The only hairdryer you will ever need

Tame your mane, beat the clock and don’t break a sweat – with Dyson’s Supersonic hairdryer, you will never have a bad hair day again.

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Tame your mane, beat the clock and don’t break a sweat – with Dyson’s Supersonic hairdryer, you will never have a bad hair day again.
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The idea of a “bad hair day” suggests that certain things are simply out of our control – our sleeping posture, heat and humidity, existing hair damage and available preening time. But given the state of space-age technology today, all that has changed with the launch of Dyson’s Supersonic hairdryer ($599).


Even if you have an enviable full-bodied mane, Dyson’s Supersonic hairdryer will help you score more shut-eye every morning. Thanks to a powerful digital motor and the brand’s proprietary Air Multiplier technology, air volume is amplified up to three times to give you a high-pressure, high-velocity jet of air for fast drying. 


Cool factor aside, the Supersonic has a hollow cylindrical dryer that eliminates the risk of hair being sucked into the filter and fried, especially when you’re working against time. This smart hairdryer also comes with an intelligent heat monitor that measures and regulates the temperature of the air 20 times per second to help prevent heat damage and protect hair’s natural shine. 


Think of it as investing in a live-in hairstylist. With four heat settings (28 deg C, 60 deg C, 80 deg C and 100 deg C), three airflow settings, a cold shot function and three different nozzles, the Supersonic is engineered for versatility. Whether you’re going for a natural-looking finish, beach waves, a straight, minimalist look or glamorous evening updos, this hairdryer makes it easy to nail it.


Small, lightweight and portable, this gorgeous tool is great for travel. It is also quieter than most models – after all, the last thing you want is to make a racket and wake up your partner every time you dry your hair.

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