So you came to get the tea on the Revlon One Step Hair Dryer on 4C natural hair. Don’t worry girl because I got you! This isn’t a paid post. I spent a solid $36.99 on Amazon, so you will get the truth and nothing but the whole truth. Okay?
Before I blew my hair out, I sectioned it into four parts. I detangled each section to prevent tangles. I applied my leave-in conditioner and added my essential oils before blowing. Doing this made the blow drying process that much easier. Now, I’m no professional stylist at all, so maybe doing this may not be your thing. However, it worked for me so let me know if it works for you.
While using this tool I discovered a few pros and cons. The good thing is that I found more pros than cons, so shout out to Revlon for really taking the time to do their thing.
- Blow drying time is cut in half. It normally takes me about an hour to blow dry my hair. Using this pro styler canceled all of that. With this hair dryer, it only took me about 35 minutes.
- Produces less frizz. Raise your hand if you’ve ever used a comb attachment and still ended up with puffy hair (raises both hands). The paddle brush attachment ensures that your hair comes out smoothly and without the extra fluff.
- Evenly distributes heat. This styling tool straightened my curls from the roots to the tips. I didn’t have to worry about parts of my hair being damp after blowing it.
- It’s lightweight. Do your arms ever get tired while you’re blowing out your hair? You won’t get a biceps workout with this tool. When I tell you it was easy to hold, honey it was easy to hold.
- Hot!Hot!Hot! The brush nozzle can become extremely hot. Now to Revlon’s defense, they do warn you about this in the instructional manual, but I’d be lying to you if I said that my hand never felt the heat from the brush a couple of times.
If you’re like me and enjoy blowing your hair out before styling then I would highly recommend this styling tool. I think it’s a natural hair must have. Girl go get you one!