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American Sign Language: blow-dry / blow-dryer / hair-dryer

To sign "blow dry" or "blow-dryer" just mime using an "L" hand as if it were a blow-dryer.
I personally don't get much use out of this sign.


For the "verb" form do the sign a bit larger = blow dry.
For the "noun" form, do the sign smaller and use a sign like MY or YOUR before the sign and don't use the puckered lips.  Example: MY BLOW-DRY WHERE? = Where is my blow-dryer?


Also see: HAIRDRYER  [it is the same sign]


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