Product review: Centrix Q-Zone blow dryer

Dec 9, 2013 at 2:00 p.m. ET

A blow dryer isn't the most exciting beauty product, but for many women, it's a necessity. But there's one thing every woman can agree on — they are too loud. The Centrix Q-Zone blow dryer claims to reduce the noise of the dryer. We tested it out to hear the truth!


Centrix Q-Zone Ceramic/Tourmaline blow dryerName this product:

Centrix Q-Zone Ceramic/Tourmaline blow dryer ($111)

What the product claims to do:

A quiet but powerful hair dryer with ceramic tourmaline for healthier-looking hair and ionic technology that reduces drying time.

How it worked for me:

It was significantly quieter than all of the other blow dryers I have used. I have thick hair that makes blow drying a task I dread. This dryer cut the process down and dried my hair faster than others.

How this product looks and feels:

I love the sleek, black look of the dryer and how comfortable the handle is to hold.

What I liked about this product:

I loved that this product was much quieter than other blow dryers and that it cut down my drying time.

I would recommend this product for: 

Anyone looking for a great blow dryer. It would also be great to use in a salon because it won't cause as much sound pollution.

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