BlowTYME Hair Dryer Giveaway

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BlowTYME Hair Dryer Giveaway

The BlowTYME hair dryer is designed to fix everything that’s traditionally wrong with blow dryers (noise, weight, power — all of it!). This professional hair dryer sounds like it’s on low when it’s on high, so the only thing you’ll be waking up in the morning is your hair!

BlowTYME Features:

  • Very Quiet: When it’s on high, it sounds like it’s on low
  • Lightweight: 15.5 oz; less than a pound
  • Airflow: Professional-Grade Power: (17.5m/s High:14 m/s Low); it will blow your hair straight up in the air
  • 9ft, professional-quality power cord
  • Single 120v (dual voltage not available due to safety concerns)
  • Complimentary concentrator and diffuser included
  • 1650-watt BLDC Motor (Brushless DC Motor), equivalent to a 2000-watt traditional motor. Brushless motors do NOT create toxic iron powder, small particles of iron that are blown onto the hair. To each their own, but we didn’t want that.
  • Single voltage: accepts only 110-120V

TYME’s Mission is to give women the ability to spend less time

creating beautiful hair so there is more time to live their lives to the fullest!

About TYME:

TYME was founded by Jacynda Smith and her brother Kierre in 2008. Their first TYME Irons shipped out in 2014 kicking off their venture with a revolutionary line of hair care products and heat tools. Today, they are global AND the TYME hair care includes cutting edge heat tools, brushes and products that work in harmony to create gorgeous hair in a record amount of TYME!

Sharing Hair Care Knowledge:

TYME shares their knowledge of hair care by providing customers with virtual stylists! Using live, one-on-one video-chat sessions, they connect with our customers, and teach them how to use TYME products to achieve amazing results at home. What’s amazing is these sessions are included with your purchase for FREE!!

ENTER TO WIN!

One Lucky Winner Will Receive

a BlowTYME Hair Dryer (APV $199)

The giveaway is open US Only, 18+

The giveaway ends 8/2 at 1159 pm est

Be sure to come back daily for more chances to win.

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Comments

  1. Elaine Bowden Powell says

    probably average 5-6 hrs.

  2. few hours

  3. I spend too much time on my hair. Would be nice to spend less time.

  4. Between washing, conditioning and drying I would say about 4hrs a week.

  5. cindy legg says

    4 hours i am guessing if that includes the washing conditioning drying and styling. my hair is mid length so it takes a bit to get it all done ea day

  6. Victoria Barbour says

    I probably spend about 4 hours a week total.

  7. About 2 hrs.

  8. Connie Lee says

    I would say about 3 hours per week.

  9. Lyndi Malarchuk says

    Probably about 5-6 hours per week, depending on the weather.

  10. charlotte says

    about 5 hours a week

  11. Charlotte says

    I have really damaged my hair from over exposure to curling irons, straighteners and hair dryers, so with that said for the past month or so I have been limited myself to not using those things until my hair is repaired. But usually, I spend about 5 hours a week.

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