It’s no secret that for the last few years, the Dyson Airwrap has been the undisputed end-all-be-all hair styling tool. So when we heard that Dyson (who also makes the most bougie hair dryer and cordless straightener out there) was launching a brand new hair tool, we were immediately excited: Meet the Dyson Airstrait.
According to a press release from the brand, the Airstrait offers “a new way to stretch and straighten multiple hair types from wet, with no hot plates or extreme heat.” So if you have always wished to shorten your beauty routine and combine your hair dryer with your straightener, this is definitely for you.
While straightening your hair when it’s wet would normally sound like a red flag, Dyson has, once again, made our hair dreams come true. Basically, the Airstrait, which comes in two colors, works by using a highly pressured, precise airflow to dry and style your locks at the same time without frying your hair.
There are three pre-set temperature settings to choose from. But this machine is pretty smart on its own: “Glass bead thermistors, located in the machine arms, regulate airflow temperature up to 30 times per second, to prevent heat damage and protect hair’s natural shine.” You can also use the tool on dry hair to refresh your look — simply choose between the wet-to-dry and dry styling modes.
Additionally, the Airstrait has an LCD screen so you easily check the airflow, temperature settings and styling mode. Plus, the machine has an auto-pause feature that kicks in between strands, and it’ll turn off on its own after a few minutes if you accidentally leave it on.
Currently, the Airstrait is in stock on Dyson’s website (in both colorways!) as well as at Sephora, but we have a feeling it’ll sell out very quickly, so don’t wait to buy! While it’s definitely an investment, it’s practically two tools in one. Plus, Dyson offers a free 30-day return policy, a two-year warranty and free shipping, so you can make your purchase worry free.
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