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Upgrade your Dyson Airwrap™ multi-styler with re-engineered attachments to curl, shape, smooth, and hide flyaways on different hair types.
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Dyson solves the problems others tend to ignore. To solve real-world hair care problems like protecting natural shine and smoothness while preventing extreme heat damage, Dyson created state-of-the-art laboratories. Even inventing new methods of testing to analyze 1,010 miles of real hair. The end result was a new kind of hair dryer, hair styler, and hair straightener. All three are designed to help protect your natural shine from extreme heat damage, every time you style. The Dyson Corraleᵀᴹ hair straightener is the only straightener with flexing plates that shape to gather hair. And if you’re looking for a professional hair dryer, each Dyson Supersonicᵀᴹ comes with attachments to help you create the perfect look and a cold shot button to help set the style.
1Thermal damage measured by hair strength, when creating an equivalent hair style. Tested on Corrale with flexing plates vs Corrale with solid plates.
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Frequently asked questions - Hair Care
To mitigate heat damaged hair, start by cutting off the damaged ends and avoid extreme temperatures from heat styling tools.
Use a moisturizing and repairing hair mask once a week and use a sulfate-free shampoo and conditioner.
Also, protect your hair from harsh chemicals and extreme heat, which can further damage it.
To curl your hair with straighteners, start by sectioning your hair and clipping it up, then take a small section of hair and place the straightener near the roots.
Twist the straightener 180 degrees away from your face, and glide it down to the end.
You can adjust the curl size by varying the section size and the twist direction. Repeat the process on all sections until you achieve the desired look.
Damaged hair can have a range of symptoms, including split ends, breakage, dullness, frizz, and dryness.
It may also feel rough or coarse to the touch and be more prone to tangling.
If you notice these signs, it's a good idea to assess your hair care routine and make any necessary changes to promote healthy-looking hair.
Heat damaged hair can appear brittle, dry, and frizzy.
It may also have split ends and break easily.
In severe cases, heat damaged hair can become so weak that it breaks off.
To alleviate heat-damaged curly hair, start by cutting off any split or damaged ends.
Deep condition your hair regularly, using products with keratin or other strengthening ingredients. Use a heat protectant spray or serum before using any heat styling tools, and avoid using high heat settings.
You can also try air drying or diffusing your hair instead of using a blow dryer to avoid further heat damage.
Yes, hair straighteners are generally allowed in checked baggage when flying.
However, it's always a good idea to check with your airline to confirm their specific rules and regulations regarding checked baggage and items that are not allowed.
If you do pack a hair straightener in your checked baggage, it's a good idea to place it in a protective case or wrap it in a towel or clothing to prevent any damage during transport. It's also a good idea to label the item with your name and contact information in case it gets lost or misplaced.
Dyson Corrale™ hair straighteners come with cord-free functionality and our Dyson-designed, heat-resistant travel pouches make it easy to take your Dyson Corrale™ hair straighteners anywhere (except Japan, where there are currently specific travel regulations regarding battery-powered devices).
Hair dryers are generally allowed in carry-on luggage when flying.
However, it's always a good idea to check with your airline to confirm their specific rules and regulations regarding carry-on items. It's worth noting that some hair dryers can be quite large and heavy, which may make them difficult to fit in your carry-on bag.
Additionally, some countries may have restrictions on the voltage of electrical items, so it's a good idea to check if your hair dryer is compatible with the electrical outlets in the country you're traveling to.
If you're unsure about whether your hair dryer is allowed in your carry-on luggage, it's best to check with your airline or consult their website for guidance.
Here are the basic steps to use a hot air styler:
- Start with clean, damp hair. Wash and towel dry your hair to remove excess moisture. It's best to use a heat protectant spray to protect your hair from damage.
- Section your hair. Divide your hair into sections and secure them with clips or hair ties. This will make it easier to work with your hair and ensure that you don't miss any sections.
- Turn on the hot air styler. Make sure your hot air styler is plugged in and turned on to the desired heat setting.
- Choose the right attachment. Most hot air stylers come with different attachments that can be used for different hair types and styles. Choose the attachment that best suits your needs.
- Begin styling. Take a small section of hair and place the hot air styler at the root. Gently pull the hot air styler down the length of your hair, rotating it as you go to create volume and curls or straighten your hair.
- Repeat. Continue working in small sections until you've styled all of your hair.
Remember to be gentle with your hair and avoid using the hot air styler on wet hair.
It's also best to use a heat protectant spray to prevent damage and keep your hair healthy-looking.
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1 When used in wet to dry mode.