Sunday, 11 May 2014

Paul Mitchell Neuro Dryer

If you are a regular reader of my blog, you will see I recently went along to the Paul Mitchell Intelligent Styling Event to learn more about the new range of styling tools and products they have launched. The range included the Nero Dryer and I don't think I have ever been this excited about a hair dryer until now.

I have been through countless hair dryers over the years due the thickness of my hair and the time it takes to blow dry. My hair dryers have died on me many a time and usually when I needed to be somewhere important. Yeah I know, nightmare! So you can imagine my excitement when the team at Paul Mitchell sent me this to try out.



The day it arrived I couldn't wait to get home from work/gym to wash my hair and try out my new dryer. My boyfriend just could not get his head round why I so excited about this dryer and why it had a £100 price tag attached to it. I tried to explain it to him in car terms. I told him "its like the Roll's Royce of hair dryers".

The Neuro Dry is a professional, high performing hair dryer with tourmaline ions that dry hair faster, reduce frizz and add shine. It has 4 settings, a cool shot button, 2000 watts of power, a 2.7 meter cord, and a SmartSense microchip that activates the clean filter.

All of the above are what my previous dryers have been missing. The professional motor has been built to last upto 1000 hours which will hopefully outlast any hair dryer I have ever owned. The removable clean filter will mean I won't get that build up of dust I have had in the past (which I think caused it to over heat) and the tourmaline ions will dry my hair a lot quicker. Oh and the 2.7 meter cord means I can multi task and reach all the way over to my wardrobe to pick my outfit while drying my hair.

After using the dryer I can confirm it dried my hair in half the time (as my previous dryer) and left my hair smoother and shinny. I did use a Paul Mitchell shampoo and conditioner so this may have helped.

The Nero Dryer costs £99.95 which yes, is a bit steep for a hair dyer but it is created for salon professionals. However, if you do have thick hair like myself it might be worth investing.

*This was a PR sample sent to me by Paul Mitchell



4 comments:

  1. Drying hair is such a chore! I use a parlux which is great but this one looks even better. Might be worth adding to the birthday list! Nice post lovely xoxox

    Fairy Fatale || Fashion & Beauty Blog

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    1. Thanks love. It's no longer a chore with this baby. x

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  2. This sounds like a great dryer. Great review.

    Meg | Meghan Silva's Blog

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