Review: Nicky Clarke Frizz Control Hairdryer

Nicky Clarke Frizz Control Hairdryer - £19.99
I have something embarrassing to admit. I have never owned a hairdryer before. Well, not a real one, anyway. When I was about 8 year old I received a Mary-Kate and Ashley Hairdryer for Christmas but the burning smell it made when I switched it on kind of put me off it.

Since then I either stole my sisters hairdryer (which she was thrilled about) or I let my hair dry naturally which, with long hair like mine, takes a very long time. Luckily, or un-luckily, depends which way you look at it, my sister moved to university and bought me a hairdryer as a 'aw you're stuck at home' present.

She bought me the Nicky Clarke (NHD120) Frizz Control Hair Dryer. It has 2000W and ionic technology to help stop frizz and is supposed to style my hair to 'perfection'. Let's have a look at the other specs:
- 2000W
- DC motor (lightweight and easy to control)
- Ionic Technology
- 2 speeds
- 3 heat settings
- Cool shot button
- Styling concentrator
- Diffuser

That all sounds great doesn't it? But does it work? YES! I have quite long hair and on the quickest speed I can dry my hair completely in under 5 minutes using this hairdryer which is pretty amazing. Using past hairdryers it would take me about 15 minutes to dry my hair and even then the ends would be wet still.

This hairdryer is so easy to use and dries hair in no time. I know you can get fancier hairdryers with 8 different speeds, higher watts, 12 different climate types and an electronic hairbrush add-on but in my eyes a hairdryer is a hairdryer. And this is a very good one.

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