Revlon Salon One-Step Hair Dryer and Volumizer Review

Ashley Brooke reviewing the new Revlon Salon One-stop hair dryer and volumizer

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Revlon One-Step Review

Verdict: I Love it.

Okay, WOW. I have never in my career had SO many opinions about a hair tool or any beauty product for that matter. Y’all are passionate about the Revlon Salon One-Step Hair Dryer and Volumizer, and surprisingly VERY split between LOVE and HATE.

Last Friday I posted on Instagram stories that mine had just come in the mail and I was excited to try it out. That’s when I got flooded with opinions. I received just as many “this thing changed my life!” as “save yourself now, this thing ruined my life!”… it was wild. But truthfully I am really glad that you shared, because it really helped me find a groove with the tool and, after 7 days, I had it figured out!

Cons:

So many of you said that it burnt your hair, which freaked me out. But those of you who said that also mentioned that there was only one heat setting, which wasn’t the case with mine.

The Revlon Salon One-Step Hair Dryer and Volumizer that I have has both a low, high, and a cooling setting. So maybe they remade it?! I’m not sure, but I am so glad y’all warned me, because the high heat setting really does get HOT.

…That was the only con other than that it’s a little loud, but so is a blow dryer in my opinion.

Pros:

EVERYTHING ELSE. Truly I love it.

My Tips:

So, I actually don’t use it as a blow dryer. What works for me is if I let my hair air dry or run a blow dryer through it until it’s just damp, then pull out the Revlon Salon One-Step Hair Dryer and Volumizer.

I use it as more of a styling tool, if that makes sense.

But before I do anything, I use this heat protector and spray in this texture spray. Both help me get the blowout look while protecting my hair!

I only use it on the low heat setting and at the very end I will pop it up to the high heat to really set in the volume. When I do that, I treat it as a curling iron, because quite frankly it gets just as hot.

Since I have striaght hair already, this tool really gives me that shine and salon quality volume that I can’t get without spending an hour blowing out my hair. It literally takes me five minutes, what’s not to love about that?!

Also, second day hair is amazing with this thing… I’ll just pull my hair out of a pony tail, run the Revlon Salon One-Step Hair Dryer and Volumizer through it a few times and my blow out looks as good as new!

I will publish an IGTV later today sharing how I use it, but honestly I can’t say enough good things about it! It really is fantastic.

Easy Volumized Ponytail Tutorial with Kate from The Small Things Blog | www.ashleybrookedesigns.com

Volumized Ponytail Tutorial (with Kath from The Small Things Blog)

This hairstyle is one of my very favorites so I brought in the professional (Kate!) to show us how it’s really done! I hope you enjoy! 

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4 Comments

  1. Lyn Corn
    October 3, 2020 / 12:54 am

    I’ve been using one for several months. When it’s short, my hair comes out pretty sleek. When it was long, it was very frizzy , even with product. My natural hair is particularly curly, particularly flat, & frizz, which is why I rarely air dry. My hair is also very thin, so I can get the job done fairly quickly. Even though that’s my main goal, I hardly ever use the high heat; mostly low heat, & occasionally cool at the end.

  2. Marilyn Listander
    October 3, 2020 / 9:53 am

    The low and high are the same temperature just different speeds of the air flow. I love mine but would like a not so hot option.

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