If you’re looking for tips and tricks on how to use the Dyson Airwrap, below are some of my suggestions that might help:
Choosing the right attachment:
Choose the right attachments: The Dyson Airwrap comes with several different attachments, including barrels in various sizes and a smoothing brush. Make sure you choose the right attachment for your hair type and desired style.
Use on damp hair:
Use on damp hair: For best results, use the Dyson Airwrap on damp hair. If your hair is too wet, it may take longer to dry and style. If it’s too dry, you may not get the desired results.
Divide into sections:
Divide your hair into sections: To make styling easier, divide your hair into sections before using the Dyson Airwrap. This will help you to work on one section at a time and ensure that each section is evenly style
The right heat setting:
Use the right heat setting: The Dyson Airwrap has three heat settings, so make sure you choose the right one for your hair type. Fine hair should use the lowest setting, while thicker hair can handle a higher heat setting.
The Dyson Airwrap comes with several attachments, and I tend to use 3-4 each time! Here is a breakdown of how I use each!
I use this attachment at the very beginning. I give my hair a rough dry to about 70%.
Next, I use the smoothing brush to continue drying and to help straighten my hair.
I use the round brush to blow out my bands (watch the video below to see the steps). I also like to use the brush around my crown to really dry my roots.
The Airwrap comes with two barrel attachments, one large and one small. I tend to reach for the larger most days to really give big bouncy curls.
The Dyson Airwrap can take some time to get used to, so don’t get discouraged if you don’t get the results you want right away. Practice makes perfect, and with time, you’ll become more comfortable using it.
To keep your Dyson Airwrap working properly, make sure to clean it regularly. This includes wiping down the attachments and the main unit, as well as clearing any hair or debris from the filter.
By following these tips and tricks, you should be able to get the most out of your Dyson Airwrap and create beautiful styles with ease.
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