Drying hair is a chore in my eyes, with thick frizzy hair that won’t settle, hair dryers tend to make my hair even worse with fly aways, and I end up with a gigantic ball of fluff instead of beautiful glossy hair. I’ll forever envy those women that can dry their hair and they’re ready to face the world, as unfortunately, that’s never been an option for me. With so many dryers on the market, it’s hard to choose the ‘perfect’ dryer as they all tend to do the same thing. Well, that’s what I thought until I came across the Panasonic Nanoe Hair Dryer.
About the Panasonic Nanoe
The Nanoe is a new solution for hair beauty, and it’s all down to the science. Firstly, the Panasonic has ultra-fine nano ions which means the particles are one billion times smaller than steam particles. Secondly, it has water-holding capability about 1000 times higher than negative ions. And lastly, the weak acidity suits your skin meaning it’s more delicate on your scalp; a great feature if you have a flaky or sensitive scalp. Complicated I know, but you have to trust science, right?
Overall, this dryer is better for your hair due to nanoe penetrating deep into hair to maintain moisture balance which keeps the cuticle on the surface in good condition to make hair shiny. So say goodbye to dry hair, yay!
Using the hairdryer
The Panasonic Nanoe isn’t your average looking hairdryer, it’s a little quirky yet modern and has stylish pink and black casing with a glossy finish. You have three nozzles; an average straight nozzle, a quick drying nozzle and a diffuser attachment. This can become a little confusing as you usually only get one nozzle with a hairdryer but I can tell you that these are a game changer.
I decided to test out the quick drying nozzle first, as it takes over half an hour to do my hair and who wouldn’t love a time saver? Not only that, but it’s also healthier for your hair as it alternates strong and weak air flows which separates hair strands which dries hair efficiently. I put all of my hair in sections (which is a task of its own) and started drying from the bottom. Usually, this would take about 10 minutes, but there was already a dramatic difference, my hair was so smooth like I’d used a hair oil and it looked like it had been straightened. Really, it seemed too good to be true and by the time I’d finished, only 20 minutes had passed. I had stylish hair that was in fantastic condition, no product needed. Perfection.
The Panasonic Nanoe average straight nozzle takes a little longer than the quick-drying feature. However, my hair still feels in great condition and I finally have no fluffy ends. I love the fact that the dryer has a 3 speed and temperature setting so you can choose how much heat your hair needs, some days my hair seems worse than others, especially if it’s been recently dyed so it’s good to know I don’t have to damage my hair even more. If I dry my hair at night, I’ll wake up, and my hair will need no further styling which means not only am I giving my hair a break, but I’m also saving money on hair products. It’s like a dream come true.
Diffusers are something that confuses me slightly, and I’m a little unsure about them due to my frizzy hair, can it be possible to get beautiful curls without the frizz? You can! I simply twist sections of my wet hair so it curls slightly and then place the diffuser at the ends of my locks so it makes tight curls. The results are amazing, my hair comes out shiny and looks like it’s just been styled, no more styling my hair for 3 hours, as now it only takes 20 minutes!
If you’re looking for a new beauty revolution, then the Panasonic Nanoe is your new best friend. Not only do you have sleek, effortless hair but you save time and spend less money on those hair products to try to tame those fly-away hairs! It’s not the cheapest hairdryer on the market RRP: (£109.99), but it’s worth every single penny. Who wouldn’t want to get rid of static?
Have you tried any Panasonic hair products? Let me know in the comments below.
*Disclaimer – We were sent the hairdryer to test for this review. All opinions are my own*