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Review: Revlon Hair Dryer and Styler

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October 26, 2015

Does anyone else have a general Ain’t nobody got time for dat attitude when it comes to blow-drying their hair? It’s just that… I have a lot of hair, and it takes forever to get it dry with a blow dryer. Trying to maneuver the heavy hair tool plus a brush is exhausting when it can take about an hour to finish, plus styling afterword with a flat iron or curler.

So when I first laid eyes on the Revlon Hair Dryer and Styler, I immediately knew I needed to put it to the test. The new, revolutionary tool is a combination of a wide paddle brush and and blow dryer. Back to the Future much!? The idea appealed to me right off the bat because it seemed like it would be a much less arm-straining process, and would help with drying the hard to reach areas like the back and tops of my head.

Watch the video below to see how my first run with the Hair Dryer and Styler went:

So I’m totally and completely digging this tool. It gave me the same, if not better, results than my expensive hair dryer in half the time and really with half the effort. I can totally do this while watching YouTube, not looking in a mirror once, and get decent results. It also leaves my hair really shiny and soft, instead of dry and straw-like like other blow dryers. I think it’s because the bristles of the brush are distributing the oils and the heat is locking the moisture in.

I think this would also be a really great tool to travel with; you can certainly use it as a normal brush when it’s off and unplugged, and it will save room in your luggage by not packing an entire blow dryer. It’s also lighter than it looks!

You all have seen my curly hair, and I’m very surprised at how well this tamed it— so if you have hair any less unruly than mine, I’m pretty confident you might be able to achieve a sleek straight look. As I mentioned in the video, there’s no real way to use this and maintain curls or kinky waves since you are forced to brush them out while drying. But, if you prefer the straighter look anyway, this is for you.

The best part is that the Revlon Hair Dryer and Styler is only $50, and considering I paid over $100 for my traditional blow dryer, this is looking better and better. If you hate blow drying your hair but it’s a necessary evil in your life, give this a go!

What other beauty tools would you combine for convenience?

28 Responses

  1. Jessica
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    This really seems like a great idea! I rarely blow dry my hair… perhaps a handful of times each year… but I’d probably hate the process less with a sweet tool like this. 🙂 Thanks for sharing!!

    • Miranda | SlashedBeauty.com
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      Yeah I don’t often blow dry my hair either, but this makes it no big deal when I have to! Thanks for commenting!

  2. Stephanie Louise Telford
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    This is a really cool invention!

  3. Kendra Stanton
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    I think I am getting one this week! Looks so cool!

  4. Beyond Beauty Lounge
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    I’m definitely curious about this now, and only $50!

  5. jamie lynn prata
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    OHMYGODIWANTTHIS. No. I *NEED* this in my life. I hate air drying my hair but I hate blow drying it even more because it gets frizzy and dry and it’s so cumbersome. I will DEFINITELY be getting one of these!! Your hair looks fantastic after using it!!

    • Miranda | SlashedBeauty.com
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      Day three right here and it still looks great! I’m seriously in love with this! 🙂 🙂 I hope it works just as well for you!!

  6. BTBAshley
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    I am so going to try this. I wonder if Ulta will carry this. That way I can return if I don’t like it.

  7. mynewestaddiction
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    I was actually just wondering how well this worked the other day.

  8. TinaBowling
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    Wow, I wish I had this when my hair was long. Sounds like it works really well!

  9. Anastasia
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    That is one interesting device! I have long hair and drying it can be a nightmare sometimes. I bet this cool brush would help 🙂

  10. loveforlacquer
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    I HATE drying my hair! I definitely need this

  11. That’s a REALLY reasonable price for a hair tool that does all that! Awesome!

  12. FabZilla_Kath
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    Sounds like something I need! I need multi-tasking products like this!

  13. marciaf
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    That sounds great for travel especially and if it dries your full head of hair quickly then I know it must be powerful.

  14. Erika
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    I watched you video, the other day. Looks like a great gadget. Too bad it’s Revlon. *grumble*

  15. Lisa Marie Heath
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    I was expecting it to be a lot more expensive! That sounds great!

  16. PrimeBeauty
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    I have an older version of this with a round brush I love!

  17. Carleen
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    I might pick up one of these. It looks much better than other brush driers that I have tried.

  18. BeautyJudy
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    I would buy this in a HEARTBEAT! Actually, I want to put this on my Christmas wish list!!

  19. Phyrra
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    I need something like this!

  20. Rachel Runyan
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    That’s such a great idea! I have really long hair, so I’ll definitely be checking this out.

  21. CosmetopiaDigest.com
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    I have exactly that attitude and a lot of hair as well! This is such a handy time-saver. I want something like this, for sure!

  22. Katie M
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    This looks like a great product to have, also thought this would be good for travel. You have 2 things in one product would be great for travel. I may have to check this out !! What a great post !

    Katie | http://ktmcgworld102.blogspot.ca

  23. Aleya Bamdad
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    I have seen your curls and can’t believe how well this blow brush works on it. I’ll have to check it out.

  24. This is an AMAZING idea! Great video 🙂

  25. Allison @neversaydiebeauty
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    Actually, I was just wishing for something like this the other day!

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