For me, yes. The Dyson Airwrap has been 100% worth the money I invested. I’ve been using it every time I style my hair over the past two years.
It’s a pricey hair tool and was a big investment for me, so I thought it would be best to tell you what I like and don’t like (yep, this is a brutally honest review) so that you can decide for yourself if the Airwrap would be a good fit for your hair needs.
Before I forget to mention this, I will have an entire separate blog post and YouTube video coming soon with all of my tips on getting the most out of your Airwrap.
Today’s post will focus on the pros and cons, to help you decide if it’s the right tool for you.
Prior to purchasing the Airwrap, the other dryer styling brushes I’ve purchased are the: Revlon Dryer Brush, Hot Tools Dryer Brush, and the Conair Supreme 2-in-1 Styling Brush. I also have a slew of curling and flat irons from ghd, Bio Ionic, Conair, and Chi, as well as blow dryers from Bio Ionic and ghd.
My point: I’ve tried a TON of hot tools and hopefully this gives me a unique perspective on the Dyson Airwrap and why I think it’s a good buy.
The Airwrap is a combination hair dryer and styling tool. Instead of using high heat to style your hair, it uses high speed air flow and suction to dry and style your hair at the same time.
It comes with a barrel and 6 styling attachments that are easily clicked in and out, using the lock on the backside of the barrel.
It also comes with a large storage box that keeps the attachments sorted, a filter cleaner, and a heat protection mat to place the dryer down on as needed. A heat protection mat protects both your countertops and the Airwrap.
The Airwrap retails for $599. There are additional attachments (that I will get more into) that retail for $40 each and they are sold separately.
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I feel like one of the biggest misconceptions I see with the Airwrap is that it is going to give you piecey beach waves, like a 1.25″ curling produces. This is a totally reasonable thought, as the attachments for curling led me to think the same thing. It’s also common to hear people say this replaced my curling iron, flat iron and blow dryer, like I did above.
What I find is the the Airwrap gives me the blow out version of curls, which I prefer. My finished hair look is smooth, bouncy, and the curls have great, cohesive movement. It’s a different finish vs. using a curling wand for curls with more separation. I hope this makes sense.
I feel like this is really important to note as your are considering if the Airwrap is right for you.
The Airwrap has taken over as my most-used hair styling tool.
My hair is the healthiest looking and feeling it’s ever been. It’s also the longest that I’ve ever been able to grow it in my life and I credit this completely to the hard plastic attachments on the Airwrap. Not using any heated metal on my hair has been a game changer.
Am I happy I purchased the Airwrap? Yes. Would I buy the Airwrap again? 100%. I am hoping that the Airwrap lasts me several years (at minimum), but at this point, there is no going back. I am a full Dyson Airwrap convert.
If you are looking for a tool that will help make your hair healthier and also streamline your blow-dry and styling into one device, I highly recommend the Airwrap!
Thank you for reading and being a part of the blog! – Molly