Little Wonders: 10 Travel Hairdryers That Blow Away The Competition

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    Ladies who blow-dry their hair have a Sophie's Choice when travelling: do we take along our bulky (but powerful) full-sized dryer? Or a dinky, compact model that lets us squeeze one more pair of heels in our suitcase? Suffice it to say, we do not enjoy choosing between hair perfection and shoe options.

    Lucky for us, travel dryers are more powerful than ever these days — and if you're willing to drop a little dough, you can get one with all the features you need to stay flawless.

    The most suitcase-friendly? Sephora's model is tiny, but powerful — and it has a dual voltage feature for you international jetsetters out there. Looking to save? With multiple speed and heat settings, and a whopping 1875 watts of power, Revlon's travel dryer is a pretty amazing value for 10 bucks. Sparing no expense? With Tourmaline gemstones and an ionic generator to lock in your hair's moisture, X5's Superlite model is the fastest way to dry hair without damage.

    Click on to see 10 picks that'll keep your locks flawlessly smooth and shiny, wherever you go.

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