For as long as I can remember I've had hair that takes an abnormally long time to dry. It takes around 8-9 hours to air dry. Safe to say when I heard about this KMS heat protector that claimed to help hair dry faster (with the aid of a blow dryer), I was excited to try it out.
I did a little experiment where I used a heat protector with no claims of fast drying (Aveda Damage Remedy Daily Repair) one day and the KMS Quick Blow Dry a few days later after washing my hair again. With the exemption of the heat protector, the other products and tools I used were identical. I timed each blow dry on my iPhone to see if there was any difference. As you can see the KMS Quick Blow Dry dried my hair around 3 minutes and 40 seconds faster than normal.
Just over 3.5 minutes isn't a considerable time difference for me so I'm not impressed with KMS Quick Blow Dry's drying qualities. As a heat protector it's not so great either. My hair feels less soft than it does with the Aveda product and I find the KMS Quick Blow Dry makes my hair get greasier more quickly. I will use this product up but I wouldn't repurchase it.
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