When looking for a new hair styling tool, the last thing you want is a product that damages your hair. This does more than cause a “bad hair day.” It also costs you time, money, and patience. As you consider your options, you may wonder whether the Dyson Airwrap is the right choice for you.
The Dyson Airwrap does not damage air. In fact, it’s safer than most hair styling tools on today’s market. That’s because the device utilizes airflow and heat to straighten and curl hair. This is different than its competitors, which solely rely on heat.
Continue reading to learn more about whether the Dyson Airwrap is safe for your hair.
How Does the Dyson Airwrap Avoid Damaging Hair?
When you use the Dyson Airwrap, it relies on a scientific principle called the “Coanda Effect.” In layman’s terms, this basically means that because of the Airwrap’s design, it curves air and draws the hair to it, curling it in the process:
- The Dyson Airwrap doesn’t rely on direct heat, reducing the likelihood of burned or frizzy hair.
- Hair generally gets damaged when temperatures exceed 350 degrees Fahrenheit. The Dyson Airwrap only reaches 302 degrees Fahrenheit, which doesn’t burn most people’s air.
- The Dyson Airwrap constantly monitors its temperature, so if it gets too hot, it dials back the heat accordingly.
- You don’t have to use any chemicals or hair-styling products to effectively use the Dyson Airwrap. Here, you limit the damage that hair products can do to your hair, such as causing brittle or fragile strands.
Dyson Airwrap has also not had any recalls since it hit the market. Additionally, of the Dyson products currently available, only a very small number have short-circuited and caused egregious safety issues.
What Risks Come with Other Hair Styling Devices?
Dyson manufactures some of the most reliable hair styling devices available. You can rest easy knowing that its suite of products won’t damage your hair. Other products run these risks:
- Burned hair. Burned hair does more than momentarily halt your morning routine. It burns away the hair’s exterior, exposing the hair’s central cortex. This can cause long-term damage and, in severe cases, keep the hair from growing back properly.
- Burned skin. When a hair styling tool gets too hot, it can burn the skin around the neck, ears, and jaw. These injuries can range from first- to second-degree burns.
- Frizzy hair. There is a big difference between naturally frizzy hair and frizzy resulting from a Dyson Airwrap. Frizzy hair can cause scalp irritation, among other complications. It also signals unhealthy hair.
- Wasted time. When you’re styling your hair, you want to get on with your life as quickly as possible. If you use a run-of-the-mill hair styling device, you’ll spend more time styling your hair than expected.
What Should I Do if My Dyson Airwrap Damages My Hair?
First thing first: it’s very unlikely that your Dyson Airwrap will burn or otherwise damage your hair. However, unusual things happen every day. If your Dyson Airwrap damages your hair, you should consult Dyson’s customer support team.
You can do this either over the phone or via email. Dyson might replace or repair your device at no charge. After all, every Dyson Airwrap comes with a two-year warranty. If the product breaks (or damages your hair), you may qualify for a free replacement. You can learn more about Dyson’s warranties by visiting its website.
How to Prevent Hair Damage with the Dyson Airwrap
Using a Dyson Airwrap is easy. However, to ensure the best possible experience, you should:
- Avoid using it on dry hair. Your hair should be a tad damp when styling it with a Dyson Airwrap. Not only does this reduce the likelihood of damage, but it makes it easier to get your desired look.
- Monitor the device’s use. Your Dyson Airwrap should work perfectly. However, if it gets too hot or stops smoking, you should stop using it immediately. Then, you should contact Dyson’s customer support team with the issue.
- Clean the device’s air filter. Your Airwrap’s filter keeps the device from getting too hot. It also ensures proper ventilation. Depending on how often you use the device, you should clean the air filter at least once a week.
- Wipe down the device’s “barrel.” You don’t want any residue on your Airwrap’s barrel. Even a smudge of makeup could melt onto the barrel and make it difficult to style your hair.
A Final Word
Your Dyson Airwrap won’t damage your hair like other hair styling tools might. However, you should read your user manual to ensure the best possible user experience. Here, you can learn more about appropriately using your device and what to do if it malfunctions. You can check out your device’s user manual by clicking here.