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Best Travel Hair Dryers

by Emeri Callahan

Mar 5, 2019

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Products / Beauty

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.

 

Eva NYC Mini Blow Dryer

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.

 

Baby Buttercup Travel Blow Dryer

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.

 

Andis Ionic Hair Dryer

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.

 

Eva NYC Broken Heart

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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