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Soft Bonnet Hair Dryer Attatchment

curlycandy3curlycandy3 Posts: 219Registered Users
It seems like it would be ideal, if it worked. Has anyone tried a bonnet attachment? The picture on the box looks pretty 80's, and I can only imagine the "astronaut" jokes I would get from my DBF, but I would LOVE to add some constant heat to my DT's, or even slip it on and do my makeup while my hair dries. It's only $9 and I spend more than that on a bottle of conditioner... should I proceed?

Conair Professional - Conair Pro Soft Bonnet Attachment

Thanks in advance, Curlies :toothy8:
Southeast Michigan
*Whatever makes my curls happy* since 01/2011
3b/c/a Thick, Medium/Coarse, Normal Porosity & Elasticity, Dyed.
Kind of starting from scratch...
Cleanse: various low-poos (still searching)
Condish: Aura Cherry Almond Bark (but always on the look-out)
DT: SMDTM
Styling: LI, curl cream, gel. Insert various products appropriately.
I <3: Coconut & Argan oil, my Denman, a neat side-braid.
"Oh, you were going to straighten it? I just like it curly so much better..."
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  • Goin'GreyGoin'Grey Posts: 301Registered Users
    It seems like it would be ideal, if it worked. Has anyone tried a bonnet attachment? The picture on the box looks pretty 80's, and I can only imagine the "astronaut" jokes I would get from my DBF, but I would LOVE to add some constant heat to my DT's, or even slip it on and do my makeup while my hair dries. It's only $9 and I spend more than that on a bottle of conditioner... should I proceed?

    I researched that one and what I found is its mostly used for DT,not for styling. I too was very tired of walking around wet, or taking forever to defuse. I made the plunge and got the babyliss pro ionic hard hat dryer on a pole about $99 bucks from Sallys. Best decision ever. My hair dryes in 20-25 minutes instead of 5 hours.

    What ever you do let us know!
    3A, Protein Senitive, Low Porosity,
    Med-Course
    Wash: Suave Naturals Conds (excluding Coconut), CVSB
    Rinse out/Leave In: GVP Cond. Balm, KCKT,
    Style: Naturelle Gel(winter HG), KCCC (summer HG), Flaxseed gel
    SOTC: JCNS
    Love your hair: Love yourself!
  • crwrittcrwritt Posts: 705Registered Users
    Goin'Grey wrote: »
    It seems like it would be ideal, if it worked. Has anyone tried a bonnet attachment? The picture on the box looks pretty 80's, and I can only imagine the "astronaut" jokes I would get from my DBF, but I would LOVE to add some constant heat to my DT's, or even slip it on and do my makeup while my hair dries. It's only $9 and I spend more than that on a bottle of conditioner... should I proceed?

    I researched that one and what I found is its mostly used for DT,not for styling. I too was very tired of walking around wet, or taking forever to defuse. I made the plunge and got the babyliss pro ionic hard hat dryer on a pole about $99 bucks from Sallys. Best decision ever. My hair dryes in 20-25 minutes instead of 5 hours.

    What ever you do let us know!

    I tried one of those soft vinyl dryer hoods you attach to your blowdryer. On first use it got so hot it almost melted,detatched itself then went flying across the room.
    I took it back and decided to get serious. I have the Babyliss dryer that goin gray has, and totally agree with her. Love it! money well spent.
  • mnekaw3mnekaw3 Posts: 69Registered Users
    I didn't even realize you could get a "hard hat" dryer for your home, I've just never thought about it.

    Please do tell...
    Do you find it leaves more frizz than air drying or diffusing on low?
    What setting do you use and how long does it take for your hair to be completely dry?
    Do you flip your head upside down under it, or just sit still and leave hair untouched the entire time?

    I'm very interested to hear more reviews, are there may different brands and which are best?
  • Goin'GreyGoin'Grey Posts: 301Registered Users
    mnekaw3 wrote: »
    I didn't even realize you could get a "hard hat" dryer for your home, I've just never thought about it.

    Please do tell...
    Do you find it leaves more frizz than air drying or diffusing on low?
    What setting do you use and how long does it take for your hair to be completely dry?
    Do you flip your head upside down under it, or just sit still and leave hair untouched the entire time?

