With Mother’s Day just around the corner and me leaving for London in a few weeks, I wanted to get my mum an early Mother’s Day gift – so I figured, why not gift her a product I can’t live without right now?! My Dyson Supersonic hair dryer!
You all know hair is a big thing for me, and I’ve had my Dyson Supersonic hair dryer for about 3 months now. To put it mildly, I’m just a little bit in love with it.
I was in London in January and the weather was cold and the air was extremely dry. Usually this is a bit of a hair tragedy for me, because if there’s no humidity my hair gets dried out and if I’m already blow drying it and styling it before I head out on the town, it only makes things worse. My hair can get extremely brittle.
So here’s the big difference I noticed – with a normal hair dryer it almost feels like the air is being toasted, and often to a point when you can smell your hair burning. I didn’t consider this key difference fully until I was briefed by Dyson on the built-in intelligent heat control, whereby the Dyson Supersonic measures the air temperature 20 times a second and keeps it from reaching damaging heat levels. After a busy week of blow drying, I used to just combat dry hair with leave in products to try and moisturise my hair, but then my hair becomes heavy, I don’t get the right look and obviously the best result would be if it never got so dry in the first place from styling it.
Since I’ve switched to using the Dyson Supersonic hair dryer, I just don’t get dry, brittle hair after blow drying – and no fly-away hairs too. So for my hair type and given how often I have to style my hair, this change has been a bit of a big deal for me!
While I’m lucky to be working with Dyson, others have asked me whether it’s worth spending $499 on a hair dryer. My hair is a part of my work, so obviously for me it’s worth it – but after months of using the Dyson Supersonic hair dryer, here are a few things to consider:
- The Dyson Supersonic hair dryer has intelligent heat control, regulating air temperature to make sure it never overheats, which helps to maintain healthier hair and natural shine. The machine’s maximum temperature is 100°C, helping to prevent extreme heat damage.
- It dries my hair much quicker than any traditional dryer I’ve used due to its powerful airflow. At the right heat and with more air dispersion, it causes less damage to my hair. I notice more natural shine.
- There are three different temperature modes – I love the cold air blast, which is super handy to set my curls when I use the brush to curl my hair.
- It’s light to use thanks to the Dyson digital motor V9 and obviously it’s quite beautiful to look at, which is pretty great for a blogger! And because the motor is in the handle, it’s doesn’t wear your arm down if you’re holding it for a while.
- If it’s an idea for Mother’s Day, there’s a super cute special Mother’s Day edition case in baby pink available now! It has loads of wow factor if you’re looking for a super special gift. The Dyson Supersonic hair dryer and Mother’s Day case edition is available for $599.
So my mum and I are twinning when it comes to hair dryers now. I feel like she has done so much for me and it’s about time she got a bit of pampering bling! I know she will love it as much as I do!
If you’d like to learn more about the Dyson Supersonic, please click here to visit the official site.
* Sponsored article disclaimer: Although this article is not an independent review, all opinions are my own. Ash x