hair-dryer


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hair-dryer

[ˈhɛəˌdraɪəʳ] nasciugacapelli m inv, föhn m inv
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If your hair-dryer isn't cleaned regularly, dust and lint build up in the vent and cause it to become less efficient.
Travelers need not bring a hair-dryer, as new ones have been installed in the bathrooms.
Cabin bathroom refurbishments included upgraded fittings, mirrors, lighting, and new hair-dryers.
The hair-dryer game has always been a wattage race," noted Wayne Dickson, vice president of marketing at Helen of Troy.
positions itself at the high end of the hair-dryer category, and finds the business challenging, according to Ian Crichton, Braun's marketing manager for shaving and hair care.
QMY HAIR has become dry and brittle, and a friend told me it was due to using a hair-dryer.
Moisture is important in keeping your hair soft and resilient, and overuse of a hair-dryer can rob your hair of this moisture.
Which is why we've all thought we've been captured on a hair-dryer but heard nothing more.
COMPARED with Gatsos, hand-held cameras - or hair-dryers as they're affectionately known - are low-tech.
I can't stress enough how harsh hair-dryers, tongs and straighteners can be on hair.
Who has suddenly decided to give women 27,000-bhp hair-dryers that they deliberately use at 8am when you are still in bed?