Tools For Easier Hairstyling

Revlon One-Step Hair Dryer and Styler

Gone are the days of juggling a round brush and a hair dryer in order to master a blow-out at home. The paddle brush is great for all hair types—especially tangle-prone—and glides through strands with ease while the hot (or cold) air comes out between the bristles to leave you with smooth, dry hair.

Remington T-Studio Thermaluxe Slim Curling

Get long-lasting waves with this tapered curling wand. The ceramic barrel, which warms in just 30 seconds contains a gradient heating system that ensures the hair closest to your roots gets a tighter curl and ends get a looser curl. It also has an auto shut-off after 60 minutes.

GVP Rechargeable Professional Cordless Styling Iron

For the woman on the go, this cordless iron is a lifesaver. You no longer have to worry about finding an outlet. The battery provides up to 45 minutes of constant heat (depending on the setting) and also comes with a car charger.

Beachwaver S1.25 Curling Iron

Long-haired girls, this one’s for you. Curling your hair no longer has to take forever with this auto-twirling iron. Place the end of a section of hair into the small clamp, then press the left or right arrow (use the direction going away from your face) and watch your strands spin perfectly onto the iron. Once you become a pro, you can speed up the spin for an even faster curl time. The new 1.25-inch barrel creates the most natural-looking, bouncy waves.

Dura Chi Handshot Dryer

Get control with this handle-free dryer. The tube-like design is easier to hold than a traditional dryer and allows for more direct drying. The bottom also has tripod legs, so it can stand on its own between sections. You can also place hair over the standing dryer for hands-free drying.

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