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Uncomfortable going to the salon? You can get a pro-level blowout at home

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Whether for COVID precautions or financial concerns, there are plenty of reasons to avoid making the trip to the salon these days. If you're looking to achieve a pro-level blowout at home, one way to start is by getting the right tools for the job.

The Adagio Accelerator 2000 Blow Dryer is here to provide you with freedom and flexibility for personal beautifying needs, and it's currently available at a can't-miss cost.

Making plans to see a professional has never been a more complicated process, and you're ultimately working on some else's schedule. This affordable alternative allows you to prioritize your convenience and safety and saves you money on everything from transportation to tips for your stylist and the assistant who washes your hair.

Enjoy the same great results with the 1,400-watt Adagio Accelerator that rapidly dries your hair while protecting it from damage. Choose from two speeds and three heat settings, plus a cool-shot to get that elusive perfect hair day day after day. Lightweight and ergonomic, the blow dryer is safe thanks to overheating protection. It's accompanied by two flat nozzles, along with a diffuser that comes in handy to ensure no-frizz results for wavy and curly hair.

The Adagio Accelerator 2000 Blow Dryer ($64.99) is an ideal way to get a top-quality blowout without the hassle of heading out and about, and you'll save $300 when purchasing a pair.

Prices subject to change.

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