Ready to replace your old dryer with a cute hair dryer, but don’t want to spend a fortune? The Beurer HC35 hair dryer could be the solution you’re looking for. I tested it for a few days, hopefully, my personal experience will help you make the right choice. Overall, this budget-friendly hair dryer offers acceptable performance, making it a decent choice for everyday use. But you just can’t expect too much from this product.
Design and Build Quality
One of the first things you’ll notice about the Beurer HC35 is its cute and playful design, the feel of this hair dryer allowed me to sense the design of Dyson’s Supersonic, but it is like a mini version. I’m not just talking about the oval dryer body that looks like a barrel, the buttons also offered a Dyson feel. The round little buttons are easy to adjust, and you can see the lights indicate the setting you are on.
The black and gold color makes it a nice addition to your hair tools collections, and the small body makes the dryer very easy to store in your drawer. No question, the Beurer HC35 is not as delicate as the Dyson Supersonic dryer if you take a closer look at the finish, filter, and all that. Generally speaking, the dryer is lightweight, easy-to-hold, and it’s a pretty good choice for traveling as well.
Performance and Features
In terms of drying performance, the Beurer hair dryer is decent for an affordable model, reaching a maximum temperature that is hot enough for my mid-long hair. The temperature is sufficient for most hair types, although the airflow speed is not as good as professional dryers at salons. Those with extremely thick or curly hair may find this hair dryer can’t get their hair dried in a very short time, but it is a good option that pays off for most people. As for its features, it doesn’t provide any high-end technologies since it is only a cheap dryer on Amazon, but what is great is that it’s got a 360-degree swivel nozzle for flexible styling and you won’t have little trouble clicking it in. My only real complaint with this dryer is its noisy sound. While it has a compact design, it was not quiet at all when you turned it on.
Overall, the Beurer HC35 hair dryer is a cute and affordable option for those in search of a basic dryer. While it may not have all the advanced features of more expensive models. it lacks some of the technologies found in my favorite hair dryers.
The pros and cons of the dryer are obvious: It’s lightweight, stylish, and it comes with 3 speed settings that you can control respectively. Most importantly, you can get this dryer at around $40. We do have some minor complaints, it is loud, not extremely powerful, and lacks styling attachments like diffusers, but you just can’t expect too much from a cheap hair dryer.