DYSON’S new Airwrap Styler is among the hottest hair stylers in the marketplace, with many people coveting the wet-to-dry styler.
The hair styler from Sir James’s design firm guarantees to do all the things your straighteners, hairdryer, rollers and brushes do, multi functional with out fierce, damaging warmth – there’s only one factor, they value a whopping £450.
Jenny Francis checks Dyson’s £450 Airwrap which will help you straighten, curl and dry your hairCredit score: stewart williams
The worth alone of The Airwrap will make your hair curl – however how does it fare towards cheaper rivals?Credit score: PA:Press Affiliation
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However might the Airwrap be definitely worth the cash? To search out out, JENNY FRANCIS pitted it towards particular person styling instruments in a sequence of duties and names a successful and dropping gadget in every showdown.
Her total verdict: “As a lot as I don’t need to admit it of a product with a £450 price ticket, I believe it’s an absolute wonder-tool.”
Beats regular hairdryer by 40 minutes
Jenny Francis wows with a bouncy blowdry and says she will be able to type her hair with one hand with Dyson’s new gadgetCredit score: stewart williams
I WAS actually a bit emotional once I first used the Dyson barrel attachment.
The air flows out sizzling and quick, in a round movement. So the minute you part a bit of hair and maintain it as much as the product, it sucks it spherical for you, so all you must do is transfer the styler nearer to your head and maintain it.
And right here is the magical bit – you are able to do this with ONE HAND.
In simply 20 minutes, I’ve received a blowdry even some £50-a-pop salons can’t obtain.
Jenny Francis prefers Dyson’s gadget, proper, to the hairdryer and brush, which takes far longer
LOSER: Hairdryer and brush
For me the curls are by no means tight sufficient, I’m for ever ripping bits of my hair out on the barrel brush and it often takes about an hour.
No injury… in contrast to the straighteners
Jenny Francis admits that her hair isn’t simple to straighten, however the Dyson gadget managed it in 16 minutesCredit score: stewart williams
MY hair doesn’t go straight simply, so I’m sceptical in regards to the Dyson’s claims that it may do the job.
This attachment is a big brush with air that’s pressured out from inside. Simply part hair and move it by means of the comb.
Due to the velocity the air comes out at, it dries actually shortly despite the fact that the product won’t ever get hotter than 150C. The entire job takes 16 minutes.
Jenny Francis backs Dyson’s new gadget, left, towards the damaging and cheaper rival
As soon as I’ve washed my hair I’ve to dry it with a hairdryer earlier than I can straighten it. The entire job takes 32 minutes.
The result’s simply as straight because the Dyson, however the straighteners’ 200C warmth leaves my hair dry and broken.
Not nice – curling tongs do a greater job
Jenny Francis admits that unfastened waves should not the Dyson’s ‘robust level’Credit score: stewart williams
FOR a unfastened curl or wave, Dyson suggests utilizing the smaller barrel attachment. Twist hair barely earlier than letting it wrap itself across the styler.
Whereas it does a terrific job of drying it, the styler simply desires to twist my hair once more reasonably than wave it.
I don’t assume this type is the Airwrap’s robust level.
Jenny Francis prefers curling tongs, left, and says they obtain a greater wave than Dyson’s Airwrap
WINNER: Curling tong
I’ve to dry my hair earlier than utilizing the tong, which isn’t as helpful because the Dyson. However the curling tong isn’t too fiddly and all I’ve to do is wrap sections of hair round it, maintain for eight seconds and launch.
It achieves a greater wave than the Dyson and stays in place for longer.
Rather a lot much less faff than rollers, by a good distance
Jenny Francis loves utilizing Dyson’s Airwrap for extra quantity and says it’s far much less faffCredit score: stewart williams
I ATTACH the Dyson volumising brush and maintain on the roots because it fires out the warmth and quick air.
I drag it to the top of the hair, wrap hair into the foundation and maintain for about 20 seconds earlier than releasing.
My roots have an instantaneous elevate and it holds properly after. It’s loads much less faff than rollers by a good distance.
Dyson is a ‘lot much less faff’ than the normal curlers
LOSER: Velcro rollers
I part off the hair, wrap it across the curler and pin it in place. Then I blast with warmth, go away for at the very least 40 minutes, spray with hairspray, then take away.
It offers good quantity and a clean end. The one drawback is that it’s virtually not possible to do the again by your self. It’s good however tech is healthier.