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Using Your Blow Dryer Concentrator Nozzle For Best Results When Blow Drying Hair

Sam Villa

Author Sam Villa | Founding Partner of Sam Villa

Concentrator nozzles are included with most professional blow dryers and they are included for a reason – they allow us to work smarter, not harder!

If you are serious about your finishing, you should understand the advantages of using a nozzle:

Wide Nozzles

  • Essential for drying long, thick hair
  • The wider length expands the airflow and dries more hair faster

Narrow Nozzles

  • Essential for drying fringes and frizzy, wavy and curly hair
  • Concentrated airflow produces faster airflow resulting in a more polished finish

Don’t suffocate the dryer by making direct contact with the nozzle and the brush. Keep the nozzle at least ½-1 inch away from the brush so you don't a) melt the bristles on your brush and b) damage the motor on your hair dryer causing it to overheat.

For more tips on why you should use a concentrator nozzle when blow drying hair, watch the video above.

If you have any questions or comments be sure to leave them in the box below.

Check out the Sam Villa Professional Ionic Blow Dryer (it comes with a narrow and wide concentrator nozzle + a deep bowl diffuser) and discover how our lightweight, ergonomic hair dryer can reduce pain in your arms and body!

Watch this video for 3 blow drying tips that will produce a flawless finish every time!