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The hair dryer is a fixture of most people’s homes in the UK, but it may be a bad choice if you’re on a tight budget.A new survey has revealed that, despite the ubiquitous nature of the product, less than 1% of people are using it on a daily basis.In the study, conducted by online…

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The hair dryer is a fixture of most people’s homes in the UK, but it may be a bad choice if you’re on a tight budget.

A new survey has revealed that, despite the ubiquitous nature of the product, less than 1% of people are using it on a daily basis.

In the study, conducted by online marketplace MyCAREER, 1,000 UK adults were surveyed about their hair-care habits, their hair’s condition, and how they use their hair products.

The results of the study revealed that there was a significant lack of awareness around the use of hair dryers in the US.

Only 13% of Americans were aware of the use and dangers of hair-dryers, while in Canada, a whopping 88% of respondents were aware.

“People in the United States are definitely aware of their hair dryering and we know that the popularity of the products is still relatively low,” said Julie Chiu, founder of MyCERA.

According to the report, more than half of respondents said they’ve heard about the dangers of using hair dryermakers at least once, but only 1% said they have ever used them.

Despite this, nearly one in five respondents said their hair was feeling dry and irritated and they often felt guilty about using hair products that could irritate their hair.

There were also concerns around the product’s potential to lead to infections.

It’s worth noting that while the majority of respondents in the study agreed that using hair-drying products is safe, there were some instances where people reported experiencing allergic reactions to hair-containing products.

The survey also found that many people are hesitant to purchase the product because they believe it will cause hair loss.

“Most people believe that using a hair dryter is going to cause hair growth, which can lead to problems down the line,” Chiu said.

“[But] most people believe the hair drying product itself will not cause hair to grow back, so they may be reluctant to purchase one.”

So, it’s worth being aware of that fact that a hair drying device might not actually help you achieve a longer, healthier hair or reduce your hair’s appearance, but if you want to save money, there are alternatives available.

“The survey was conducted by MyCareer, an online marketplace where consumers can compare products from different companies.

Michele Stott, chief executive of MyCareER, said: “With the rapid growth of social media, the market has exploded in recent years and the internet is a powerful way to connect with people around the world.”

With MyCareERA’s research, we’ve seen a rise in interest from UK consumers, who are starting to ask themselves, ‘Is my hair looking good now or can it?'””

This survey has found that the majority, or around one in three, of UK consumers are aware of using a ‘hair dryer’ and they are happy with the way their hair is looking, although they’re aware of possible health risks and concerns.”

They’re also aware that the product they’re using might not be the best choice for them, but are confident that they’ll find a good one that’s compatible with their hair style.

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