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Want A Good Blow-Dryer, Solano Is King!

JosephKellner.comI have been a hairdresser for over 30 years and everyday I need to rely on a professional hair dryer to get me through the day.  I have been using Solano blow dryers for the whole amount of time I have been hairdressing. A Solano hair dryer will last me about a year and a half. Were you the consumer you are probably going to get about 3 years of usage from this product. You want to stay away from the El Cheapo hair dryers you see at Ulta. Anything under $70.00 dollars I would not touch. You are probably better off using your money and investing in a professional hair dryer.

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  • Ceramic grill offers consistent hot temperatures
  • Far infrared heat dries hair from the inside out leaving hair stronger, softer, and healthier
  • Silver nano technology provides antibacterial protection
  • Tourmaline technology allows for a faster drying time and frizz reduction
  • Low EMF (electronic magnetic fields) for improved environmental conditions
  • Balanced motor for optimal power and performance
  • Ergonomic handle design offers easy balance and handling without strain
  • 3 temperature and 2 speed settings
  • Cold shot button that sets your style
  • Extra long, heavy duty 11-foot cord with hanging ring
  • Includes: two narrow fiberglass concentration nozzles for optimum drying, styling, and straightening
  • 2-year limited warranty

 

Take my word this a hair dryer you can depend on. It has three temperature setting and it also comes with a condenser.  The Solano 3200 Top Power Hair Dryer delivers smooth, frizz-free, professional looking results!

 

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Summer Time Beach Hair

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Follow these tips and instructions for you wonderful summer time enjoyment. Whether if you are at the beach or on vacation. Here is some really good advice for your artificial hair color!

Wash your hair immediately after swimming with a conditioning shampoo. If you  can’t wash your hair immediately, at least rinse your hair in the shower to  remove the chlorine or salt water.

After you shampoo, squeeze excess water from your hair and apply a thick,  moisturizing conditioner through your hair, concentrating on the ends. Some  companies manufacture specific shampoos and conditioners for swimmers that are  designed to remove chlorine, but regular hair products formulated for dry hair and chemically treated hair can also easily do the job for you!

Rinse the conditioner from your hair and squeeze excess water from your hair.  Dry your hair gently with a towel, and always make sure you comb out the hair with a wide tooth comb. I recommend a wooden comb, plastic combs will create snarls in the hair.

Apply some Shea Butter, or Cholesterol through your hair especially if it is colored treated. Concentrate on the ends of the hair and then work the product up the shaft of the hair.

If you dry your hair with a hair dryer, use the lowest heat setting possible, especially if the hair is fine and foiled highlighted. Blonde hair needs low temperature settings, or it will break if the air from the blow dryer is too high.

Apply cholesterol or Shea butter treatment to your hair once a week if you  swim often. This can help protect your hair from the ongoing effects of repeated  exposure to chlorine or salt water. You can apply this to the hair and let it stay on for 2-3 hours then shampoo off.

Joseph Kellner – Top Hair color in Orlando