He got me this hair dryer which came with lots of extra bits you don't tend to use that often.
My Dad paid around £40 for this hair dryer set.
**Volumising clip on to dry your roots.
**Smaller clip on for drying your hair straight.
**Sectioning clips to dry your hair parts at a time.
**Barrel hair brush.
I don't have any of these pieces anymore as I never found any of them useful. I have thick curly hair so the barrel curler got stuck in my hair, the rollers won't stay in my hair and the parts that clip onto the dryer were not very useful either.
The Hair Dryer:
Mark Hill for Morphy richards hair dryer.
Just works like any normal hair dryer. On the back there is two switches.
One for turning it on and one with 1,2 and 3 for different strength of blowing.
There is one on the front with a red and blue circle either side to switch it to hot or cold or the middle for warm.
I prefer it on hot and on 3 to dry it really quickly.
Don't hold it too close to you head or you'll burn yourself like I have a fair few times or you'll start to cook your hair.
I also sometimes dry my clothes with it if my tops are still wet on the collar or the waistband of something is damp.
Works really well for that too.
always put a heat spray in your hair when using a hair dryer as it does a lot of damage do your hair.
As I have very curly hair, I tend to only dry it with the hair dryer when I'm in a rush or it's cold outside.
When i dry my hair with a hair dryer, it goes very frizzy and large so I try to brush it downwards whilst drying.
This hairdryer is rather heavy and trying to hold it whilst brushing is very difficult sometimes.
I will be updating my hair dryer soon to something more lightweight as this does ache your arm after a while.
I don't think this would be in production anymore and was sold in Boots, but as it's about 7 years old or even more, i'm sure there are newer updated versions of this hair dryer.
After searching online I couldn't find it to purchase from brand new.
As it's no longer in production, I can however suggest that you do buy a Mark Hill hair dryer.
They are brilliant hair dryers and even though mine is 7 years old, it still works as good as it did the day i bought it, and it's even still as shiny.
Morphy Richards is a also great make, but Mark Hill now has his own hair dryers without the Morphy Richards branding too.
I definitely think these hair dryers are worth paying that bit extra for.
A Mark Hill hair dryer is in the region of £30-40. They are very hard waring, dry your hair well and not cause you hair to go static which is an added bonus.
Thanks for reading my review! I give this hairdryer set 3/5 only because it's heavy and the added extras are pointless.
I needed a new hair dryer when I was about 15 so my dad bought me one for christmas one year.