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10 Hair Tools That Cut Drying Time In Half

Drying your hair can be the most time consuming part of styling, especially if you air dry. But giving the excuse of “I’m washing my hair” is a thing of the past with these time savers I’m sharing today. Here are 10 tools and appliances that will cut your drying time in half:

  • 10 Hair Tools and Appliances That Cut Drying Time in Half 1 of 11
    10 Hair Tools That Cut Drying Time In Half

    You're going to have so much extra time once you try these!

  • Deluxe SoftHood Hair Dryer Attachment, $15.94 2 of 11
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    Deluxe SoftHood hair dryer attachment easily attaches to any blow dryer for quicker dry time. It also has more ventilation holes that even distribute heat.

     

  • Conair Pro Style 1875 Watts Dryer, $44.99 3 of 11
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    If you have a set style and no time for it to air dry, then you need a Conair Pro Style 1875 Watts Dryer. Drying time is now minutes instead of the hours it would take to air dry your hair.

     

  • Remington Wet 2 Straight Flat Iron, $26.09 4 of 11
    Remington-Wet-2-Straight-Flat-Iron

    Remington Wet 2 Straight Flat Iron allows you to skip what is usually the most time consuming step — blow drying. The channels extract moisture from damp hair and allow steam to escape through the vents, drying hair and sealing the cuticle at the same time.

     

  • Vidal Sassoon Ionic Technology Multi Styler Hair Dryer, $19.99 5 of 11
    Vidal-Sassoon-Ionic-Technology-Multi-Styler-Hair-Dryer

    Vidal Sassoon Ionic Technology Multi Styler Hair Dryer is a blow dryer with two combs and a brush attachment. Using any one of these attachments makes drying hair easier. Using one hand to comb and blow dry helps you to section hair, decreasing styling sessions.

     

  • Aquis Essentials Microfiber Hair Towel, $16.99 6 of 11
    Aquis-Essentials-Microfiber-Hair-Towel

    Aquis Essentials Microfiber Hair Towel is made of ultra-fine microfibers that are super absorbent. The more water absorbed during towel drying, the less time spent blow drying or air drying.

     

  • Revlon Tourmaline Ionic 1875 Watt Dryer, $19.99 7 of 11
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    To make your blow-dry even speedier, choose a dryer with at least 1,800 watts. A high-powered dryer gets the job done in less time than a lower-wattage one. Revlon Tourmaline Ionic 1875 Watt Dryer is the perfect pick.

     

  • Revlon Intensity Soft Bonnet Dryer, $39.99 8 of 11
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    Revlon Intensity Soft Bonnet Dryer comes with an adjustable soft bonnet that gently dries your hair with a constant air flow. It has 3 drying speeds to cut your drying time in half.

     

  • Goody QuickStyle Water Wicking Comb, $6.99 9 of 11
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    Goody QuickStyle Water Wicking Comb has water wicking blade removes water with every stroke. In laboratory testing, the comb removed an average 20% of water from hair, according to the manufacturer.

     

  • Goody QuickStyle Paddle Brush, $12.99 10 of 11
    Goody-QuickStyle-Paddle-Brush

    Goody QuickStyle Paddle Brush is said to reduce water by 30% to dry faster with its absorbent microfiber bristles, according to the manufacturer.

  • T-shirt, FREE 11 of 11
    Swap Towel To T-shirt

    We all have old t-shirts that we wear around the house. Put those tees to good use by wrapping them around your hair like a turban.  The cotton of the t-shirt whisk away water without making hair frizzy like terry cloth towels do.

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