    QUOTE]

    Honey, come and sit next to me and let me tell you about my hair dryer. 5-6 hours it used to take me to air dry. Going everywhere looking like a wet rat.
    Defusing left me a frizzy mess.

    I get zero frizz from my beloved hard hat dryer. Sit under it and sit still. No frizz. :king:
    Conair Professional - Babyliss - BaByliss Pro Thermal Ionic Rollabout Dryer
    I got it at sally's.
    3A, Protein Senitive, Low Porosity,
    Med-Course
    Wash: Suave Naturals Conds (excluding Coconut), CVSB
    Rinse out/Leave In: GVP Cond. Balm, KCKT,
    Style: Naturelle Gel(winter HG), KCCC (summer HG), Flaxseed gel
    SOTC: JCNS
    Love your hair: Love yourself!
  • curlycandy3curlycandy3 Posts: 219Registered Users
    Goin'Grey wrote: »
    mnekaw3 wrote: »

    When I was at Sally's today they were pulling this exact model out of the packaging and putting it on display. I literally gasped and bee-lined up to it. I really want one, its just hard to justify the hundred bucks on a hairdryer...
    Southeast Michigan
    *Whatever makes my curls happy* since 01/2011
    3b/c/a Thick, Medium/Coarse, Normal Porosity & Elasticity, Dyed.
    Kind of starting from scratch...
    Cleanse: various low-poos (still searching)
    Condish: Aura Cherry Almond Bark (but always on the look-out)
    DT: SMDTM
    Styling: LI, curl cream, gel. Insert various products appropriately.
    I <3: Coconut & Argan oil, my Denman, a neat side-braid.
    "Oh, you were going to straighten it? I just like it curly so much better..."
  • crwrittcrwritt Posts: 705Registered Users
    Goin'Grey wrote: »
    mnekaw3 wrote: »

    When I was at Sally's today they were pulling this exact model out of the packaging and putting it on display. I literally gasped and bee-lined up to it. I really want one, its just hard to justify the hundred bucks on a hairdryer...

    Think of the time you'll save, when you can roll that
    dryer up to your computer, set down your breakfast, lunch, or snack, and have a seat while you dry your freshly cleansed and conditioned and gelled hair in the time it takes to read curl talk, delete some emails and pay a few bills on line.While you eat.
    My shoulder length thick hair dries in 15-20 minutes, using the high, ionising setting.No frizz, because you don't touch your hair while it dries.
    I don't use it daily, but I don't wet my hair down every day. I use it 2-3 times a week.

    Not to be a pushy enabler, but I just clicked that link and its now $79 on sale.
  • curlycandy3curlycandy3 Posts: 219Registered Users
    crwritt wrote: »
    Goin'Grey wrote: »

    When I was at Sally's today they were pulling this exact model out of the packaging and putting it on display. I literally gasped and bee-lined up to it. I really want one, its just hard to justify the hundred bucks on a hairdryer...

    Think of the time you'll save, when you can roll that
    dryer up to your computer, set down your breakfast, lunch, or snack, and have a seat while you dry your freshly cleansed and conditioned and gelled hair in the time it takes to read curl talk, delete some emails and pay a few bills on line.While you eat.
    My shoulder length thick hair dries in 15-20 minutes, using the high, ionising setting.No frizz, because you don't touch your hair while it dries.
    I don't use it daily, but I don't wet my hair down every day. I use it 2-3 times a week.

    Not to be a pushy enabler, but I just clicked that link and its now $79 on sale.

    Oh, man... and I received a 15% off coupon after my purchase today... this is not helping my "don't buy it" campaign lol. And knowing my DBF (And he is Darling because of this,) he would say, "if it will help you get done faster and with less stress, you should get it." He's a huge supporter of my healthy curls. Honestly, after these posts, I am seriously considering it.
    Southeast Michigan
    *Whatever makes my curls happy* since 01/2011
    3b/c/a Thick, Medium/Coarse, Normal Porosity & Elasticity, Dyed.
    Kind of starting from scratch...
    Cleanse: various low-poos (still searching)
    Condish: Aura Cherry Almond Bark (but always on the look-out)
    DT: SMDTM
    Styling: LI, curl cream, gel. Insert various products appropriately.
    I <3: Coconut & Argan oil, my Denman, a neat side-braid.
    "Oh, you were going to straighten it? I just like it curly so much better..."
  • WrenWren Posts: 10Registered Users
    Alright, you all have convinced me. I placed an order this morning. Be aware that shipping cost me $18. However, even with that, I still think it is a decent price. I'll let you all know how I like it.
    Curl Type: 3a/3b, High Porosity, Fine Texture, High Density, Colored

