Hey there, beautiful people! Today, I’m gonna talk about something that we all love but also loathe at the same time – drying our hair. If you’re like me, bleached and porous hair is just the beginning of our problems.

Drying it at home is a tedious process that takes ages, leaving us bored, tired, and with sore arms. It’s no wonder we end up neglecting our hair and settling for a “happy balance” of good hair for a day and a half, and bad hair for the other half.

But fear not, because I’m here to tell you that there’s hope yet! Today, we’re going to compare two of the hottest hair dryers on the market – the Dream Hair Glory and the Dyson Supersonic. Buckle up, folks, because this is going to be a wild ride!

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Size, Sound, and Speed

Let’s start with the Dream Hair Glory. This baby has a 110 RPM high-speed Moto, which promises to dry your hair in as little as two minutes. It’s got a powerful airflow that separates wet hair, reaching the scalp more quickly and removing moisture more efficiently.

The Dream Hair Glory is a nifty handheld hairdryer that weighs only 345 grams. Its attention to detail, from the matching color of the cord to the band that holds it together, already sets it apart aesthetically. And let’s not forget how easy it is to store and perfect for traveling! It employs negative ion technology with over 300 million Platinum ions that strengthen the hair, reduce split ends, and make it look super shiny and glossy. With four temperature settings and two speeds, the Dream Hair Glory is a breeze to use.

Now, let’s talk about sound. To help us judge the sound test, I’ve got my furry friend, Poppy. At 75 decibels, the Dream Hair Glory is slightly quieter than the Dyson Supersonic, which clocks in at 77 decibels.

And finally, speed. The Dream Hair Glory can dry shoulder-length hair in about 2 minutes, thanks to its airflow speed of 17 meters per second. Comparing it to the Dyson Supersonic, which has an airflow of 46 meters per second, the Dream Hair Glory still holds its own. As you can see from the pictures, the hair on the right, using the Dream Hair Glory, is more tame and glossier, while the hair on the left, using the Dyson Supersonic, appears coarser.

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Quality and Price

Both hair dryers employ the use of negative ion technology, but the Dream Hair Glory uses 300 million Platinum ions, while the Dyson Supersonic only uses 10 million. And if you want to achieve super shiny and glossy hair, you can also purchase the essence attachment for $29.90.

The essence is a magnetic Hair Care nozzle that contains essential oils and produces five times greater negative ion concentration, giving you more nourished, smoother, and silkier hair. To use it, dry your hair till it’s about 60% dry, then attach the essence nozzle to your Dream Hair Glory and use it at the 57-degree drying mode.

But let’s get down to brass tacks – the price. The Dream Hair Glory retails at $229, which is a fraction of the price of the Dyson Supersonic, which can cost up to $600 depending on where you buy it, on Amazon $568. That’s right, folks – you can achieve salon-worthy hair without breaking the bank.