By Andy Tseng
“Is Dyson Airwrap Styler a good tool to have?”
Many clients have been asking about the Dyson Airwrap, is worth adding it to the beauty investment. 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 Airwrap, your hair needs to be barely damp before you start styling, do not start with sopping wet hair, because it will take you forever to dry. Using it on dry hair won’t give you as much body and hold unless using styling products with light hold in your hair before you begin the process, then set the curls with a good amount of hairspray at the end.
Not to mention, you have to give a good amount of time. Since the heat that’s coming out from the dryer is much lower than from the heat-styling irons. Methodically curling, cooling, then gently releasing is the way to achieve glossy curls that last. The curl should be dry to the touch before you unravel it from the barrel. Some hair types may find that the Airwrap curls don’t last as long as curls with traditional heat-styling irons.
Because it is using the heat and air to form the curls, when the hair is prone to frizz, it is more likely to exacerbate it. Using the proper smoothing product both before and after styling could help to reduce it to its minimum.
My opinion on the Dyson Airwrap Styler is it delivers on the promise of an at-home blowout using minimal heat if is using correctly. It does not necessarily make the hair routine faster, again is based on your hair type. Thought because it is using far less heat compared to the traditional heat-styling irons, the hair would feel much healthier. Also, it saves you space in the bathroom for combining all the tools into one.