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Kadori Professional Salon Hair Dryer G.U.Y 2300

INTRODUCING KADORI G.U.Y 2300 FLYWEIGHT PROFESSIONAL HAIRDRYER, THIS IS A HAIRDRYER WITH A DIFFERENCE. Introducing our G.U.Y professional, high performance hairdryer. Already the hair dryer chosen by stylists, this is a hairdryer you'll love. This professional Flyweight motor preforms significantly faster than other hairdryers, while the body itself is shaped to give you a faster blow-dry. Its lightweight conveniently alleviates wrist strain for effortless drying. The G.U.Y technology doesn't just dry your hair, it Goes Under Your cuticles with its advanced ionic technology it maintains a high consistent and even distribution of heat in order to expand the hairs cuticle and then allows the infra-red rays and amp; ions to penetrate the hair for fast, frizz free drying. Locking in moisture for softer, shinier results that last longer.


  • Hair dryer weights only 380G with powerful long-lasting 1875 Watts motor
  • Nano Ceramic tourmaline ionic Air Technology
  • Engineered fan generates a high volume of ion-enriched air
  • 3 Wind settings, 3 heat settings and 1 instant cold shot button
  • 10-Feet Power cord with hanging loop, Includes professional DIFFUSER




My old hair dryer would take about twenty minutes total to fully dry my hair. My hair is quite long at about waist length, and is sort of thick too. With this Kadori dryer, my hair was completely dry in under ten minutes! I was blown away by how fast it dried my hair, let alone at the power of it. With various settings to control how hot and hard you want it, this is the perfect dryer for me and my long hair woes! 

If you're in need of a hair dryer, I highly recommend this one!

5/5




**No compensation was received for posting. Product was received to facilitate a review through Amazon Vine.

Comments

  1. Sounds like a true winner! I don't have very long hair, but I HAVE A LOT OF IT! haha it's very thick, so it's hard to dry.

    -Lauren
    www.letsgetbeyondtolerance.blogspot.com

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  2. Wow, it sounds great! I checked it out at Amazon too. The price, while higher than what I've paid in the past for a hairdryer, isn't too prohibitive.

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