FHI Heat Wins 2014 Good Housekeeping Beauty Award
Congrats to the FHI Heat Platform Nano Weight Pro 1900 Turbo Tourmaline Ceramic Hair Dryer, which scored the 2014 Good Housekeeping Beauty Award for Best of the Test. The Best of Beauty Awards are often chosen by beauty editors or it’s the reader’s choice, however Good Housekeeping is the only magazine that tests the products’ scientific claims in the Good Housekeeping Research Institute (GHRI), which includes six state-of-the art labs housed in their own 18,000-square-foot floor at Hearst Tower, based in New York City.
GHRI ratings are based on laboratory tests conducted by their scientists and engineers at the United States foremost consumer products evaluation laboratory that rigorously tests the performance, safety, and claims held to strict standards that are subjected to a high level of scrutiny. Additionally, the Data analysis is complemented by consumer testing to determine the best brands at a wide range of price points.
“Hair is the outfit you wear every day. FHI Heat beat out 19 other hair dryers for fastest drying time, hottest, etc. and the Institute APPROVED it,” said Lori Bergamotto, Style Editor for Good Housekeeping on the Today Show.
According to GoodHousekeeping.com, when it comes to getting hair dry, the FHI Heat Nano Weight Pro 1900 blows the competition away. “The Nano turned in the fastest drying time during lab tests by far and consumer testers loved it as well. In fact, it performed better than some dryers twice the price, making FHI Heat an easy pick for top hair dryer. This model’s stellar performance comes as less of a surprise when you consider that it was also the hottest dryer in our test, though the outside of the dryer stayed cool enough to touch. With its Nano-Fuzeion technology, the dryer was also among the best at adding shine to the hair in GHRI tests. Our curly testers, in particular, were enamored with its power for styling and straightening; the dryer’s included diffuser and concentrator offer extra flexibility for any hair type,” said GoodHousekeeping.com.