Rated 4.25 out of 5 stars
Devie from Virginia
I decided to post a review because there are so few out there. I was a bit worried about buying this due to the price, but the hand-shaped diffuser nozzle really intrigued me.
It's a bit hard to use at first. I highly recommend watching YouTube videos to see how others use it! I ended up flipping the attachment in different ways depending on what part of my head I was diffusing.
It dried my super thick curls quickly! I will say the one con is sort of a pro? When you "rake" and shake the attachment through your roots, it dries them so fast and fluffs them right up which is AMAZING! I love that! However, if you aren't careful with the "raking," you'll end up disturbing your curl clumps and you can end up with a bit of frizz. I think I'll just need to practice more. It's very different from using a traditional saucer/cup diffuser.
The color is very eye catching, and the material is a pleasing matte plastic. I used a 20% off coupon, which made it around $146ish with tax. I'd say that's worth it. It also comes with a regular blow dryer attachment, which I won't use, but it's worth mentioning.
Em from Colorado Springs
I spent an hour in store trying to decide which blow dryer I wanted. I've always used a conair or Remington. After 2 years, my infinitipro dryer started to spark while using it so I decided it was time to toss it out and get a new one. I have naturally curly hair that I use a universal diffuser on and it works great. I also like to blow out my hair pretty often. when I blow it out I like to touch it up after sleeping on it by using a round brush and my hot blow dryer to get out the kinks and tame my edges. this blow dryer doesn't create enough heat for that even on high setting. the idea that it's cool enough for a great style with the diffuser is great but for the price, I should be able to put it on high heat when needed and style as I would like. I will definitely be returning it and maybe just purchasing the separate diffuser attachment for a cheaper dryer.
Barb from Rhode Island
I am absolutely In love with this hair dryer. I have always struggled with finding the right hair dryer for my curls. It helps keep the frizz down. It was a little pricey but money well spent.
Adanna from Maryland
I took a chance and purchased this not knowing how I would like it as there are no reviews. What kind of sold me on this was the different images of ppl with different hair types on the actual box, the beautiful vibrant color, and the sales associate of course who saw that I was standing by the hair dryers for an hour just confused on which one to select. I used it this morning and I love how smooth and voluminous my hair felt. I haven't used the hand attachment yet, but when I'll do I'll update my review. But so far so good. I love the matte material because it makes it easy to grip when you're working with oils, etc. (black hair). I noticed it doesn't get insanely hot like my old Hot Tools dryer, but it's my understanding that this is actually better for the long term health of your hair. It dries more quickly than my Hot Tools, but at the same time it doesn't scorch or over-dry my hair. That's a win in my book, and is probably what contributes to the higher price point. It has an ionic on or off button that you can press while drying. I think this is the what contributed to the volume bc I turned it on. If you turn it off, it smooths frizz. I'd say it leaves a low-medium luster, and that's fine by me. I don't like shiny hair.