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The 13 Best Hair Dryers for the Perfect At-Home Blowout

These well-reviewed blow dryers make achieving salon-quality hair quick and easy.

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A worthwhile investment for any household, a quality hair dryer will not only help cut down on blow-dry time after showers, but it will also help you achieve beautiful, salon-level blowouts easily at home. Below, we’ve rounded up some of the most popular, top-rated hair dryers and innovative dryer brushes from reputable brands such as Dyson, T3, ghd and more. For those in dire need of a blowout, these picks are guaranteed to get the job done, leaving your hair looking shinier and appearing more voluminous than ever.

Read on for 13 of the best hair dryers for different hair types and needs. For more styling tool options, here are the best flat irons for all budgets.

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amika Hair Blow Dryer Brush

amika
Hair Blow Dryer Brush
$100 USD
SephoraSephora 

amika‘s Hair Blow Dryer Brush makes your hair look smooth, shiny and bouncy thanks to its negative ion technology. Some of the product’s key features include reducing the appearance of frizz and increasing hair volume.

Nume Signature Hair Dryer

Nume
Signature Hair Dryer
$139 USD
NumeNume 

Nume‘s Signature Hair Dryer is designed with far-infrared heat, negative ion conditioning technology and an AC motor for 35 percent less drying time. In addition, it features adjustable temperature and speed settings.

Best for All Hair Types

T3 Fit Hair Dryer

T3
Fit Hair Dryer
$150 USD
SephoraSephora 

Powered by advanced IonAir technology, T3’s Fit Hair Dryer dries hair quickly yet gently thanks to its IonAir technology. Providing a smooth, shiny finish is the ion generator that saturates airflow with negative ions.

Drybar Buttercup Blow Dryer

Drybar
Buttercup Blow Dryer
$199 USD
SephoraSephora 

Drybar‘s Buttercup Blow Dryer is another great option for tackling frizzy hair. It arrives with a nine-foot cord, a 1875-watt motor and two concentrator nozzles allowing you to customize the airflow to your liking.

Dyson Supersonic Hair Dryer

Dyson
Supersonic Hair Dryer
$250 USD
SephoraSephora 

Cult-favorite Dyson Supersonic Hair Dryer is engineered to cater to all hair types, prevent extreme heat damage, increase shine, as well as decrease frizz and flyaways. The popular hair dryer also comes with magnetic styling attachments, including a styling concentrator, smoothing nozzle and a diffuser for those who want to achieve a specific look.

Best for Curly Hair

DevaCurl DEVADRYER and DEVAFUSER Combo For All Curl Kind

DevaCurl
DEVADRYER™ and DEVAFUSER™ Combo For All Curl Kind
$159 USD
SephoraSephora 

Catering to those with wavy or curly hair, DevaCurl’s DEVADRYER and DEVAFUSER Combo For All Curl Kind are made with ionic technology, a concentrator nozzle, three temperature settings and two speed settings. To further enhance your curls, use the hand-shaped diffuser to achieve a flawless finish.

Best for Speed

Kristen Ess Iconic Style Professional Blow Dryer

Kristen Ess
Iconic Style Professional Blow Dryer
$100 USD
Kristen EssKristen Ess 

The Kristen Ess Iconic Style Professional Blow Dryer features a 1875W brushless motor that uses less electricity and dries large sections quickly. In addition, it protects the hair from heat and keeps it healthy and hydrated.

Bio Ionic Volcanic MX 10X UltraLight Speed Dryer

Bio Ionic
Volcanic MX 10X UltraLight Speed Dryer
£139 GBP (approximately $190 USD)
Cult BeautyCult Beauty 

Bio Ionic’s Volcanic MX 10X UltraLight Speed Dryer features an energy-efficient, long-lasting brushless motor that can help dry the hair in under 10 minutes. On top of that, the design uses 75 percent less energy than a regular hair dryer. This model is also made with Volcanic MX, a mixture of natural volcanic rock and the brand’s mineral complex, to help protect the hair’s natural moisture.

ghd Air Professional Performance Hairdryer

ghd
Air Professional Performance Hairdryer
$199 USD
SephoraSephora 

Created in collaboration with professional stylists, the ghd Air Professional Performance Hairdryer will help you achieve salon-like results. Not only does it boast two times faster drying time and different heat settings, but the model also helps lock in moisture with its advanced ionic technology.

Harry Josh Pro Tools Pro Dryer 2000

Harry Josh Pro Tools
Pro Dryer 2000
$250 USD
DermstoreDermstore 

The Harry Josh Pro Tools Pro Dryer 2000 reduces frizz and leaves the hair looking soft and shiny. Its dual filtration system is energy-saving, while at the same time, the A/C motor can last up to 2,000 hours.

Tineco MODA ONE

Tineco
MODA ONE
$300 USD
TinecoTineco 

Tineco’s MODE ONE auto-adjusts heat and airflow for fast drying with its iLoop™ smart sensor technology. The model also helps improve hair health by creating millions of negative ions that seal hair cuticles, protecting them from heat damage and increasing shine.

Best for Volume

T3 Cura Luxe Professional Ionic Hair Dryer with Auto Pause Sensor

T3
Cura Luxe Professional Ionic Hair Dryer with Auto Pause Sensor
$200 USD
SephoraSephora 

If you’re someone with thin hair, this is the perfect product for you. T3’s Cura Luxe Professional Ionic Hair Dryer with Auto Pause Sensor comes with a volume booster that gives the hair texture and volume. Available with five heat settings, the tool features a sensor that pauses the air from flowing when you release the handle.

ghd Helios Professional Hairdryer

ghd
Helios Professional Hairdryer
$249 USD
SephoraSephora 

Arriving at a heftier price point, the ghd Helios Professional Hairdryer features a lightweight, longer-life brushless motor designed for speed. With its aerodynamic technology, you’ll be able to achieve salon-quality results within minutes.

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