It's about time you add this wave-transforming tool to your routine.
I have long, super, super curly mixed hair that I usually straighten myself by blowing it out. And even though I've been doing this regularly for the past ten years or so, I have never gotten coordinated enough to do the whole hair dryer in one hand/round brush in the other thing. Even when I'd try, my arms would get tired and I'd give up before 1/4 of my hair was dry (I have a lot of hair). My life changed when one hair stylist I went to used a hair dryer with a comb attached to it to dry and smooth out my curls. One thing in one hand. "I can do that," I thought to myself.
In the wake Hurricane Sandy, hundreds of thousands of people still don't have power. We know firsthand how hard it has been to try to shower, work, look presentable, etc., in the aftermath of this "perfect storm." While many have been able to relocate to higher and drier ground, we know a lot of people who can't and are either sticking it out sans power, or living out of a suitcase. Luckily there are a lot of options out there to keep yourself looking neat and clean when you have to go back to work that don't require power or even water.