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A Reverse-Air Dryer specifically designed to dry, stretch, smooth, and lengthen all hair types in HALF the time it usually takes to dry and flat iron. Plus, it doesn't damage the natural curl pattern of the hair and reduces heat exposure while also taming frizz and sealing in shine.

Summertime – it’s the perfect moment to highlight the latest in beauty and inner wellbeing innovations, just in time to add to our daily regimes.

Following are some of my discoveries in the areas of skincare, cosmetics, and wellness.

RevAir uses a patented technology that dries hair in the natural downward direction of the cuticle to lock out frizz and seal in shine, using low heat, offering a healthier styling option.

Seriously innovative, the new RevAir uses a patented suction technology and cool air to gently stretch my curls, minimizing heat damage that can come with the traditional blow dryer method.
I can confirm that the RevAir Reverse-Air Dryer is all that and more. In other words, please believe the hype.

WINNER | Best Hair Dryer for Coily Hair

"This is the definition of true innovation: This reverse-air dryer makes straightening extremely coily hair a breeze! No more fighting with your coils when going straight with this new toy!"

Blow-drying my hair has to be my least favorite part of my wash day routine. Still, for a few months now, I've continued to see people on Instagram talking about the Revair Reverse-Air Dryer.  

Other blow dryers would have me taking special attention to the roots, which adds additional drying time, but this tool fully dried my hair in the allotted 90-second increments. It's a game changer.

These are the results that I would get after a grueling blowout session with a regular hair dryer and a hair brush.

As we transition into the chillier months ahead, many of us will be looking to embrace blowouts, making the search to find the best hair dryer all the more relevant. 
No one is more surprised by this wholehearted recommendation than me. I initially started testing the RevAir with extreme skepticism and disdain, fully expecting to use it and dismiss it instantly, thus relegating it to the already crowded Competition section of Wirecutter’s hair dryers guide.
For people with Type 3 or 4 curl patterns especially, this vacuum-like device is gentle on fragile strands and can cut down total drying time significantly. One tester, who usually requires two back-to-back appointments with a professional stylist at Drybar, now achieves similar drying and smoothing results in as little as 20 minutes.
These particular tools are not your average hair gadgets as they are the type of big-ticket items that professional hairstylists and men in the dog house are likely to buy. But if you do your own hair and you’re dedicated to the process, you’ll want only the best of the best. But are these tools the best?