My Dyson Airwrap review and it’s a bit mixed. It’s been a while since I talked on the topic of hair! My last post was on 8/23/19 where I went over trending hair accessories (updated 10/28/21). So, I’m getting back into it this year!
Let me give you some background on my hair before we discuss the Dyson hair tool. I have medium length, color-treated hair that is thick, thick, thick. I will say, I have used the Airwrap on my virgin and color-treated hair. Though I am no hairstylist, I do know my way around the hair care aisle plus this tool is meant for people without professional background. I’ve used it on wet, dry and towel-dried hair so I’ve been around the block. My experience with this tool has led me to build a pros and cons list.
The Dyson Airwrap dries your hair SO fast. It will be your secret weapon when you’re in a hurry! Another advantage is that this tool helps prevent heat damage by having lower temperatures and no prolonged contact with the heat source. So, if you’re looking for a savior from heat damage, it’s great.
There definitely was a power struggle between my thick hair and Dyson. I found that there was not enough tension for my hair’s coarseness and texture. The lack of heat also caused my hair to frizz. So, that’s the tradeoff of less heat damage.
To say that I gave up isn’t a totally true statement. You’re also not going to see my Dyson Airwrap on Poshmark any time soon. I experimented with a few different methods based on suggestions from my followers. I was advised to use the curling attachments on completely wet hair. Unfortunately, this did NOT work. My hair frizzed and didn’t hold the curl. I did like using the curling tools on drier hair. It created full body curls that held. I found that the key was rough drying my hair 90% of the way, then using the curling attachment.
In the end, I suggest trying it out. If you can find it at a discounted price, borrow from a friend or buy it second hand then that’s the best way to get it. I found a few places to help you so you don’t have to go on a hunt.
Let my pros and cons list be your advice from a friend. I have mixed emotions on this product but I am willing to keep trying. My final vote: the Dyson Airwrap works best on fine, straighter hair.
Go out, try it for yourself and let me know your verdict!7