you have been dying to get that salon look at home but just can't seem to
achieve the results you want, look no further than Ergo Styling Tools'
Velecta Paramount TGR 4000i ionic hair dryer.
The unit offers the highest output of negative ions possible with airflow of
80 miles per hour, making it the world's fastest yet quietest hair dryer on
the market today.
Whether you are looking to smooth and shine your hair using negative ions or
simply enhancing volume for a fuller style, the 4000i is the best dryer
available. The 14-foot long cord provides you with the ability to walk into
another room should the need arise.
company also manufactures ionic ceramic flat irons for a variety of uses,
including creating cute little flips or smoothing hair under like a bob
style. When the ceramic irons are heated, they emit negative ions
compacting the outer hair cuticle resulting in extraordinary shine and added
strength. Unlike most hair dryers, which simply provide enormous amounts of
heat, which can result in damage, the ionic hair dryers and flat irons are
designed to create a natural look without damaging the hair follicles.
The 4000i ionic hair dryer retails for $251.95 but is well worth the
investment. The "cool shot" button provides a blast of cool air to set the
final look. The ergonomic handle provides extra relief for those suffering
from carpal tunnel, sore shoulders and even elbow fatigue.
The styling tools offered by Ergo have been used on major television sets
such as ABC, NBC, CBS, HBO and shows such as Frasier, American Idol, General
Hospital, Boston Public, 24, Sex and the City, Judging Amy, Access Hollywood
and Entertainment Tonight. Apparently, Donatella Versace purchased 10 mini
irons so every hairdresser taking care of her would use her styling tool of
For more information on the Velecta Paramount TGR 4000i dryer or other high
end dryers, call Ergo Styling Tools at 888-ASK-ERGO or visit their website
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Kellie K. Speed is
a freelance travel writer and restaurant reviewer. Her features have been
published in various publications including The Boston Globe, Cahnersí
Industrial Distribution and Graphic Arts Monthly magazines and Reno Air
Kellie has reviewed numerous first-class hotels and
travel destinations, including Hawaii, California, Arizona, Bermuda and
Mexico, to name a few. She has also traveled internationally to Ireland,
England, France, Germany, Belgium and the Czech Republic. Next year, she is
planning a trip to Tahiti.
Since she is from Massachusetts, she will be providing
reviews of local restaurants for Travel-Watch.
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