Monday, February 4, 2013

How to Hold the Hair Care Appliances

caddy for hair care appliances - dryer, curling iron, etc.

I don't own a hair dryer, curling iron, or any other such products — but I know many people do, and storage can be a challenge. So let's look at some of the more interesting products designed for storing these hair care items. And let's start with countertop caddies, like the StyleAway, shown above, which comes in black or ivory. It's designed to hold most heated appliances, and it will hang over a towel rack as well as sitting on a counter.

rattan holder for hair styling equipment - hair dryer, curling iron, brushes, etc.

Kangaroom has a hair styling station in rattan, with ceramic interior liners.

hair care products organizer, with storage for dryer, curling iron, brushes and more

PBTeen has a hair accessories organizer made of MDF; it has a lacquer finish.

holder for hair dryer and curling iron

For yet another look, there's the Polder Style Station, made of stainless steel mesh and plastic. There's a "high heat silicon inner base pad" to "allow hot items to safely cool when stored." This one, like the StyleAway, can also hang from a towel bar. The Polder Styling Station is a smaller version of this product.

Hair appliance holder with canvas carrying pack

And then there's the Hair Doozy - a countertop product that comes with an optional canvas carrying pack.

hair care equipment caddy, iron, wall-mounted
wall-mounted hair care caddy with dryer and curling iron

Wall-mounted products are another way to go. The most interesting one I found is the hair care caddy from Ironworks; there are six designs available.

hair appliance holder - table top or wall-mounted

The appliance holders from Salon Made can be used on a countertop or they can be wall-mounted.

cabinet for hair care products - dryer, curling iron, etc.

And then there are the wall-mounted cabinets, like the Style and Go Hair Care Valet. It seems to be sold out at the minute, but you can sign up for the waiting list. It's sold through HSN.

cabinet for hair care appliances - dryer, curling iron, and more

Another such product, with a different look, is the HairCare Hideaway.

wall-mounted holder for hair dryer, curling iron, etc.

Finally, there are the products from Pojjo, sold on its site, through Home Depot, and through — and brought to my attention by Debbie Wolfe. There's the wall-mounted holder, available in a number of finishes.

vanity pullout designed to holder hair dryer, curling iron, etc.

But the company also makes this vanity valet pullout — and a number of other interesting options for a vanity.


Marcie Lovett said...

Great ideas, Jeri! I have found that clients often leave hot hair tools out because they are afraid to put them away, then the stuff becomes clutter.

Deb said...

Love these ideas! I'm one of those people who leaves out my tools - partly because they're hot, partly because all I have is a shelf in a deep cupboard to shove them into. Taking them out is a mess. Will definitely go with the pullout when we redo the bathroom.

Rashelle said...

These are such clever ideas! I love the wall mount storage and the cabinet pullout the most.

Fretty Chervil said...

I use a vanity case that fits under the freestanding mirror in my bedroom (in the UK we can't have electric sockets in bathrooms). My straighteners go in a heatproof pouch then everything gets zipped into the vanity case, still plugged in with the cords coming out the back of the vanity case. And when I go on holiday the plugs are unplugged and tucked into the vanity case and I just pop the vanity into my suitcase.