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Bellissima 8 In 1 Interchangeable Hot Air Brush Dryer And Volumizer (8 Interchangeable Accessories,Ion Technology,Ceramic And Keratin Coated Brushes,2 Air Flow/temperature Combinations) 1000W, UK Plug

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The pros: Using the BaByliss AirStyle 1000, the first thing I noticed was how light it was—so far so good. It comes with four attachments: a hair dryer, a round brush with soft bristles, a blow-dry paddle brush with hard bristles for smoothing and straightening and a conical barrel for curling. Soft, straight and volumised with the oval Volume&Straight brush, which gives volume and body to hair from root to tip. Thanks to the ceramic and keratin coating, it helps to close the hair cuticle, leaving hair super shiny. Introducing Curly, the 19 mm curling wand coated in ceramic and keratin, for creating defined tight ringlets with ease. Meanwhile, if you have natural curls, use the Natural Curls accessory to dry them and enhance their beauty and elasticity.

Straight or soft waves with styled ends: simply use the Extra Wavy accessory, a round 32 mm brush which is also coated in ceramic and keratin. You can create a soft, wavy style or a tamed, straight look, with no frizz. Also because the Bellissima straighteners are chunkier than my previous straighteners and are not as rounded on the edges, I have been finding it harder to curl my hair but I think I just need to get the hang of manoeuvring them. I think it’s more of a me problem. No need to use a hairdryer first; After patting hair dry with a towel, remove excess water using the Air Wonder with the Dry concentrator nozzle which directs the flow of air, for efficient drying. Next, use the Smooth&Delicate hot air brush to gently detangle the hair: now you're ready to create your favourite looks for every occasion. The cons: Although the styler gives you plenty of attachments to work with, I would probably reach for just three of the attachments frequently, as I found that my hair just didn’t hold the styling with some of them (such as the round brushes and curling tong). However, this could be down to prep or just the current health of my hair. I also found that the cool setting didn’t really blow cool air, and the temperature seemed too warm.

The only niggle I have is that I wish that there was an easier way to empty the reservoir as I always find I have leftover water after I’ve straightened/curled my hair and I don’t want to leave it in there until I next use the straighteners as I don’t straighten/curl my hair every day. I wish there was either a cap on the end to take off to empty the excess water instead of trying to shake the excess water out of the tiny hole you fill the reservoir up with. It’s a bit annoying. I’d be remiss not to mention perhaps the biggest pull of the AirWrap here, and that’s the fact that it uses less heat than most hairstyling tools, which in turn means less heat damage. Of course, you should still use a heat protector, but in general, the use of lower heat means that there is less potential for damage, keeping your hair healthier.

The cons: I found it quite difficult and clunky to use, and it certainly took me a while to really get to grips with the rotating function. In fact, I think it would probably be easier to use without it, and there were a couple of hairy (sorry) moments when I accidentally wound it too far in the wrong direction. Proceed with caution. My verdict: This is great for generally smoothing and volumising your hair, with the added benefit of some curls, without requiring much effort, time or a big investment like other competing products on the market. The round brush tool offered the best results, and inexperienced stylers like me will enjoy that you can’t really go wrong with it. It gave more volume at the roots and a nice professional-looking curl at the ends. I’m not sure the tongs offered anything better than your average ceramic style, but it’s nice to have the option to play around with. My top tip for getting the best out of the curl attachments would be to let your hair cool while still wrapped up—either turn it off or use the cool air function before unravelling. The pros: I’m all for tools that have multiple functions, so the 8-in-1 aspect of the Air Wonder definitely appealed to me. The Belissima Air Wonder feels very light in the hands, even with the attachments, so I didn’t find it a pain to hold up for a long period of time. Adding on the the different attachments was easy too. My verdict: I think the T3 Airbrush Duo would be ideal for hair that’s shoulder-length or shorter, or if you want to style a curtain fringe or face framing layers. The curls held in place best on the shorter layers at the front of my hair, but not so much on the longer, one-length sections of my hair. I'll be keeping this on standby for the days when I want to dry my hair with a straight finish, as the paddle brush attachment is excellent for this.Ceramic and keratin coating: helps to protect hair and gives instant vitality, for silky, shiny, bouncy hair Thanks to Air Wonder, it is really easy to experiment with different styles without damaging your hair. The ceramic and keratin coating protects the hair and the ions help to maintain hydration, minimising the frizz effect. Diffuser - Dries and enhances naturally curly hair, guarantees hair hydration , curls & definition, reducing frizziness Travelsize. Just one simple move to dry hair, add volume and create a range of different styles. With the Air Wonder hot air brush, featuring ionic technology and bristles coated with ceramic and keratin, you can change your look with ease whenever you like, thanks to the 8 accessories included. Volumised, straight, wavy, tight ringlets or natural curls: you decide! The cons: If you’re looking for a tool to replace your hair dryer and give you tight curls, then this probably isn’t the tool for you. However, I would recommend it purely for the round brush attachment alone.

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