Babyliss Essentials Turbo Dry 2000 Watts Hair Dryer Reviews
Product Type: Babyliss Hair Dryer
Newest Review: ... very flat on the top of my head. For both short and long hair, I've found that the Babyliss hairdryer does the job. I used ... more
by - written on 25/05/13 (Very useful, 44 readings)
I've had bad luck with hairdryers - they keep dying on me. I'm not sure why, maybe hair gets into them, but for several years I seemed to be buying one every 1-2 years. However my current one has reached the three year mark, so it must be doing something right. I bought the Babyliss Essentials Turbo Dry from Argos for around £14. I didn't pay much attention to the features, I was simply looking for one which looked like it was of reasonable quality for a low price, and not the cheapest in the catalogue. The hairdryer is black, with a purple Babyliss logo and design on the side. It has just one switch on it, which controls the speed or force of the air, ... Read the complete review
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