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Revlon One-Step Hair Dryer Brush Review

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Out of all the beauty tools that I have tried in the past year, the Revlon One-Step Hair Dryer has made the biggest impact on me. So much so, that I had to write a review about it, and share my secret to what has been a total game-changer and a STAPLE In how I style my hair.

If you know me, then you’ll know that I am constantly trying out different smoothing products and methods to help make my thick & frizzy hair more manageable. Up until I discovered the Revlon One-Step Hair Dryer, I was getting regular Brazilian keratin treatments to reduce the frizz, and make washing my hair more of a bearable task. If you have thick and frizzy hair like I do, then you’ll know all about the hair wash struggle!

I received the Revlon One-Step Hair Dryer as a Christmas gift and ever since that glorious day, I have implemented it into my routine nearly every time I wash my hair. In fact, I have not had a Brazilian Keratin treatment since I started using the Revlon One-Step Hair Dryer as it has made styling my hair a lot more stress-free. Gone are the days where I dreaded the tedious and time-consuming task of washing my hair!… I now look forward to washing my hair and giving myself a professional-looking blow-dry:)

So what does it do? This one-step product boasts to have the power of a dryer to create at-home blow-dries in up to half the time. It’s ceramic coating and tangle-free combination bristles are designed to detangle, increase volume and control, without the heat damage that you get from common styling tools. Its lightweight design makes it comfortable and easy to use without the usual strain you get from blow-drying your hair with a brush and a dryer.

How I like to use it: I’ve got to admit that It took me a few goes to find the best way to use it to get the smoothest results….and would recommend perhaps watching some YouTube videos to gain some tips and tricks:) I personally like to set it on the highest heat setting as I feel this helps to get my hair as smooth as possible. I also like to ensure that my hair is at least 60% air-dried as it makes it quicker & easier to style – and is less damaging than putting heat directly on wet hair.

Although blow drying my hair is not as damaging as using straightening irons, I still like to use a deep-conditioning treatment before blow-drying, as I am still using heat on it.  The one that I like to use to get the best results is the Osmo Intensive Deep Repair Mask. I also like to use a good helping of the Bed Head Ego Boost Leave-in Hair Conditioner before styling. Both products are great for nourishing your hair and adding that much-needed moisture & hydration back into it.

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Before and after using the one-sep hair-dryer:)

Overall thoughts: If you’re looking for an all in one styling product that reduces the time it takes to blow dry your hair by half, then look no further. It used to take me over an hour to style my hair after a wash- but since this beauty came into my life, I can give myself a blow-dry in just 20 minutes! Plus, I’ve noticed that my hair feels a lot healthier & hydrated as I no longer need to straighten it to death to achieve that smooth & sleek finish. I also know that it doesn’t just work on my hair type – my friend who has fairly sleek, straight hair is also able to achieve that voluminous blow-dried look.

With over 1,000 5 star positive reviews, It isn’t Amazons bestseller for no reason. You will often find that it is compared to the infamous Dyson Airwrap…although, who really wants to spend over £300 when you can buy the Revlon one-Step Hair Dryer for only a fraction of the price?!

If you have a birthday coming up – you can put it on your birthday wish list:) Or, this will make a perfect gift for someone who likes to achieve that blow-dried look. Either way, I cannot recommend this product enough and know that it will become a staple in many people’s hair-styling routine.

Have you tried the Revlon One-step hair-dryer… what are your throughs?

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