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Old 12-10-2012, 03:12 PM   #1
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Type of hair dryer at BLT

I am wondering what type of hair dryer is at the resort in a studio. Wanting to know if I need to bring my own.
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Old 12-10-2012, 03:18 PM   #2
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Don't recall the exact brand, but in the studio, it's a small one
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Old 12-10-2012, 10:07 PM   #3
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Don't know the brand. But if you have thick hair that takes awhile to dry and you want your hair to look decent, bring your own. The dryer isn't horrible, but it isn't the greatest. I use to bring my own dryer. But then I gave up and began treating my WDW trips as a low-makeup, low-haircare trip. (We travel in the summer, so it is hot!!! And my hair frizzes in all wacky sorts of ways in heat and humidity). Now I usually wash my hair and throw it back in some sort of ponytail/updo. I don't worry about it too much and try to minimize the dryer use... And trust me, my Photopass photos prove it! I laugh at my appearance sometimes! When I gave my mom the same descriptor, she brought her own, as she said she needed to make sure her hair was done each day. So it totally depends on how nice you want your hair to look. I've just given up traveling in the summer!!! Regardless, have a great trip!
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Old 12-11-2012, 07:02 PM   #4
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The dryer is a Conair 1875. I'm actually at BLT right now looking at the hair dryer.
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Old 12-12-2012, 04:39 AM   #5
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Don't know the brand. But if you have thick hair that takes awhile to dry and you want your hair to look decent, bring your own. The dryer isn't horrible, but it isn't the greatest. I use to bring my own dryer. But then I gave up and began treating my WDW trips as a low-makeup, low-haircare trip. (We travel in the summer, so it is hot!!! And my hair frizzes in all wacky sorts of ways in heat and humidity). Now I usually wash my hair and throw it back in some sort of ponytail/updo. I don't worry about it too much and try to minimize the dryer use... And trust me, my Photopass photos prove it! I laugh at my appearance sometimes! When I gave my mom the same descriptor, she brought her own, as she said she needed to make sure her hair was done each day. So it totally depends on how nice you want your hair to look. I've just given up traveling in the summer!!! Regardless, have a great trip!
This is exacty right - I always take my own, I have very long thick hair. The BLT dryer is fine for my husband and DD.
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