Amazon shoppers compare ‘bargain’ Revlon styler to ‘salon blow dry’

The range of hair and beauty tools available to buy on Amazon has grown, and it’s become a go-to place for beauty lovers to try new products for less. With many looking to cut back on spending, visits to a hair salon are expensive, so hair tools that can create similar results are sought-after.

The volumising tool uses advanced ionic and ceramic technology to reduce frizz and leave hair looking and feeling shiny, healthy and sleek.

The brush size is designed to help add volume to the roots of the hair and add a curl to the tips, and the mixture of bristles help to detangle.

Using an air-powered tool for hair styling can significantly reduce damage to the hair when compared with direct heat tools, such as straighteners and curling wands.

The three temperature settings and two speed settings are ideal for customised styling, plus the tool is handy for travelling as it features a dual plug adaptor which can be used in both the UK and Europe.

The hair tool has racked up over 29,000 reviews, with 74 percent of shoppers giving it a five star rating.

Lisa said: ”Watched a youtube clip for tips and was not disappointed. Hair feels smooth and shiny after drying. So quick and easy and looks like a salon quality blow dry! Love this dryer!!”

Ami commented: ”Just a bit of info about my hair: it’s medium length, curly, frizzy, with a fine/soft texture. I used to go into the salon twice a week to get a blow-dry. I just wish I had known about this brush sooner! FYI: I’m terrible at straightening my own hair and have always struggled with it. This is sooo easy to use. If your hair is curly or frizzy I’d suggest using it on hair that’s 80 percent wet and add heat protectant or blow-dry cream.”

Zoilo Lucas also added: ”I was spending huge amount of time drying my long frizzy hair, it takes me literally 12 mins to get the job done from wet to fully dry, I also ditched the hair straightener in the process so I’m a very happy customer.”

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