i need a diffuser

O d d i s y~O d d i s y~ Registered Users Posts: 1,042
Ladies , where can i get a affordable and nice diffuser in Sydney? I'll be there on the 5th. How much is the price range?
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  • AmdaAmda Registered Users Posts: 251
    So I live in Melbourne, but I thought I may as well reply anyway. I got a hairdryer with a diffuser and a concentrator (at least, I think that's what it's called...it's the opposite of a diffuser and basically blasts all the air at one place) for $50 at The Good Guys, seeing as I couldn't find a way to get a diffusing attachment on its own. It's called Remington Proffessional Smooth Styles Somethingorother. It has adjustable air flow and heat, and can also blow cool air to set your style.
    Unfortunately, it's the only diffuser I've ever had and I barely ever use it so I can't really compare it to anything else.
    Fine and thin 2C in Australia
  • a curly qa curly q Registered Users Posts: 248
    sorry bout replying now, if u've already gotten one. If not I got a $12 one from PriceAttack. It was a generic one and plastic. Not sure what = nice but it does the job and fits most hairdryers. can't remember the name of it though.
    Hope that helps:oops:
    2b, medium, lots of them
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