You all know I've been on a hair journey and there is one dilemma I face nearly every morning when I do my hair: do I want to put extreme heat on my hair or leave it unstyled? Enter Dyson Airwrap styler. It combines powerful airflow with controlled heat, to dry and style your hair from damp – with no extreme heat. Because I am styling my hair with mostly air instead of direct heat like a traditional hair curler or wand, it has helped protect my hair against extreme heat damage. But the question is, do my curls last? Is it worth the big price tag? Continue to read below for my Dyson Airwrap review and how I to create beach waves in five easy steps...
Here are the simple steps to create beach waves using Dyson Airwrap styler.
2. For short to medium hair, use the 1.2-inch barrel.
3. Wrap about 1″ sections around the barrel away from the face from root to ends, leaving 2-3 inches out.
4. Using high heat and airflow, heat your hair for about 15 seconds or make sure that it is completely dry.
5. Then cold blast for 10 seconds. Because hair sets when it's heated then cooled, and this ensures that your curls last.
This machine blew me away from the start. Aside from the easy to do styling (if I can do it - I promise you can), it also cut my drying time in half. It has helped protect my hair against extreme heat damage. It's almost as if Dyson knew everything I was personally struggling with when it comes to my hair, and created this magic tool. I promise once you have it you’ll never need to buy a hairdryer, curling iron, or straightener again (which honestly, I probably spend the same amount of money buying all the other tools that this one replaces). I have fairly delicate hair so not having to use a hot iron and being able to achieve sleek and shiny hair with just hot or warm air is a game-changer.
In the long run, I think Dyson Airwrap is best as it will not create extreme/ heat damage, especially on processed, damaged hair.
The Dyson Airwrap styler creates much shinier, voluminous curls than when I use a traditional curler. If you have really fine hair with no volume, you might prefer this as well. It really is so easy to create that 'salon blow-out' look right at home!
Note: There is a learning curve, especially when using it as a curling wand. You have to play around with it but I like my method better for beach waves vs Shirley Temple curls. I almost gave up but after doing my hair three times, I am obsessed.
I feel like I am a hair professional now! 😉 Thanks to Dyson for sponsoring this post and making this seriously bomb tool! The black and purple version is now available now on Dyson.com
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