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    Revlon one step hair dryer and volumizer

    The hair dryer that's shaped like a round brush. Get it. You will not be disappointed. My old $200 hair dryer died and picked this up. I like it infinitely more than my old dryer.

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    Re: Revlon one step hair dryer and volumizer

    I was watching videos and a girl with super tight curls got her hair done in 5 minutes. Does it really work that fast? It takes me like 10 minutes to blowdry my hair normally

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    Re: Revlon one step hair dryer and volumizer

    Quote Originally Posted by DeeReynolds View Post
    I was watching videos and a girl with super tight curls got her hair done in 5 minutes. Does it really work that fast? It takes me like 10 minutes to blowdry my hair normally
    It usually takes me 20+ minutes to blow out my curly hair, and I knocked 5 minutes off yesterday which I think is pretty good considering it was my first use and I was goofing around with it. I think I could easily do my hair in 10 minutes with this thing.

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    Re: Revlon one step hair dryer and volumizer

    I love mine! I made a thread on it about a month ago because I was thinking of purchasing it. I ended up biting the bullet when amazon had it on sale for $45.

    I’ve got relatively straight hair with a bit of a wave. I always style it because it looks bad air dried.
    I like how this give me a salon looking blowout without the hassle of using a brush and a blow dryer. It also smooths it out so nicely.

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    Re: Revlon one step hair dryer and volumizer

    have you guys noticed any increase in hair damage?

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    Re: Revlon one step hair dryer and volumizer

    Quote Originally Posted by Atwood View Post
    have you guys noticed any increase in hair damage?
    I haven’t but I’ve heard people say it gets too hot on the high setting so they used the low setting.

    I also make sure to use a heat protectant spray(pureology color fanatic https://www.pureology.com/colour-fan...eat-protection )

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    Re: Revlon one step hair dryer and volumizer

    I haven't noticed any damage either. I have a lot of hair and really need the high setting to dry it all in a timely manner, but it does get really hot. I just make sure to keep it moving to keep it from being in one spot too long.

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    Re: Revlon one step hair dryer and volumizer

    Quote Originally Posted by w0nderstruck View Post
    I love mine! I made a thread on it about a month ago because I was thinking of purchasing it. I ended up biting the bullet when amazon had it on sale for $45.

    I’ve got relatively straight hair with a bit of a wave. I always style it because it looks bad air dried.
    I like how this give me a salon looking blowout without the hassle of using a brush and a blow dryer. It also smooths it out so nicely.
    You should check out the curly girl method (r/curlyhair on reddit). My hair was always poofy and frizzy with a slight wave until I realized I actually have wavy hair. Started following the curly girl method and it's really brought out and defined my waves. Definitely something to look into, if you're interested.

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    Re: Revlon one step hair dryer and volumizer

    Bringing this thread back from the dead because I just bought this thing and it is great.

    I have naturally straight hair that I typically just let air dry. Recently got it chopped to a few inches above my shoulders and the ends really want to flip out in a way that makes it look like I stepped out of the 70s. I bought a tiny travel straightener in an attempt to flip them in but it was time consuming af, not very effective, and felt like I was probably frying my hair.

    Decided I would try this thing and it’s somehow even better than the rave reviews I read before deciding to purchase? Keeps my ends curled under and makes my hair so shiny and soft. Looks like I just got a professional blow out and the whole thing only took 10 or 15 minutes to do (after air drying 80-90% of the way). Did it before bed and still looked good when I woke up.

    A+++

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