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Lived-in Review: The Bed Head Curls in Check Diffuser Hair Dryer

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* Add texture and volume to your hair with a diffuser
* Enhance natural curls or create beach waves without a curling iron
* Equipped with Tourmaline IONIC technology to fight frizz

Whether you want to enhance your natural curls, or are just a low-maintenance girl that doesn’t care to invest hours into your hair routine, using a diffuser rather than (or in addition to) a traditional blow dryer can help enhance your hair without having to rely on damaging curling irons and using excessive product.

We got to try out the Bed Head Curls in Check 1875 Watt Diffuser, which promises to add intense volume and texture to your strands with minimal effort. It’s also designed with Bed Head’s Tourmaline IONIC technology, which effectively smooth ends and combats frizz.

I have thick, long hair that dries almost completely straight, so it took me a little longer to get the tousled waves I was going for. If you also have a lot of hair, I reccomend dividing your hair with clips and working in sections for better and quicker results.

First, I blew my hair almost completely without the diffuser attached. Once my hair was just slightly damp, I attached the diffuser, placed the dryer at the bottom of my ends, and made “scrunching” motions to get more wave and definition. I would also suggest using a curl-enhancing styling product, which will to help hold the texture and shape in place. It’a also equipped with three different heat and two different speed settings, and even features a “cool blast” setting which also helps to lock your style in place.

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After 15 minutes of using the diffuser on my damp hair, I achieved those effortless-looking, bedhead tousles that I was looking for – even without using any product in my hair. While the texture and wave eventually fell flat after a few hours, I believe using a curling product (as is instructed) to secure the look would’ve improved its wear time. Best of all, I didn’t have to worry about dealing frizzy hair all day long, which is a common problem I face every time I blow dry my hair. While the two-in-one styling tool was “designed with curly hair gals in mind,” I think a wide range of hair types and texture will love it.

  

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