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This $55 Luxury Blow Dryer Uses Cutting-Edge Tech to Dry Your Hair Faster

This $55 Luxury Blow Dryer Uses Cutting-Edge Tech to Dry Your Hair Faster

This holiday season, luxury blow dryers are topping Christmas wishlists across the board. Not only do they allow for faster drying and styling, but they don't damage your hair in the process. You can see why they're popular already, right?

The Sutra Accelerator 2000 Blow Dryer makes this exciting technology truly affordable. Normally priced at $199, the compact dryer is now available for just $55.25 with promo code "MERRYSAVE15" at checkout thanks to this special offer for Christian Post readers.

Powered by a 1400W motor, the Sutra Accelerator 2000 blasts warm air to dry your hair. To ensure you don’t cause damage along the way, the device has overheating protection built in. And aside from being faster than traditional blow dryers, the Sutra gives you complete control over the styling process. You can choose from two speed settings and three different temperature settings, and there is a cool-shot button to lock in the moisture. 

Like similar leading brands, the Sutra Accelerator 2000 comes with a diffuser and two flat nozzle accessories to help with the styling process. This means you can wave goodbye to unwanted frizz by simply connecting a different plastic add-on to the end of tool.

If you're not sold yet, you'll be happy to know the dryer is extremely lightweight, making the Sutra comfortable to use for extended periods. It makes a great gift for anyone who cares about their hair, and a nice upgrade for your own styling kit.

You can grab the Sutra Accelerator 2000 now for $55.25, saving 72% on the MSRP with the use of promo code: MERRYSAVE15.

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