Babyliss Pro Ferrari Rapido Dryer A Review of a Fantastic Hair Dryer

Babyliss Ferrari Rapido Dryer

Babyliss Ferrari Rapido Dryer
As a Christmas gift, my husband bought me this awesome hair dryer because he knows about much I love caring for my hair.  My old hair dryer was just that – old.  The technology just wasn’t there and I believe that it was harming my hair.  As usual, my hubby did the proper research and found this gem.  It’s both technologically sound and affordable.

Want to know about some of its selling points?  It’s very lightweight (under 1 lb) so that makes it easier to dry very wet hair for a considerable length of time.  But you probably won’t have to use the hair dryer for nearly as long as you’re use to.  Why?  Because this hair dryer contains any actual Ferrari designed engine in it!  Yes, you read correctly!  The Babyliss Pro Ferrari Rapido Dryer is a powerful high-performance professional luxury dryer that is made in Italy and driven by an ultra-efficient high-speed turbo powered engine – designed and built exclusively for Babyliss Pro in cooperation with Ferrari. Wow!  This means that it drys your hair 50% faster and is also 60% quieter when in use.

Check out the Babyliss Pro Ferrari Rapido Dryer Here!

 Babyliss Pro Ferrari Rapido Dryer
I’ve been using this hair dryer since Christmas and I can say, without any bias, that this is the best hair dryer that I’ve ever used.  It’s so lightweight that you can use it for hours.  It’s so quiet that you barely know that it’s on.  And, most importantly, it dries your hair in half in time minimizes any damage caused by heat drying.  It leaves my hair feeling softer and shinier than my old dryer ever did!  All-in-all, it a complete win from me!

Oscar de la Renta to be Featured on U.S. Postage Stamps The Late Designer Will be Featured on One of the Eleven Stamps; The Rest Will Include His Designs

Oscar de la Renta Stamps

Oscar de la Renta Stamps

Oscar de la Renta is part of the U.S. Postal Service’s lineup of several series of stamps for 2017.  Mary-Anne Penner, director for stamp services at the U.S. Postal Service, said, “The new year is shaping up to be exceptional as the Postal Service continues to produce stamps that celebrate the people, events and cultural milestones that are unique to the history of our great nation.” She described the new stamps as part of a showcase of “miniature works of art to help continue telling America’s story.”

For the postal series, the pane of 11 stamps features a black-and-white portrait of the designer which was photographed by Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin as well as 10 details from several of his famous gowns. Art director Derry Noyes designed the stamps, the U.S. Postal Service said.

One of the world’s leading fashion designers for more than 50 years,  De la Renta dressed many of America’s First Ladies and Hollywood celebrities.

De la Renta, who was born on July 22, 1931 in Santo Domingo in the Dominican Republic, passed away at the age of 82 after a long battle with cancer. He was known for his ability to make women look beautiful no doubt stemming from his early days at Elizabeth Arden in the Sixties through the last three decades of the 20th Century and well into the second decade of the 21st. Romantic, glamorous styles were his signature: tastefully extravagant, with Parisian influence and an undercurrent of Latin pizazz. (Excerpted from Women’s Wear Daily)

At the time of his passing, Donatella Versace in her tribute called him “American fashion royalty.”