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Salon Appliances

 –  Very few men and women wake up with their hair ready to be shown off to the world. To look great, you must care for your hair with the best of the best, and that's just what you'll get when you use salon appliances. These products use heat to make it easier to style your hair, so you can get from that just-woke-up look to a ready-to-impress style without any hassle.
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Salon quality hair dryers are used to remove unwanted moisture from your hair. When the heat from the blow dryer comes in contact with the strands, it causes evaporation and hastens the drying process. Hair dryers designed for professional use are often more powerful than basic models, so they can dry the hair more quickly. Plus, many salon blow dryers have multiple level settings, so that you can adjust the amount of heat given off by the device to suit your needs.

Curling irons are another salon appliance that use heat to assist with styling. However, these thermal tools are used on dry locks rather than wet tresses. A curling iron has a round barrel around which sections of hair are wrapped. The heat from the iron encourages the curling and helps the hair form the chemical bonds needed to create a ringlet, spiral or wave. If you have very fine hair, you may need to apply salon styling products to enhance the effects of the curling iron.

Hot rollers are also used to curl the hair, but work differently than curling irons. Sold in sets, hot rollers are individual tubes around which small sections of hair are wound. Some rollers are designed to stay in place on their own, while others require clamps or clips. After a set period of time, the rollers are gently removed and the curls are styled.

Flat irons are salon appliances that produce the opposite effect of curling irons and hot rollers: straightening the hair instead of curling it. These products have clamp-like jaws that grip the hair. When the flat iron is pulled down along a section of strands, it breaks the bonds that encourage curling, leaving the hair smooth and straight.

To get the most from salon appliances, it's important that you use high quality hair care products on a daily basis. Look for salon shampoos and salon conditioners formulated for your hair type. You can also find ready-made groupings of formulas in salon value sets to make shopping more affordable and less time consuming. Because healthy hair care is an ongoing effort, you shouldn't give up your daily routine when you go away. Invest in compact salon appliances and salon travel sizes to take with you on the road, so that you can keep looking your best when you're away from home.

Discover how easy styling can be when you have the right tools at your disposal and healthier hair from root to tip. Shop the drugstore.com collection to find the salon appliance that will help you master the perfect style.

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