    Shampoo: CJDF, CJ Low Poo
    Conditioner: CJAO, CJBC, CJS
    Stylers: CJCQ, BRHG

    CG since January 2011

    Hair loves a pre-wash coconut/palm oil treatment
  • agirlcanmackagirlcanmack Posts: 85Registered Users
    I had one of those a few years ago when i was relaxed. used to rollerset with it.
    Pulled it out a couple of months ago to use it for a DC and after 30 secs, my dryer burnt it, mlted a big hole into it and had to throw it away (it was over 15 year sold i may add). Bought it in the US so couldn't even return it. Bummer cauz i used to love it back in the days :(
    Last Relaxer: 2000
    Shampoo: Curls Cleansing Cream, CJ Curl Assurance & Daily Fix
    Conditioner & DC: Curls Coconut Sublime & Curl Ecstasy, DB Pumpkin Seed Conditioner, CJ Hibiscus & Banana Deep Fix, Crown Pride Tucuma Curl Moisture Mask
    Leave-In: Curl Ectasy
    Moisturizer: Darcy's Shea Butter Moisturizing Cream, Oyin Whipped Pudding & Hair Dew
    Oil: JBCO, Argan oil
    Gel: Oyin Shine & Define
    Hair Type: 3C / 4A / high porosity / fine

    Pray for Japan / 頑張れ日本!
  • mnekaw3mnekaw3 Posts: 69Registered Users
    Goin'Grey wrote: »
    Honey, come and sit next to me and let me tell you about my hair dryer. 5-6 hours it used to take me to air dry. Going everywhere looking like a wet rat.
    Defusing left me a frizzy mess.

    I get zero frizz from my beloved hard hat dryer. Sit under it and sit still. No frizz. :king:
    Conair Professional - Babyliss - BaByliss Pro Thermal Ionic Rollabout Dryer
    I got it at sally's.


    LOL!!

    Oh boy is this tempting...I usually sit w/ a cup of coffee for about 20 minutes watching the news each morning anyway, and I'd LOVE not to go through 1/2 my day looking like a drowned rat.

    Is the link above what everyone would recommend for a hard hat dryer? Are there any other models out there that people like?
  • mnekaw3mnekaw3 Posts: 69Registered Users
    $79 dollars does seem like a great deal...somebody stop me!
  • missbanjomissbanjo Posts: 3,088Registered Users
    I've been thinking on these lately too and had no idea there was one like this! My question, is it loud like a regular hair dryer?
    Southern Colorado Curly
    Mix of 2s med-low porosity, med-fine texture, lots of hair
  • Goin'GreyGoin'Grey Posts: 301Registered Users
    Picture this, me in my office, checking e-mail, drinking coffee, so toasty under my dryer. 20 minutes later, ready to rock and roll. I went through two whole winters of wet hair. The defuse did not work for me. If you can defuse, then great. It took me hours to defuse and I'd get a lot of frizz. Such a deal! Tee hee I don't get a commission!
    3A, Protein Senitive, Low Porosity,
    Med-Course
    Wash: Suave Naturals Conds (excluding Coconut), CVSB
    Rinse out/Leave In: GVP Cond. Balm, KCKT,
    Style: Naturelle Gel(winter HG), KCCC (summer HG), Flaxseed gel
    SOTC: JCNS
    Love your hair: Love yourself!
  • curlycandy3curlycandy3 Posts: 219Registered Users
    I'm wondering, too, if its loud. Not a big deal because everyone in the house is a heavy sleeper, but just curious. I really, REALLY might get this... with my coupon it's only $67... aaahhh! That's a great deal for a good dryer anyhow, and the rollabout would eliminate the extra time/stress I get dealing with frizz after diffusing...
    Sent from my SPH-M920 using CurlTalk App
    Southeast Michigan
    *Whatever makes my curls happy* since 01/2011
    3b/c/a Thick, Medium/Coarse, Normal Porosity & Elasticity, Dyed.
    Kind of starting from scratch...
    Cleanse: various low-poos (still searching)
    Condish: Aura Cherry Almond Bark (but always on the look-out)
    DT: SMDTM
    Styling: LI, curl cream, gel. Insert various products appropriately.
    I <3: Coconut & Argan oil, my Denman, a neat side-braid.
    "Oh, you were going to straighten it? I just like it curly so much better..."
  • mnekaw3mnekaw3 Posts: 69Registered Users
    Okay I'm going to talk to DH tonight and see how crazy he thinks I am before I make the buy.

