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The Dyson Airwrap styler complete comes with specific attachments designed with different hair types and desired looks in mind.

  • Pre-styling dryer: Prepares hair for styling using a fast but diffused airflow. Engineered for all hair types, it’s designed to dry hair to the ideal moisture level (damp to touch) before using the curling barrels.
  • Soft smoothing brush: Engineered to add body and volume to limp, flat hair while creating a smooth, blow-dry finish. Ball-tipped bristles allow for increased tension to help keep hair aligned to the brush.
  • 40mm Airwrap barrel x 2 (L:+R): To create loose curls or waves for thicker, coarser hair that has some shape.
  • 30mm Airwrap barrel x 2 (L+R): To create voluminous curls or waves for most hair types. Achieve voluminous curls for those with limp, finer or straighter hair. Get tighter curls for those with thicker, coarser hair with some shape.
  • Firm smoothing brush: To create a straighter style with less frizz. Engineered to tame and smooth unruly, thicker, coarser hair, with firm straight bristles to help create tension and reduce tangling.
  • Round volumising brush: To create volume and shape. Ideal for creating tension to shape finer, thinner and straighter hair.
Dyson Airwrap styler

But wait there’s more

Dyson has a special pop-up store at 106 King Street Sydney (near the corner of Pitt and King) where you can book a consultation from 10 to 14 October and see it in action.

The $699 Dyson Airwrap styler is available on from 10th October and in-store at David Jones and Myer from 13th October.

GadgetGuy’s take:

A balding male is envious of those voluminous locks.

GadgetGirl will review this device although she is very happy with her Dyson Supersonic and probably does not need it. By the way, she has been using the Supersonic since February, and after eight months her damaged hair has grown eight cm. Her hair now looks lustrous, smooth and voluminous – something years of cheap, hot hairdryer damage had turned a little lifeless. Works for her!

I suspect that will be only one issue to widespread uptake. Women understand a hairdryer and how to use brushes to get some style. Far fewer understand how to style in the home. So, Dyson’s task is to educate and declare death to straighteners and styling wands that cook your hair.

Is it revolutionary? Yes, there is nothing like it!