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BaByliss Pro Ceramix Xtreme (Babyliss 2000)

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The BaByliss Pro Ceramix Xtreme 2000 watt professional hair dryer powerfully and safely dries hair from the inside out with far-infrared heat technology.
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  • Whitney
    Fine And Thin Hair?
    I currently have a "ion shine" dryer that i purchased from Sallys about 2 or 3 years ago it has been an ok dryer but i would like to purchase a better one. I have fine and thin and somewhat oily hair, the dryer i have now just makes the flyaways show and makes it on the oily side. Has anyone with atleast fine and or thin hair used this dryer?
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  • Alexia
    Odyssey?
    is this the same thing as the Babyliss Pro Odyssey
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  • Anastasia
    Noise
    I SAW THIS DRYER IN A RECENT STLYE MAGAZINE. I WANTED TO KNOW IF IT IS NOISY? MY HUSBAND WORKS SO WHEN IM TRYING TO DRY MY HAIR DURING THE DAY, HES TRYING TO SLEEP. THE NOISE FROM THE CONAIR DRYER I USE NOW GETS ON HIS NERVES. ANY HELP WOULD BE GREAT.
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  • Sedu User
    Houston Tx
    Shiny Hair
    does this blowdryer really make really shiny hair like other more expensive blow dryers like the t3 or chi turbo? Id like a really nice ok priced blowdryer that doesnt damage my hair much and creates silky shiny soft hair that you can move.
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  • Joy
    Voltage
    Does all Babyliss product only have 100 volt, or it is both 110 and 220?i travel internaitonally. need to know if i can take it with me all over the world.thanks

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    • Margaret
      Answer?
      Did you ever find out? I've found that BaByliss and other good hair dryers are less expensive in the UK but I've been told would need a step up converter to be used in the US.

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