    While I'm at it...I don't have a Sally's close by and never had a chance to use their products. Since I'm paying for shipping....any suggestions?

    Looking for a low-pow anyway, and I've always wanted to try the Bioterra gel and creme. Any other must have's while my credit card is getting a work out?

    Yes, and how loud is this dryer? Will I be able to hear the TV while I'm under it?
  • mnekaw3mnekaw3 Posts: 69Registered Users
    PS Anyone have a coupon or promo code they'd care to share.

    ...and if you go to the Sally's site through the Ebates site you get 6% cash back
  • Goin'GreyGoin'Grey Posts: 301Registered Users
    If you have a sally's they should have it on display so check out the loudness.
    Things I can tell you.
    I can not hear the phone or tv while under it. I do office work or read while under it.
    I will go test my blow dryer and babyliss...hang on. I would say a bit louder than my blow dryer, but also my head is right in it.
    3A, Protein Senitive, Low Porosity,
    Med-Course
    Wash: Suave Naturals Conds (excluding Coconut), CVSB
    Rinse out/Leave In: GVP Cond. Balm, KCKT,
    Style: Naturelle Gel(winter HG), KCCC (summer HG), Flaxseed gel
    SOTC: JCNS
    Love your hair: Love yourself!
  • Goin'GreyGoin'Grey Posts: 301Registered Users
    I also suggest if you've never tryed one, sit under one at your beauty salon. That's how I got hooked.
    3A, Protein Senitive, Low Porosity,
    Med-Course
    Wash: Suave Naturals Conds (excluding Coconut), CVSB
    Rinse out/Leave In: GVP Cond. Balm, KCKT,
    Style: Naturelle Gel(winter HG), KCCC (summer HG), Flaxseed gel
    SOTC: JCNS
    Love your hair: Love yourself!
  • sweety10189110sweety10189110 Posts: 129Registered Users Curl Neophyte
    It seems like it would be ideal, if it worked. Has anyone tried a bonnet attachment? The picture on the box looks pretty 80's, and I can only imagine the "astronaut" jokes I would get from my DBF, but I would LOVE to add some constant heat to my DT's, or even slip it on and do my makeup while my hair dries. It's only $9 and I spend more than that on a bottle of conditioner... should I proceed?

    Conair Professional - Conair Pro Soft Bonnet Attachment

    Thanks in advance, Curlies :toothy8:

    I actually just picked up the gold n hot bonnet dryer last night from Sally's to try wet sets on. Since I'm new to wet setting I wanted something cheap in case this ends up not working for me. However I'm thinking if I do stick with it I'm going to spend the extra money and get a hard hat dryer later on.

    Also wanted to add I picked up the Mastex Thermal Spa heated cap from Amazon for when I do DTs. It isn't very noisy however I have to sit and read or watch something on TV while I'm DTing since the cord isn't very long.
    Mod CG since 4/10
    Products being used ATM
    Wash: KCCC, CJDF, AOGPB
    Rinseout:: Tresemme Naturals
    Moisturizing and Volume, Yes to Cucumbers
    LI: Giovanni DLI, KCKT
    DT: CJH&BDF, CJCR
    Every Day Stylers: KCCC, AOMM, Biotera Curl Cream, CJCCCC-Lite, CJCIAB, CJCQ, LALGs
  • curlycandy3curlycandy3 Posts: 219Registered Users
    It seems like it would be ideal, if it worked. Has anyone tried a bonnet attachment? The picture on the box looks pretty 80's, and I can only imagine the "astronaut" jokes I would get from my DBF, but I would LOVE to add some constant heat to my DT's, or even slip it on and do my makeup while my hair dries. It's only $9 and I spend more than that on a bottle of conditioner... should I proceed?

