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If you’ve got curly hair, there’s an incredibly high chance your curls have been kissed by a diffuser before. And if not, well, please enjoy this complimentary hug, because your poor curls have clearly been wronged in the past. As a refresher, hair diffusers are bowl-shaped attachments that disperse the flow of air from your blow-dryer, helping to dry your curls more evenly and gently, while preventing frizz, encouraging definition, and creating major volume. Magical, right?
But, not all diffusers are created equal, and some are, um, a little bit more effective than others. So to help you parse through the zillions of options on the market, I handpicked the nine best diffusers for curly hair of all time. Keep reading to find your hair’s new BFF, along with how to diffuse your curly hair, below.
Just saying: I am reposting this, as it clearly states the process: The house acts as the detectives (no a vote is not needed and even prior impeachments show this, it's not only presidents the get impeached.) The House then decides what charges to bring forth for "trial" (articles of impeachment) The Senate acts as a jury during the impeachment (trial) at which point the president retains an "attorney" and is allowed to call witness and submit evidence as well (just like any actual trial!) The Senate then takes a vote to impeach or not based off of the evidence collected. The Senate DOES NOT get to subpoena witnesses during the investigation (they're the jury, NOT the detectives, and NOT the defending "attorneys"!) The Senate DOES NOT have a right to sit in during the questioning of witnesses during the investigation (only during the trial!) And yes any Republicans that are in the selected investigating commities IN THE HOUSE do get to sit in during the questioning of witnesses and viewing of evidence during the investigation, as well as examine the witnesses and evidence because THEY ARE HOUSE MEMBERS ON THOSE COMMITIES. Usually the questioning of witnesses and viewing of evidence during the investigation is closed door for matters of national security (most have been through hundreds of years, if the possibility of classified information being talked about or viewed!)