Dyson Airwrap didn’t just make a few minor changes to the appliance; the company made many significant changes. One of the most wanted changes to the Dyson Airwrap tool was to improve the curler attachments. You can use the same modern extension to curl your hair clockwise or counterclockwise. You read it right; you don’t have to change the wings to change the direction of the curl. Also, the round brush accessory, which has always been a fan favorite, is now available in two sizes to fit a broader range of thick, complete looks.
When the Dyson Airwrap came out in 2018, it proved everything we thought we knew about how to style our hair wrong. In the past, hair had to be dried, smoothed and curled with a lot of heat. Scientists and engineers at Dyson have devised a way to get similar results without using much heat. They do this by using airflow, precisely the Coanda effect. As a consequence? No matter your hair, you can get a salon-style blowout in just a few minutes with just one tool.
The new tool has the answer to the problem of the flyways. If your hair tends to frizz, you can get a sleek look by twisting the flyaway setting on the rough-dry tool attachment.
- It saves money and storage space by eliminating the need for many hair straighteners.
- Setup is a breeze.
- All hair kinds are accommodated.
- If you already possess a Dyson Airwrap, you can save yourself the cost of a new styler by purchasing the additional accessories for $40.
- Three variations cater to various hair lengths and textures: Full, Prolonged, and Coily/Curly.
- It Cost about $600.
- It takes some time and effort to perfect.
Features of the Dyson Airwrap Multi-Stylist
- Size is 10.7″ H x 1.5″ L x 1.9″ W
- The weight is 1.5 lbs.
- Power, temperature, and velocity controls (with three distinct settings each)
- Energeia is 1300 volts
- Power is 120
- Functional between 32 and 104 degrees Fahrenheit.
Directions for Use
You should follow the directions cautiously for the best results with the Airwrap. It might take some getting accustomed to because this gear performs significantly differently from standard hair wands and flat irons.
The pre-styling dryer attachment is not only a great blow dryer to take with you, but it can also be used to dry your hair from drenched to just damp. For it to work, your hair needs to be just a little bit sticky, not dripping wet or bone dry. Then, switch to one of the four curling barrels, the round volumizing brush, the soft or firm smoothing brush, or the round volumizing brush. The attachments help style hair as it dries, making waves with different amounts of volume and bounce.
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Curling wands are the real deal. As long as you point the barrel in the direction of the curl you want, the Coanda effect will automatically wrap your hair around the wand and give you the perfect circle every time (so either away from your face or toward it; you have the choice). After separating a small piece of hair, let the barrel spin for a few seconds, and then press the cool-shot button to set the curl. Turn off the Airwrap before letting go of the ring to avoid knots.
Also, don’t rush when you’re curling. Carefully curling the hair, letting it cool, and then letting it go will give you curls that last and look shiny. Ensure the curl is completely dry before taking it off the barrel. On some hair types, curls made with an Airwrap may not last as long as curls made with a traditional curling iron. Since the Airwrap uses much less heat, this could be the case. First, style your hair with a product that gives it a light hold. Then, set the curls with a lot of hairsprays. Each Airwrap session should last at least three days, excluding any touch-ups that might be needed.
Dyson sells longer curling barrels that are 1.6 inches and 1.2 inches in diameter for $40 each, but it will cost you an extra $80 to buy both.
Dyson Airwrap Results
With the Airwrap, you can get a salon-quality blowout without using heat. When I use it instead of my usual styling products, my hair looks and feels so much better, and I’ve never been able to get such fullness and volume on my own. The Airwrap, on the other hand, doesn’t have a lot of different ways to wear it.
The Airwrap has made my hair care routine brighter, but not necessarily faster (I have a lot of hair). It takes at least 46 minutes to dry my hair, and that includes rough-drying, combing, and curling it. Having one product and cord is much easier than having two, three, or four.
Does It Pay Off?
The Airwrap styler starts at $550, and if you want the longer barrels, you’ll have to pay even more. Spending that much money is only worth it:
- If you love having the newest and best beauty tools, or you like the look of blowouts and,
- If you really want to do it in the comfort of your own home
If you often use heat to style your hair and want to keep it from getting damaged, it’s a no-brainer to buy an Airwrap. It an excellent choice to straighten your curly hair with low heat. It well worth the money if you have thin hair and want salon-quality volume all the time. It’s a good deal if you travel most of the time and don’t want to carry many tools around.
It’s not worth it if you’re looking for a way to save time on your hair or if you like having lots of different curls and styles. Even if you have an Airwrap, you should still have a separate blow dryer, curling iron, and straightener. The better for your hair’s health, the less you use them.