't grow weary while you're drying. That will help you style your hair better, as most people don't keep up with blow drying until their hair is completely dry. That means the cuticle is still open and water is present: frizz city!

The dryer is good even when you just need to redirect some hair, such as bangs that are driving you mad.