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Hair care and touch screens are two things that I don’t typically associate with each other. For the past 26 years, my hair styling has been relatively normal and low key. And then I was gifted a fancy new blow dryer from the Vidal Sassoon Touch Control Line.It might have taken me a few times … or a few weeks … to properly use the touch controls on the dryer, but now I can dry like a touch-screen pro.
At $44.99, this dryer is a total steal. There are over ten temperature and ten speed settings on this dryer, which means you can get very picky when it comes to exactly how you’d like to style your hair. And for such an inexpensive dryer, it does the job! My hair is dry in no time flat and it hasn’t done damage to my ends like other dryers. Plus it’s lightweight, so it’s easy to tote around for travel, which is what I did during all of my June trips. My dryer has already been to four different states!
While I feel fancy using the touch screen controls, I think I would prefer more basic (for lack of a better word) controls. It’s easy to turn on, set and lock, but it can be hard to unlock the settings when trying to turn off the dryer. Sometimes I give up and just unplug the dryer. It’s just a little too much work at the end of a long day.
Have you ever tried touch-screen hair tools?