    Conair Professional - Conair Pro Soft Bonnet Attachment

    Thanks in advance, Curlies :toothy8:

    I actually just picked up the gold n hot bonnet dryer last night from Sally's to try wet sets on. Since I'm new to wet setting I wanted something cheap in case this ends up not working for me. However I'm thinking if I do stick with it I'm going to spend the extra money and get a hard hat dryer later on.

    Also wanted to add I picked up the Mastex Thermal Spa heated cap from Amazon for when I do DTs. It isn't very noisy however I have to sit and read or watch something on TV while I'm DTing since the cord isn't very long.

    Please, let us know what you think!!

    Update: The DBF is very supportive of the babyliss :D
    Southeast Michigan
    *Whatever makes my curls happy* since 01/2011
    3b/c/a Thick, Medium/Coarse, Normal Porosity & Elasticity, Dyed.
    Kind of starting from scratch...
    Cleanse: various low-poos (still searching)
    Condish: Aura Cherry Almond Bark (but always on the look-out)
    DT: SMDTM
    Styling: LI, curl cream, gel. Insert various products appropriately.
    I <3: Coconut & Argan oil, my Denman, a neat side-braid.
    "Oh, you were going to straighten it? I just like it curly so much better..."
  • SpaghettiHeadSpaghettiHead Posts: 1,510Registered Users
    There is a hard bonnet dryer on folica.com...I got mine last year and have seen it many times since I think I paid somewhere in the neighborhood of $35-40 for it. I use it all of the time, works like a charm.
    [SIGPIC][/SIGPIC]
  • SpaghettiHeadSpaghettiHead Posts: 1,510Registered Users
  • sweety10189110sweety10189110 Posts: 129Registered Users Curl Neophyte
    I used the soft bonnet dryer the other night after I did my first wet set. It was a bit of a challenge to get it over all the rollers. However I managed it but given how long it took me to get the rollers in (close to 2 hours because I'm a newbie) I didn't want to wait for it to dry. If you don't get it in the right spot it starts to come off your head while your drying (even on the low setting). I'm thinking of returning it and just getting a hard hat. I think it will be so much easier!

    Sent from my T-Mobile myTouch 3G Slide using CurlTalk App
    Mod CG since 4/10
    Products being used ATM
    Wash: KCCC, CJDF, AOGPB
    Rinseout:: Tresemme Naturals
    Moisturizing and Volume, Yes to Cucumbers
    LI: Giovanni DLI, KCKT
    DT: CJH&BDF, CJCR
    Every Day Stylers: KCCC, AOMM, Biotera Curl Cream, CJCCCC-Lite, CJCIAB, CJCQ, LALGs
  • curlycandy3curlycandy3 Posts: 219Registered Users
    I used the soft bonnet dryer the other night after I did my first wet set. It was a bit of a challenge to get it over all the rollers. However I managed it but given how long it took me to get the rollers in (close to 2 hours because I'm a newbie) I didn't want to wait for it to dry. If you don't get it in the right spot it starts to come off your head while your drying (even on the low setting). I'm thinking of returning it and just getting a hard hat. I think it will be so much easier!

    Sent from my T-Mobile myTouch 3G Slide using CurlTalk App

    Thanks, sweety! (lol) The more I think and look into it, it seems like kind of a waste of $9... I'm probably going to hold off.
    Southeast Michigan
    *Whatever makes my curls happy* since 01/2011
    3b/c/a Thick, Medium/Coarse, Normal Porosity & Elasticity, Dyed.
    Kind of starting from scratch...
    Cleanse: various low-poos (still searching)
    Condish: Aura Cherry Almond Bark (but always on the look-out)
    DT: SMDTM
    Styling: LI, curl cream, gel. Insert various products appropriately.
    I <3: Coconut & Argan oil, my Denman, a neat side-braid.
    "Oh, you were going to straighten it? I just like it curly so much better..."
  • Lucky CharmLucky Charm Posts: 1,250Registered Users
    mnekaw3 wrote: »
    PS Anyone have a coupon or promo code they'd care to share.

