A Cool New Way to Blow Dry Hair
It's summertime and the living is easy. Well, a little bit easy. You still have to blow dry your hair to have it look half-way decent, and that means blasting hot air all over your head when it’s scorching outside. Maybe that’s why so many women take it upon themselves to chop off their strands during the hot summer months and imprison their blow-dryer in the cabinet below the sink. But what if we told you there is a new way to get straight, dry hair without hot, hot heat? Would you still get a short bob or a pixie cut come August?
The new Jose Eber Infrared Blow Dryer ($219) heats your hair from the inside out, not the surface of the hair, with far infrared light. So not only is the time it takes for you to blow out your hair cut in half, but the air feels cool on your scalp. No more hot spots, damage or sweat while trying to get ready in the morning. The ultra-violet technology also has antimicrobial properties so it helps remove any bacteria or buildup on your scalp, which leads to shinier, smoother hair.
The dryer is a little bit on the heavy side, but remember, you will spend less time holding it. If you have a ton of curly hair you need to get straight, you might need something a little more heavy duty than this dryer, otherwise, it's fantastic for those looking for a cool new way to blow-dry hair.