The Dyson Supersonic Has a New Attachment—We Tried It First

You already know Dyson modified the sport for at-home blowouts in every single place when it launched the Supersonic dryer—and its new flyaway smoother attachment is now taking the model’s cutting-edge expertise to the following stage. This magnetic, two-in-one attachment builds off the expertise from its current flyaway smoother, providing twin performance to tame flyaways and easy child hairs in a single go. Perfect for a smooth end, the Dyson flyaway smoother is suitable with all variations of the Supersonic—together with the unique—and is at present bought individually for $60.

So, how does this new attachment work? Nicely, all of it has to do with the Coanda impact, by which speedy airflow clings to a floor. As the recent air wraps across the specifically designed barrel, it carries the strands of hair with it to easy out flyaways with none want for a clip, making it safer to make use of on dry and broken hair. There are two surfaces right here: One flat (for flyaways, as a finisher) and one bristled, which resembles a blow-drying brush to easy damp or dry hair. To modify between the 2, all you need to do is rotate the top cap of the attachment and pay attention for a click on sound. You needn’t use an additional barrel brush with both facet; merely lock in place the mode you need, flip the hair dryer on, then angle in an effort to begin from the roots and work your method down.

The model says the bristled (or smoothing) mode works finest on “straight or slightly wavy hair”—moist or dry—whereas the flat half (or flyaway mode) needs to be used on dry hair and works finest on naturally straight or wavy hair, or “straightened hair of any type.”

For those who’re nonetheless questioning how this new attachment differ from the unique, keep in mind this one does two jobs in a single—drying hair but in addition making a easy end—whereas the OG is barely meant so that you can full your styling session by flattening out pesky flyaways.

A seamless blowout is all the time prime of thoughts on the Glamour places of work, which is we needed to put the Dyson Flyaway Smoother attachment to the take a look at ourselves to see if it is value buying. Trace: It completely is.

Andrea Navarro, commerce author

I have been blow drying my hair for so long as I can keep in mind, however the Dyson Supersonic is the primary software that made me not hate the method. I’ve naturally thick, curly hair that falls someplace between a 4A-4B curl sample, and blowing out my hair would simply take me over an hour. With the Supersonic, it takes me half-hour tops. Nonetheless, I’d nonetheless discover myself having to flat iron my roots on the finish of every styling part, together with utilizing the unique flyaway attachment to easy out the hairs close to my hairline.

I used to be pleasantly stunned to see that this new attachment allowed me to ditch my flat iron after a blowout as a result of it could entry the roots so simply. Whereas my roots had been a bit of damp I went by with smoothing mode to essentially get in there and ensure the curls flattened out—and boy, had been they flat. I bleached my hair to realize my newest honey blonde shade again in Might and naturally, I’ve skilled some breaking close to the place I half my hair, so I’ve extra flyaways than standard. As soon as I clicked the attachment into flyaway mode I handed it alongside these hairs they usually laid down virtually instantly. To maintain the model in place I used the Tigi Wax Stick to ensure they would not budge all through the day, and by chance, they stayed in place. As if I could not love my Supersonic sufficient, this new attachment simply made me admire it a lot extra.

Talia Abbas, senior commerce editor

Is it too dramatic to say the Dyson Supersonic has perpetually modified the connection I’ve with my hair? Thick and wavy with child hairs within the entrance, I’ve come to simply accept frizz and flyaways as a part of the equation once I give myself a blowout. Styling merchandise assist, however solely a lot—when the humidity is something above 60% my hair likes to inflate right into a gravity-defying mane. (Not cute.) So once I realized Dyson was releasing a brand new smoothing attachment for its hottest hair software, I used to be viscerally compelled to attempt it. Minimize to Thursday morning: I went on a run, showered, blow-dried my damp hair with the nozzle attachment and the warmth and velocity settings on three. (I utilized my Sisley warmth protectant cream on the mid-lengths and ends whereas my hair was nonetheless damp.)

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