Revlon One-Step Hair Dryer and Volumizer Reviews

Revlon One-Step Hair Dryer and Volumizer Reviews
Revlon One-Step Hair Dryer and Volumizer Reviews

The Revlon One-Step hair dryer and Volumizer got so many positive reviews on social media. In essence, this is a hair dryer + brush combo that allows you to not only dry your hair but also style it. One of the most differentiating features of the design is the oval brush shape that allows you to create a variety of looks.

It comes with 3 heat settings (cool, low and high). This product is definitely worth a look but there are some things that I did not expect until using it, so make sure to watch this video before purchasing it. Different hairstyles and types will behave slightly differently when styled so this is what my hair (straight, dry & thick) looked like after using this tool. Sending love to all of you with all different hair types and styles out there! ❤️

Revlon One-Step Hair Dryer and Volumizer Reviews

Chris: I have a lot of hair. A LOT. Like, wow, who is that Wookiee over there LOTS. I have looked into having a third arm surgically implanted (Is this a thing? Who would do it? Vascular surgery? Orthopedic surgery? These are the questions that keep me up at night🤔) because my shoulders are so tired holding up a dryer and a round brush for eternity. I briefly considered making a workout video (“Toned Arms: the Hairdryer Workout”) but was informed by fitness people that there isn’t a market for a 75-minute focus on the anterior deltoids. I almost have to wake up BEFORE I GO TO SLEEP in order to have enough time to dry my hair before work.

This thing took me 8 minutes. I naturally assumed, upon finishing, that I had entered some sort of Amazon-created beauty time warp. I checked with my husband, in the next room, and in fact, I did not go through a blowout wormhole. The silkier-than-silk style was accomplished by this miracle of a brush in 8 minutes (several more minutes were lost to running my hands through my hair and flicking it over my shoulder while smiling coquettishly in the mirror).

If you struggle with an overabundance of hair as I do, seriously consider giving this amazing contraption a try.

Elizabet: For background: I do not have hairstyling experience, neither have I blow-dried my hair, and my hair looks like I went to the hair salon. Like many people I read the comments before buying, however after trying it, the comments honestly don’t give this product enough justice. I have curly hair and I’ve seen professional mess up when blow drying my hair, but with this product I was shocked! I wish I took a before picture but I added one with my curly hair for comparison.

Megan Fanelli: I have 4 kids (so not a lot of time) and like 7 people’s worth of stubbornly wavy/curly and long hair on my head. It takes a lot of time. Except for today when I tried this. Unbelievable easy and I didn’t even have to go back over it with a flat iron. Dry in record time and looks naturally straight! (None of those odd bumps). I can’t wait to dry my girl’s hair after a nighttime bath too. I almost never write reviews but thanks to this magical thing I had the time!

miamommy: Not big into leaving reviews but this blow dryer deserves my post and hopefully I can help a busy mom out there find the one styling tool she can live with. I was so nervous about using this dryer on my frizzy curls but I was so pleasantly surprised. The blow-dry time for my curls went from 35-40 mins to about 20.

I had to get used to turning the Revlon dryer on while holding the section of hair I was about to dry next, but once I got that figured out, it was smooth sailing, literally. I have enough flip at the ends and just enough volume without it being too much. The texture is smooth and frizz-free and it’s not over-dry as it can be with some heat tools. I would normally blow dry and then flat iron my hair because the blow dryer alone would not smooth out my frizz enough.

And the south Florida humidity would make my hair puff up nasty the minute I stepped out of my house. I’m on Day 2 of using this blow dryer and I didn’t follow it up with the flatiron and I love the bounce and smoothness. I might have just found the best drying product in the world for my Hispanic frizzy curls. And I’ve stored my flatiron away for now, until I want stick straight hair again. My coworker has this Revlon One-Step Hair Dryer and Volumizer too and her hair is longer than mine, well she has beautiful big waves and smooth, no frizz hair. Oh and we’ve used this on a 4-year-old with thin wavy hair and on a 6-year-old with thick, coarse frizzy curls and both had great drying time and results. I would recommend 100%.

RYW Top Contributor: I’m quite unskilled at hair styling. In fact, I’ve done everything to avoid using hair dryers or any form of heat on my hair for many years in the belief that my hair will be healthier air dried. Over the last couple of years, I’ve started to experiment with heated styling tools for those times when air drying is not practical. My hairstyle is current a short layered bob. This brush is easy to use. I would use a hair dryer first to remove excess wetness, and then use this brush to style.

This brush will provide volume. To keep up the volume I’d use a thermal protectant that has some hold. There are a couple of not so positives. One, the brush is quite big and can be a bit unwieldy. Two, the volume you’ll get won’t be as full or long-lasting versus using a round brush and hair dryer. So if you’re good at doing your own blowouts, I see no reason to buy this. But if you’re like me, and you want something easy to use, then this does a good enough job.