By Andy Tseng
“Is Dyson Airwrap Styler a good hairstyling tool to have?”
Many clients have been asking me about my thought on Dyson Airwrap Styler. They want to know if it’s worth adding it to the beauty investment. Dyson Airwrap is a multi-purpose hairstyling tool. Not only you can create curls and waves, but you can also use it to smooth and dry the hair without the use of extreme heat. But this hair styling tool comes with a hefty price tag. It retails for $550 and it’s currently out of stock. I think this is an amazing all-in-one hair styling tool but my thought on that is you still have to do some work.
There are two factors that can temporarily change the chemistry of hair: heat and water. With the combination of two, you can manipulate hair into the shape that you want, either straight, wavy, curly, or back to the natural texture.
With the Dyson Airwrap Styler, your hair needs to be barely damp before you start styling. One thing to keep in mind is do not start with sopping wet hair. Because it will take you forever to dry the hair. However, using the Airwrap Styler on dry hair won’t give you as much body and hold unless you use the right styling products with light hold in your hair before you begin the process. You can then set the curls with a good amount of hairspray at the end.
In addition, you have to give yourself a good amount of time for the styling. Since the heat that’s coming out from the dryer is much lower than from the heat-styling irons, the process will take a longer time. It’s essential that you take the time to curl, cool, then gently release the hair methodically. Do not rush the process. This is the only way to achieve glossy curls that last. Remember, good work takes time. The curls should be dry to the touch before you unravel it from the barrel. Some hair types may find that the curls created by the Dyson Airwrap Styler don’t last as long as curls with traditional heat-styling irons.
Another factor to consider is frizziness. Because the Dyson Airwrap Styler uses heat and air to create the curls, if your hair is prone to frizz, it is more likely to exacerbate it. If you hair is proine to frizz, consider using the proper smoothing product both before and after styling could help to reduce frizziness to its minimum.
In conclusion, my opinion on the Dyson Airwrap Styler is it can certainly delivers on the promise of an at-home blowout using minimal heat if is using correctly. However, it does not necessarily make the hair routine faster. And again, it also depends on your hair type. One thing for certain is that your hair would feel much healthier because it uses far less heat compared to the traditional heat-styling irons. Also, it saves you space in the bathroom for combining all the tools into one.
What do you think? Do you think this styling tool is something you would like to try?