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Remington D3190 Damage Protection Hair Dryer

Review Last Updated: 25th March 2020

Portia
Product Review by Portia

Product Features

  • Advanced Coating Technology
  • Proprietary Micro Conditioner Technology

Introduction

Today we'll be reviewing the Remington D3190 Damage Protection Hair Dryer.

Our reviews are based on in-depth research and product analysis. Let's dive in!

Pros

  • Provides damage protection during use
  • 2X heat and 2x speed settings
  • Removable air filter
  • 1875 watts max power

Cons

  • Online reviewers comment that this hairdryer has a loud motor fan

Remington D3190 Damage Protection Hair Dryer Product Review

The Remington D3190 Damage Protection Hair Dryer helps to achieve shiny, healthy hair with advanced coating technology that offers 3X more protection while styling.

Remington’s Micro-Conditioning Technology keeps hair healthier by combining ceramic, ionic and tourmaline technologies with 1875W maximum power for fast, healthy styles and less frizz.

The tourmaline technology has a semiprecious gemstone that works in conjunction with the ceramic technology of this dryer, producing far-infrared energy that protects the hair cuticle from overheating, preventing brittleness and splitting.

The three heat and two-speed settings mean you can find the unique airflow performance that you prefer for your hair type and lock-in gorgeous styles with the cool shot button.

The concentrator and diffuser make it easy to style with precision or build volume and lift while you dry your hair. More specifically, the concentrator is great for perfecting straight hairstyles and the diffuser helps to create flowing curls and waves.

Also, the removable air filter is easy to clean and keeps the dryer working at peak efficiency.

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