Is there anything worse than getting to your hotel or Airbnb and realizing they don’t have a hairdryer? I’ve personally run into this problem frequently while traveling internationally. While springing for shampoo or body wash at the local market won’t break the bank, buying a new hair dryer each time you’re in a different city is a nuisance and a half. Here are some tried and true travel hair dryers that just may save the day.
This baby pink hair dryer was created to give you runway-ready hair anywhere you may be. The device is salon-quality and fits easily into your suitcase for on-the-go blowouts. The dryer promotes healthy, strong hair and comes with a travel case. You can pick one up at Anthropologie in store or online for $48.
A creation from the masters at Drybar, the Baby Buttercup Travel Blow Dryer is the most high-end option on this list. It features two temperature settings, a cool shot button and Ionic technology that increases hair shine. At just 13 ounces, the foldable dryer is perfect for popping into weekend bags. Get it at Nordstrom for $135.
This hair dryer is a go to for travelers due to its reliability and lower price tag at $18.99. If you want a no-fuss hair dryer you can throw in your bag at a moment’s notice, this one’s for you. It comes with a retractable cord, cool shot button and travel case.
This Broken Heart edition delivers all the same benefits of the Eva NYC Mini Blow Dryer counterpart, but with a stylish and trendy design. Half pink and half red, the adorable hair dryer packs a lot of power into its small frame, and comes with it’s own pink travel case.
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