Invention And History Of The Hairdryer, Hello and Welcome to Discover My Inventions I’m Randy Johnson, and in today’s post It’s Invention And History Of The Hairdryer, The first model was created by Alexander F. Beau Godefroy in his salon in France in 1890. The handheld, household hair dryer first appeared in 1920. Blow dryers are used in beauty salons by professional stylists and in the household by consumers.
I can still remember the hairdryer that my sisters owned when I was a little boy when I would take a bath and sometimes they would use it to dry my hair with, and it was one of the old kind almost big around as a small car wheel that had the hose that ran up and the thing that caps down over the head knocking still remember that warm fire which like all hairdryers blows as my hair was drying.
Most hair dryers consist of electric heating coils and a fan (usually powered by a universal motor). The heating element in most dryers is a bare, coiled nichrome wire that is wrapped around mica insulators. Nichrome wire is used in heating elements because of two important properties: It is a poor conductor of electricity and it does not oxidize when heated
In modern models, a survey of stores in 2007 showed that most hair dryers have ceramic heating elements (like ceramic heaters)—because of their instant heat capability. This means that it takes less time for the dryers to heat up, so it takes a lot less time for the hair to dry, I think it’s great the way the technology just keeps growing and getting better as time goes on, and what if you added and improved features can make in the way that things works.
Girl under beauty parlor hair dryer, 1958 Many of these dryers have normal mode buttons that turn off the heater and blow room-temperature air while the button is pressed. This function helps to maintain the hairstyle by setting it. The colder air reduces frizz and can help to bolster shine in the hair, hairstyles using blow dryers usually have volume and discipline, which can be further improved by the use of styling products and hairbrushes during drying to add tension, hold and lift.
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