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The Ultimate Blow Out

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It’s not often our hairdryers get much attention but the latest collection of styling tools look every bit as good as they perform

BaByliss and Julien MacDonald Hairdryer, £49.99

BEST FOR: Those with designer taste

Fashion favourite Julien Macdonald and BaByliss have come together to create these affordable and stylish tools printed with silver, red and gold butterflies. As the heat vamps pretty high we recommend you apply a great protective oil before you dry. Kerastase new Elixir Ultime, £32.75, (out from December, kerastase.co.uk) contains an array of fabulous oils such as camellia and argon, to leave hair with extreme shine. comet.co.uk/julienmacdonald

Collexia Professional Hairdryer, available as a 2-in-1 Blow Dry Treatment at Inanch, £30

BEST FOR: Bounce, body and shine.

This revolutionary system combines both cosmetics with Ultrafast Double Power technology. The cosmetics’ come in the form of a tiny conditioning stick which sits in the nozzle of the dryer, it contains ingredients such as Keratin (the main ingredient in hair) and a multivitacomplex. The power of the blower reduces drying time and forces the treatment to be blasted onto strands. Inanch.com

Philips Hush Hairdryer, £35

BEST FOR: Those prone to headaches

As the UK’s quietest hairdryer, Philips are calling it the boyfriend–friendly blower. Its trick is in specially designed blade shapes and a low noise fan. Far from compromising on power, this dries long locks in a matter of minutes.boots.com

Sedu Revolution Pro Tourmaline Ionic 4000i Hair Dryer, £125

BEST FOR: Regular travellers

Hitting our shores straight from the US, Sedu have created a fantastic revolutionary styling range that include straighteners and a hair dryer. The hairdryer comes with an Ionic on/off function, which means you can change up the style of your blow dry by just pushing one button. Turn it on for a super sleek finish, or off for a little more texture. Its compact size makes it handy enough to take on your travels. spacenk.co.uk

Corioliss Couture Candy Cane Pro Turbo Dryer, £49.99

BEST FOR: Breaking away from black

After great success with their previous styling ranges Corioliss have created this cute and quirky couture collection. Featuring this 2000 watts hair dryer, the products really focus on colour and design- we love this Paul Smith inspired stripe. boots.com

Words: Samantha Freedman

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