The mother of all attachments
The highlight of this upgrade however lies in its Coanda smoothing dryer — an odd-shaped barrel that is your answer to keeping those flyaways at bay. Ever since its international launch, it’s popularly known as the ‘flyaway’ attachment. The next gen Airwrap uses the smoothing dryer to do two things: dry dripping wet hair, and smooth out the frizz and add shine to your hair once it is dry. And you literally don’t have to switch attachments when doing so. So how does it work so well? When dealing with wet hair, the attachment releases a focused airflow to quickly dry and prep it for further styling. With just a switch, it then releases two jets of air that magically attract the hair to the device (the Coanda effect). These two jets of air work simultaneously on dry and straight hair to smoothen it out — it reduces those pesky flyaways and any extra frizz by up to 58 per cent.
The Dyson Airwrap uses the Coanda effect — a smart and effective way to style hair, sans any extreme heat. Most hairstyling tools use extreme temperatures to style the hair, which often leads to severe damage to the cortex. Over long periods of time, this results in major hair woes like breakage, weakness, and so much more.
Thanks to the Coanda effect, the Dyson allows you to achieve the same level of style (if not better), without the use of the extreme heat. This way your hair looks good, feels good, and is definitely a lot healthier than it would be, otherwise.
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