Best Hair Dryer In America

I’m rating kind-of high on the anxiety scale at the moment. Just can’t seem to reel myself back in.

I’m not even going to get started on the details.

The photo above shows the cheap, crappy attachments that came with the last hair dryer I bought.

My old one had been falling apart for awhile. Finally the two halves of plastic separated. I thought about duct taping it back together but then I thought, this is a device that shoots hot air and I aim it at my head.

So I ran out and got a new one.

It was a choice of about 6 models all about the same price.

The first time I used it I tried that diffuser attachment and it kept falling off and hurt when it hit me in the head. (Which I guess technically isn’t the dryer’s fault.)

I don’t know why I don’t just throw them away. But I have them in the drawer, all handy just in case I want to try them again.

One time I had some lotion on my hands when I used it and wiped off the writing that says high-low-off. I already can’t remember what the top one said.

Maybe they should save the 16 cents they used to make the crappy attachments and use some sort of label that lasts.

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2 Responses to Best Hair Dryer In America

  1. Marvin says:

    Oh, I know! Hair dryers that are well-made went out with buggy whips.

  2. Lorelei says:

    That must have been some powerful lotion!

    I have a hairdryer that has high-off-low (with “off” really in the middle) and yet the instructions say to always put it on “low” first before turning it off. If you have to go through “off” in order to put it on “low,” how can you follow that instruction? Maybe you’re not allowed to use the “high” setting at all. It’s easier to just go stand outside after you wash your hair.

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