- The Revlon One-Step Hair Dryer and Styler is a $34 blow-dry brush with rave reviews.
- One editor with natural type four hair swears by it.
- The blow dryer makes it easy for her to do her hair in 30 minutes.
I do not like blow-drying my hair. I know we're starting off negative here, but that little tidbit is important to note for later on. Now, back to why I don't like blow-drying my hair. I spent the first half of my childhood with my father, and bless him, but he did not know how to do my hair. This led to me going to my aunts, cousins, and hairstylists to get my hair done, all of whom would complain when it came time to blow-dry and style my hair - and understandably so. My hair was the type to break combs and get random objects stuck in it. It was the singular arm workout needed for the entire week for whoever was next in the rotation to help me with it.
When I finally started doing my own hair, I found myself in charge of a task I'd never learned how to actually do myself. That includes washing, blow-drying, and styling. Intimidated is not an adequate enough word to describe my feelings toward the matter. However, I knew I had to figure it out since my hair wasn't going anywhere (though I did come really close to a buzz cut a few times but ultimately chickened out).
After some practice, I made it work, but out of all the steps in my hair-care routine, blow-drying was my least favorite. Everyone who did my hair growing up complained about how much physical pain blow-drying my hair caused them, and I was not made for manual labor, so it was something I avoided. Until I stumbled upon a review on YouTube of the
Read ahead to see how quickly this blow dryer gets the job done (and yes, there are time stamps included). Then do yourself a favor and order one ASAP.