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These Are the Best Diffusers to Shop at Every Price Point

Never underestimate a good diffuser. It can turn a sad mop of curls into the bounciest, most manageable mane around. Although some of the models with bells and whistles are great, we’ve rounded up a few options at various price points. Here are the best diffusers for any wallet.

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Hand Diffuser: $9.98

First up is a Hand Diffuser ($9.98) that clocks in at under ten bucks and is available at mega retailer Wal-Mart. The hand looking contraption is easy to handle and durable. Although it may look bulky, its actually lighweight to carry. The style is made to fit most hair dryers. The manufacturers ask that you hold it close to your scalp when drying hair. It’s design was made for easy storage and travel in mind.

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BaByliss Pro Nano Titanium Universal Finger Diffuser: $14.99

Don’t let the name intimidate you, the Babybliss Pro Nano Titanium diffuser ($14.99) makes drying a breeze. The attachment was designed to fit perfectly on most Conair hair dryers. The technology behind this model disperses the blow dryer’s gush of air over a larger area. This method doesn’t create frizz for curly hair types and it also keeps the curl patterns intact.

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DevaFuser Universal Diffuser for All Curl Kind: $50

Definitely one of the fancier models, the DevaFuser Universal Diffuser for All Curl Kind ($50.00) was designed with the most problematic hair in mind: curly, wavy and chemically processed. The brand specialized in products for low porosity hair and they hit the jackpot with one of the best diffusers. The way the air is dispursed encourages users to embrace their natural texture and tight curls. Attach it to your hairdryer and coddle hair with the hand-like contraption. Push it close to your scalp and keep it there for a minute or two until it dries.

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Drybar The Bouncer Diffuser: $34

Drybar’s The Bouncer diffuser ($34.00) gently defines curls by reducing your blowdryer’s airflow speed. It broadens the air’s reach, helping keep your typically unruly curls tame. In the process, it also adds shine and reduces frizz. It’s a universal attachment too. This means it can fit almost any other blow dryer out there, although it was designed for the brand’s Buttercup and Baby Buttercup models.

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T3 Soft Curl Diffuser

We’ve saved the best diffusers for last. T3’s Softcurl Diffuser ($30.00) isn’t hard on the wallet but it does offer some of the best technology a diffuser can ask for. It’s designed to create mega volumize, define unruly curls, and say goodbye to frizz for good. It’s an especially good purchase for curly, fine or problematic tresses. Its “vented finger” extensions distribute heat evenly to quickly dry and maintain hair’s original curl. It simultaneously lifts and separates hair for volume and body Brigitte Bardot would be jealous of.

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