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Review: New RevAir Reverse-Air Dryer (2022)

Review: New RevAir Reverse-Air Dryer (2022)

It’s a little more expensive, but this hair tool can dry and style your locks with less heat and in less time.

Rating: 9/10 - Nearly Flawless

MY LIFE WAS forever altered when I tried the original RevAir. This monstrously large vacuum-like hair tool is the future of blowouts. You section your wet or damp hair and feed it into the hose, wait 30 to 90 seconds, and then remove your hair to reveal stretched-out, straight, dry locks. It's magical. Now, RevAir has an updated version with a higher price tag, but almost anyone can appreciate the small improvements.

It's simply one of the best hair tools out there. 

Even on the same settings, I noticed the new model saved me a few more minutes over the original, though I still usually needed another flat iron to smooth out some of the unavoidable puffiness. If your hair is already smooth, you can probably skip this step.

But without the RevAir, I could never wake up and decide to wear my hair straight on any given day unless I had the entire day to wash, dry, and flat-iron it. With this machine, I just need an hour—maybe an hour and a half if I want to add curls after—which gives me more control and freedom in how I can style my hair. If I had this in high school or college? It would’ve meant way fewer bad-hair days.