Dyson launched its legendary Airwrap back in 2018 and the multi-functional styler has earned a cult following ever since.
This is due to its ability to dry, smooth, volumize, curl or straighten without the use of extreme heat on your hair. It even boasts using less heat then if you had a salon blow-dry.
It suits all hair types and textures and comes with eight different barrel and brush attachments — But at almost £500, it’s no small investment.
So yes, in short, the Dyson Airwrap is all that it’s cracked up to be and if you can both afford and justify it, the OG is 100% worth it.
If however you just can’t justify taking the plunge, keep scrolling as we’ve explored worthy styling tool alternatives that deliver similar results at a much more reasonable price point.
Thankfully, there are plenty of great hair tools out there that promise shiny bouncy hair and won’t break the bank.
Here are the best Dyson Airwrap dupes on the market.
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Revlon’s One Step Volumizer Hot Air Brush
Best for: Quick drying
Shop at: Amazon.co.uk
The Revlon blow dry brush went viral on TikTok recently, with users declaring it the best dupe for the Airwrap because it dries and styles at the same time and can produce the same bouncy, voluminous effect.
The difference is its lack of attachments, making it less versatile than the Dyson – but at just £45 it’s a lot more affordable and seems to provide a very similar result.
The brush does get super-hot so definitely don’t forget the hear protector with this one!
The 5-in-1 Electric Hot Air Comb
Best for: Best Budget
Shop at: Amazon.co.uk
Of all the dupes, the 5-in-1 Electric Hot Air Comb styler looks the most like the Dyson Airwrap.
It also comes with all the attachments that the Dyson has for multiple styling options. It has been widely praised on TikTok and at just £35, it is far more affordable.
Drybar’s Double Shot Oval Blow-Dryer Brush
Best for: Fine Hair
Shop at: cultbeauty.co.uk
Drybar’s salons actually specialise in the blow-dry, so it comes as no surprise that they would produce their own hot air brush.
While it looks very similar to the Revlon One-Step brush (above), many stylists and customers reviews alike have said that it’s easier to use, way gentler on fine hair (even at the highest setting), and better at setting a smooth finish that lasts all day.