Dyson Hair Dryer Review
June 29, 2018
You should know, while I do get sent some awesome products from companies to try
(perks of the job as a blogger) I truly only post about products that I personally use and love.
My readers mean the world to me and I would never want to lose your trust by promoting a product that was total crap. The truth is, I value you and your hard earn money and I would never want to jeopardize that!All that to say, I got a lot of questions when I filmed the unboxing video on IG stories of my Dyson hair dryer the company sent me but I wanted to wait to see use it for a period of time before I shared with you guys my review. (After all, the Dyson dryer is $400 which is a pretty penny in comparison to other hair dryers on the market.)Overall, I am obsessed with this dryer and over the last 90 days I’ve noticed big improvements in the texture and health of my hair! Below is a list of all the pros and cons of the dryer, I hope this helps you decide if this is the right hair dryer for you.
- Shorter drying time. Which cuts down on the damaging heat to the hair. In general I’ve noticed way less breakage and split ends as a result of less dry time. Not to mention getting out the door faster and on with my day.
- Lightweight.This hair dryer, unlike any other houses the engine in the handle of the dryer instead of the head. The balanced weight distribution is much more comfortable to hold and you can style more comfortably for longer, especially if you are giving yourself a legit blowout.
- Hair is softer, sleeker and there are fewer fly-aways. I’ve found other dryers get too hot and they fry hair dry fast. Sure your hair is dry – but its frizzy AF. With the Dyson dryer, there are several different magnetic attachments and heat settings. I find the medium heat with the angled nozzle attachment just enough heat to dry hair, while also leaving it silky and smooth. If I use a round brush I can skip flat ironing all together!
- Its quieter. Its a powerful engine with a quieter sound for a more luxurious drying experience. ahhh!
- Doesn’t travel well. The cord is heavy and on the bulkier side. The dryer itself is beautiful but cumbersome and doesn’t collapse at all.
- Price point. The $400 price tag of this dryer seems steep in comparison to the other dryers in stores today. However, similar to high quality blowouts at salons like Drybar ($80-$90 on average with tip)- you get what you pay for. If you want beautiful blow outs that hold style and last for days and preserve and protect the health of your hair, it may be a worth while investment for you. Not to mention its a total statement piece for your beauty drawer 😉
I’ve tagged my favorite heat protectant, styling sprays and the brushes that I CANNOT LIVE WITHOUT. Hope all these products and the tips help achieve the hair of your dreams!