straightening my curly, Dull hair is hard, it takes two days. I would have done almost anything to make the process faster and easier, but I never did لم so far I imagined myself carrying locks of my hair in the nozzle of a vacuum-like device in my bathroom. There was no way that would work. But she did.
RevAir, or Reverse Air Dryer, is incredible. It dries and straightens hair in one step. Miles may vary – depending on your hair texture and style you prefer, you can have perfectly smooth hair without the follow up. But at the very least, it will drastically reduce the overall time you spend on your design.
If you’ve ever had a puff or done one yourself, you know it’s a OK process, especially if your hair is thicker and more wispy. You hold a brush in one hand and a hair dryer in the other, painstakingly smoothing each section one by one. With my hair, the only person who has ever done it successfully without a flat iron is my Manhattan hairstylist who can only be described as a very expensive wizard. Left to my own devices, I look Monica Gellar on vacation.
I’ve been wanting to try RevAir ever since I saw it on YouTube a few years ago. It’s the perfect internet product, given its size and design – it literally feels like you’re channeling your hair in a hose vac shop. What if it doesn’t work? What if my hair pulls and tangles inside of it, or worse, gets stuck in it or pulls my hair out? But it doesn’t.
I started with clean, wet hair and applied a generous amount of the company hair primer—You’re not supposed to use sticky products, like oils, gels, or mousses, but the company says you don’t Need A product for it to work. Then I divided my hair and started feeding both into the wand. Once nourished all the way to the roots, slowly pull the wand back so that your straight hair is now free to rest on your neck.
Chances are you’ll fail the first few sections while figuring out exactly how much hair you can do in one time and the right heat and speed settings for you. With my thick, very curly hair, I can run the RevAir up to 6 or 7, and in about 30 seconds the hair comes out dry and straight. The company says you’ll need 30 to 90 seconds, and I found that to be accurate. The bottom layer of my hair, which is coarser and frizzier than the rest, needed smaller sections and a little more time; The top layer of my hair was fast.
It did take my hair to completely curl up, but I still needed to smooth out some of the bulge with a flat iron. With my hair type, this isn’t rare, but I’ve seen videos of Curly curls are elongated To a fully stretched style that looks beautiful.