The Dyson Supersonic™ hair dryer continues to innovate since its 2016 launch, and it has now debuted some important new attachments for the tool. The technology conglomerate continues to deepen its research and knowledge about hair, and these new innovations are based on the company’s desire to create better style and protection for hair of any variety – straight, wavy, curly or coily.
The first attachment is the new gentle air dryer, which provides a softer, more diffused airflow whilst still allowing fast drying. Similarly to the Dyson Airwrap™ styler, this attachment takes advantage of the Coanda effect. The attachment manipulates the machine’s airflow to widen its path, delivering a gentle, cooler airflow to the scalp and maintaining the same energy through a larger area. With lower temperatures, the attachment benefits bright colour and aids colour longevity.
The new wide-tooth comb attachment has been made specifically for curly and coily hair, aiding shape and volume, while still being gentle on the scalp and enabling even drying. A flexible tension bar in the attachment ensures effective detangling, as the teeth naturally conform to the shape of the scalp.
A re-engineered diffuser presents the next innovation, made to define curls and reduce frizz with a two-tiered mesh system. This creates a pressure environment within the head of the attachment, acting as a porous barrier to dissipate airflow for an even distribution of air during styling. The attachment also has longer prongs for uninterrupted airflow to the roots of the hair. It directs hot airflow away from the scalp, while still allowing for seamless drying.
The styling concentrator also has been re-engineered, with a fast, precise airflow for controlled styling by sections. This allows for thinner styling to create a smooth, straight finish.
In general, this iconic tool has become beloved by professionals and consumers alike for its intelligent heat control, patented Dyson digital motor V9 and Air Multiplier™ technology. Optimal pressure, hair quality and shine and ergonomic functions for long days in the salon can all be achieved with these savvy features. Lower sound frequency and extreme variety with four heat settings, three airflow settings and a cold shot make the tool more efficient than ever. The tool is the result of 600 prototypes, 4 years of development, 103 engineers and, together with the Dyson Airwrap™ styler, almost 100 million pounds of development costs.
The Dyson Supersonic™ continues to be a must-have tool that elevates the hair styling game at every turn. These new attachments make heat styling more efficient, tailored and fun than ever.
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