Who invented the first blow dryer?

Answer The first blow dryer, or hair dryer, was invented by Alexandre F. Godefroy. He invented the blow dryer in his salon in France in 1890. Godefroy's inspiration was the suction of warm air through a v... Read More »

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Who invented the blow dryer?

The blow dryer, or hair dryer, was invented in 1890 by Alexandre F. Godefoy. The blow dryer was modeled after a vacuum cleaner. Over the years following, blow dryers were created so they could be h... Read More »

What country was the blow dryer invented in?

The first blow dryer was invented by French hairdresser, Alexandre F. Godefrey in 1890. The hair dryer was a bonnet that was attached to a flexibile chimney. The flexible chimney then attached to a... Read More »

Who invented the first hair dryer?

French hairdresser Alexandre Godefroy conceptualized the world's first hair dryer in 1890. By affixing a hood to a gas stove, Godefroy was able to direct hot air towards clients' damp tresses.Sourc... Read More »

When was the first laundry dryer invented?

The laundry dryer was invented in 1799 by a Frenchman named Pochon. It was called the ventilator and was the first tumble dryer. The ventilator featured a drum with holes hand-cranked over a fire.R... Read More »