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Hairdryers

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Courtenay, Canada
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Hairdryers

I have babyfine hair and with humidity its even worse. I need to have a hairdryer to get any volume and avoid looking like a little boy.

I know PA has them but not sure re our other two hotels Villa la Bella and Villa Rolandi. Cant find any info on their websites

I can bring a little travel hair dryer if I need to

Anyone have any info? Thanks

new york
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1. Re: Hairdryers

Never stayed at VLB so no idea about them but yes, VR had hairdryers.

Courtenay, Canada
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2. Re: Hairdryers

Great thanks TNY

nikkid37
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3. Re: Hairdryers

Man I cannot remember for sure if VLB did. I want to say they did not.

New England
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4. Re: Hairdryers

I also cannot remember about hair dryers at VLB because I never use one on a tropical vacation. I am sure you can email Ashley for an answer.

Courtenay, Canada
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If My hair would go curly in the humidity I wouldnt use one either. I am "blessed" with baby like hair that just goes limp. I tried doing without and wearing one of those colourful Mexican bandanas but I just look dorky in those with my high forehead and round face lol

new york
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I wish my hair just went limp instead of curling up. I can practically hear it go "boing" as it springs into curls and I look like I stuck my finger in an electric socket. Maybe cute when you're really young, not so cute now ;) I'd kill for straight hair that goes limp, lol.

Ontario
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7. Re: Hairdryers

We always want what we can't have lol. :-) I've got poker straight hair too..even using a blow drier only gave volume til I walked outside..for about 2 minutes..or by caking it with hairspray lol.. :-)

Richmond, Texas
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8. Re: Hairdryers

I've got fine hair also. the only thing that seems to help me is expensive volumizing hair products. I can't stand flat hair!

Ontario
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Or wigs? lol... :-)

Chicago, Illinois
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10. Re: Hairdryers

A few years ago my bride happened across many pics from my wild, impetuous youth, back when I had shoulder length curls. To appease her, I grew it out, had it permed and dyed (blonde). She loved it, but I felt, just as TNY says, that it was cuter when I was 18. Harder to feel professional with wildman hair.