9 Best Hair Dryers for 2014
Should you spend $200 on a blow dryer? Or will a $20 model do the trick? Keep clicking to find out
Why it's great: If the price tag doesn't give you heart palpitations, you might want to give the super-powerful Rusk CTC Lite a shot. Users promise that, despite the cost, "you'll love this amazing blow-dryer once you try it." One reviewer remarks, "I was surprised at the speed in which this hair dryer dried my hair. Because my hair was not subjected to heat for a long time, the level of flyaways was reduced. This is well worth the price."
One unhappy reader reports the dryer burned out after five months and another says, "I have to unplug everything in my bedroom and bathroom to avoid a short!" Despite these complaints, there is enough love for this high-end dryer to land it in our top picks.
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