Sometimes I forget that Rowenta makes hair tools as well as those fabulous irons. Considering how much I use hair tools vs clothing irons you'd think it would be the other way.
Rowenta makes pro level tools that you may have seen at your salon. The good part- you can have them too. The Inspiration Pro is a great dryer that not only gets the job done well but has neat features as well.
The best feature ? AutoSensor shut off. When you are using the dryer, if you sit it down it automatically shuts off. It only blows air when it's in your hand.
The 1875 watt Inspiration Pro also is infrared ionic with a tourmaline boosted ceramic system. There are two speeds and three heat settings along with a true cold shot button at 75' F. My hair came out smooth, shiny with plenty of volume.
One of the things that I liked here beside that auto sensor was that the dryer doesn't blow singeing hot air. Even on the hottest setting it's plenty warm but not scorching which is so much better for your hair. I didn't notice longer drying time as the dryer itself if supposed to cut drying time down by 20% compared to some other brands. It has plenty of power .
Next up is the super long cord. Most of us probably don't need that but the cord is 9 ft. long
The box includes a 5" diffuser and a 1/3 inch thin concentrator.
The Rowenta Inspiration Pro Hair Dryer is $ 159.99 at Ulta.
Celebrity stylist Josue Perez has created a video/tutorial for each of Rowenta's newest hair tools. The one for Inspiration Pro is here