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GiellBeauty reviews and shows you how to use the Bespoke Labs T3 Tourmaline Featherweight dryer.
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Hi it’s Erin I just want to give a quick review on my new hair dyer that I just purchased that is Bespoke Lab T3 Featherweight it’s and 1800 watt hair dryer currently on sale for $160.00 on Salonhive.com regular about $220. I'm actually pretty impressed with this hair dryer, I really like my last one that’s until I tried this one and it’s extremely lightweight.
I dried my hair from soaking wet to bone dry in under seven minutes which is really impressive. I don’t have a lot of time to do my hair I have two small children so I usually dry my hair straight. So I don’t have much time whereas with this, it gave me a lot more time to do everything else I had to do.
Anyways, but the only thing that I didn’t really like about this dryer is only about the high and low setting. There’s no temperature selection. It’s also bad when the low is not too hot and the high I mean is pretty hot. I only use only hottest setting for the first little while and then halfway through, switch to low and finished off with a cool shot. And it is ceramic ionic with tourmaline and as you can see my hair I men looks pretty good considering I haven’t put any product in it.
I am going over to my flat iron which usually a must have because my hair, you can see it pretty fizzy so I was impressed with that as well because I don’t have time to straighten it and it doesn’t look too bad after drying it.
This hair dryer comes with one attachment and comes with two extra filters, one in the dryer and then two extra ones that you can switch when it needs to clean at the back, just twist off here. There is one manual to say—it comes along with these little cards, registration, the warranty card, it talks about all the other different hair straighteners and curling irons that T3 has. And different styling tips, more products, operating instructions, combs, brushes that they have and just different styling tips which are handy although I prefer them in a book, instead a bunch of little pieces of paper because they just end up all over the place especially you have kids to get in to everything.
I would say this is one of the best dryers I've used and I told you it they impressed me. I will recommend it to anyone I showed up my girl friend who’s been a stylist for over 20 years now. And she absolutely in love with this as well, light weight and it’s actually quiet too. I am going to show you so on the low setting. See it s pretty on the low setting as well, so I mean you can probably use it on the low setting and still dry your hair just as fast as the highest—pretty hot. I guess it depends if you’re in the rush. I use it on high, but I recommend use it on low —just a less damage on your hair. And always use a heat protecting buffers before styling.
Alright, you should be checking my other products reviews. See you later.