Review: Dyson AirWrap


We well know Dyson for its home appliances. Well, it invaded the business of style with the Dyson Airwrap. Now, Airwrap is a multi-use styling tool which the corporation guarantees to work out everything your straighteners, hairdryer, rollers, and brushes do, all in one without intense, burning heat.

AirWrap comes in three distinct variations depending on which accessories come with it: Volume + Shape, Shape + Smooth and the most expensive AirWrap Complete, which accommodates all the styling attachments. I tried the last one, and I was left mesmerized.

I found the looks of AirWrap charming and unboxing it is a curious encounter. The complete collection includes eight different connections, which consist of four barrels, three brushes, and one dryer.

Blow dryer and brush attachments are self-interpretive. AirWrap barrels use the ‘Coanda’ effect to curl your hair. This effect “draws, wraps, and curls the hair around the barrel”, to put it AirWrap cuts down the clatter.

The initial thing you’ll see about the gadget is how light it is so no arm ache from those heavier ones in the market. With a slight practice, you will get used to it. I was exceedingly thrilled by how it dried the hair and gratified with how much volume we could accomplish.

Is it worth purchasing? Yes, if you cherish your hair. The technology is ingenious and resourceful. With its extravagant price sticker, it all falls to you how much wealth you’d be enthusiastic about spending on your hair.