Curly Hair Dryers: The Best

Curly Hair Dryers: The Best ...

Sophie Rose Gutterman, a hairstylist who spoke with Elite Daily for this article, believes that everyone should have a good blow dryer. "The best way to dry curly hair is with a diffuser," Gutterman adds.

The Expert

Sophie Rose Gutterman is a celebrity hairstylist with a local office in Los Angeles. Her experience spans editorial, marketing, and red carpet events.

How To Blow Dry Curly Hair

Gutterman advises that you apply a heat protector before you blow dry your hair. "It will still be frizzy when it's dry," she says, adding, "Make sure the curls are defined before you blow drying your hair." Gutterman's favorite product is the Zotos Professional All About Curls Bouncy Cream, which "is made from 100% cotton," which provides a soft touch.

The Best Curly Hair Dryers

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"I like this dryer because it has heat control," Gutterman says of the T3 AireLuxe, which she personally blows dry her curls. The lightweight dryer has five heat settings as well as a cool shot button, and it includes a softtouch 3 diffuser attachment for curls, which is compatible with the AireLuxe.

Relevant Review: "This is a fantastic replacement for my old T3 hair dryer, which we've been using for eight years, and wow this one dries hair so much better, very swiftly and efficiently, another great hair dryer from a trusted brand, the only brand my family will ever use."

Heat Settings: Five Speed Settings: Three Diffuser Attachments Included: No

The Best Hair Dryer With A Built-In Diffuser

The Bed Heads Curlipops Diffuser Dryer is designed for natural curls and waves. It has a higher airflow that is especially helpful for those with thicker hair. It also has a cool shot button and two speed settings for a more customizable blow dry.

Relevant Review: "If you're a curly lady, you know how essential it is to get a good dryer and diffuser. This is a great dryer that combines all of the above features to make your hair soft. Even if you don't have thick hair, it will be great to travel with.

Three Speed Settings: Two Diffuser Attachments Included: Yes

Under $50, the Best Hair Dryer

This hot tools Ionic Ceramic Salon Hair Dryer is a great choice for those who want to get their hair styled in a salon environment that doesn't require any additional accessories. Ceramic heats the hair more evenly and ionic technology reduces unwanted frizz. There are three heat settings and three speed settings with this one, as well as a cool shot button that helps set your style.

Relevant Review: "As a curly-haired person, I have tried many hair dryers without any success until now. This one is the perfect. [My] curls are silky smooth and hold all day."

Three Speed Settings: Three Diffuser Attachment Included: Yes

The Best Budget-Friendly Hair Dryer

This drugstore hair dryer has more than 11,000 five-star ratings on Amazon. It also has a concentrator nozzle and diffuser attachments for additional styling versatility. In addition to three heat settings, three speed settings, and a cool shot button, the dryer also employs ionic technology and a faster drying time.

Relevant Review: "A professional grade dryer that gave my curly hair fantastic results." The diffuser attaches easily and made my curls look perfectly defined. A very powerful dryer that gets the job done quickly. []

Three Speed Settings: Three Diffuser Attachments: Yes

5.Travel-friendly hair dryer

The CHI Advanced Ionic Compact Dryer weighs only 1 pound, and it has three heat settings, a cool shot button, and two speed settings to customize your blow dry. CHI uses ceramic technology and an ionic generator to heat the hair evenly while keeping flyaways and static from damaging your curls.

Relevant Review: "I love this dryer. It has reduced my curly hair drying time [to] 30 minutes or less. It is excellent as the diffuser attachment comes with it."

Three Speed Settings: Two Diffuser Attachment Included: Yes


Sophie Rose Gutterman, a Los Angeles-based celebrity hairstylist,

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