    ...and if you go to the Sally's site through the Ebates site you get 6% cash back
    RetailMeNot.com lists code 555974 for 15% off. Theres also a free shipping link too. You normally cant combine eBates with other codes unless it listed on the eBates site.
    Linky:
    eBates.com
    /home/leaving?target=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.retailmenot.com" class="Popup
    - 2C - Coarse Canopy & med/fine underlayers
    - MOP C Hydrating 'poo
    - LOreal Natures Therapy Moisturizing condish, ION Effective Care, Garnier S&S (old formula)
    - treatments: CJ Curl Rehab, CJ Repair Me!
    - plopping, diffusing, and clipping the roots
  • Marci PieMarci Pie Posts: 622Registered Users
    I have one and it doesn't work well. It slips off my head and it doesn't stay on the blow dryer either.
    [SIGPIC][/SIGPIC]
    3b, Medium-Coarse (slight coarse charactericstics), Normal porosity & Low elasticity per Curl Wizard Profile.
    Low-poo: Nourish Shampoo
    Co-wash: Suave, Vo5, HE, Aussie Moist
    Deep Conditioner: GVP Conditioning Balm
    Leave-in: Nourish Conditioner (Trader Joe's)
    Stylers: LA Looks Sports, Coconut Oil, Almond Oil, Jojoba Oil.
    Methods: Wet plop or pineapple at night, diffuse in the morning. Scrunch w/joboba, coconut or almond oil.
  • mnekaw3mnekaw3 Posts: 69Registered Users
    CurlyCandy3 - have you purchased the hard hat dryer? I'm tempted everyday to pull the trigger, but I'm trying to wait for another review.

    Should we start a new thread so people don't dismiss this one as only for the soft bonnet?
  • curlycandy3curlycandy3 Posts: 219Registered Users
    mnekaw3 wrote: »
    CurlyCandy3 - have you purchased the hard hat dryer? I'm tempted everyday to pull the trigger, but I'm trying to wait for another review.

    Should we start a new thread so people don't dismiss this one as only for the soft bonnet?

    That's a negative, I have not purchased the dryer.

    You know, it's not a bad idea, but there are a ton of threads about hard hat dryers. If you search "R2D2" that's a nickname for one of the other models, and it leads to a TON of reviews about both styles. I have only read great reviews about the babyliss, except for one who said they bought a professional hand held dryer and liked that better... I just don't know!! It's a good deal, but still feels like a lot of money to drop
    Southeast Michigan
    *Whatever makes my curls happy* since 01/2011
    3b/c/a Thick, Medium/Coarse, Normal Porosity & Elasticity, Dyed.
    Kind of starting from scratch...
    Cleanse: various low-poos (still searching)
    Condish: Aura Cherry Almond Bark (but always on the look-out)
    DT: SMDTM
    Styling: LI, curl cream, gel. Insert various products appropriately.
    I <3: Coconut & Argan oil, my Denman, a neat side-braid.
    "Oh, you were going to straighten it? I just like it curly so much better..."
  • mnekaw3mnekaw3 Posts: 69Registered Users
    Thanks CC3, I have a few other questions about it too...so I may just start a new thread...I'll read the R2D2 one also.

    Thanks!

    I actually just posted the thread on the "General Discussion" board.
  • MamaCatMamaCat Posts: 5Registered Users
    Sorry to revive an old thread, but nothing more recent came up when I searched.

    I'm new to trying to go all natural with my curls. So far, it's definitely been a learning process. However, I know already I can't continue the air drying. I've tried washing/conditioning/gel and air dry in the evening and when I go to bed 3-4 hours later, my hair's still damp. Get up looking like Medusa. I refuse to do this in the morning and spend half a day at work with wet/stiff hair, not to mention it's COLD outside.

    So, I think I need to wash in the a.m. and use a dryer. Never been crazy about diffusers and my time is limited, so I'm thinking I should go for a hard hat or soft bonnet dryer I can use while I'm putting my makeup on. Seems like more people like the hard hat, but I thought a soft bonnet would allow me to move around at my vanity a little more. Thoughts?
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