Revlon’s Bestselling Blowdry Brush Is On Sale Right Now
I’ll give it to you straight: There are very few hair tools that are so unanimously adored, sought after, and obsessed over as Revlon’s Hot Air Brush. The internet can be a nasty place; a product doesn’t just get over 250,000 five-star reviews without doing something incredibly right. It even climbed its way toward the top of our list of the best hair dryer brushes you can use at home. So, if you want a sleek blowout that doesn’t turn into an arm workout, gives you insane, bouncy volume, and comes at a cost less than the salon’s, you’re in the right place.
The Hot Air Brush is pretty affordable, to begin with, coming in at around $60 at most retailers. But (ahead of Black Friday) it’s on sale right now at Amazon for over 30 percent off as one of Amazon’s Holiday Beauty Haul deals. A styling tool that gives you a salon-quality blowout for less than $35? Say less. If you’ve ever lusted over the thousands of viral TikTok videos about it, there’s never been a better time to hang up your excuses, buy it, and try it for yourself.
And I highly recommend that you do. My natural hair texture is in the 3A-3B range of curls, and in the past, whenever I wanted to wear it straight, it was an ordeal–I’m talking at least an hour or two of labor, trying to juggle a round brush and a hairdryer at the same time. I always ended up having to go in with a flat iron afterward. With Revlon’s tool, I’ve managed to shave down the time to a mere 40 minutes to achieve salon-worthy results, with minimal heat damage and enough shine and bounce to make a Victoria’s Secret model jealous.
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Whether you’re buying it for yourself or gifting your (soon-to-be very grateful) friend, I promise you’ll be inundated with people gushing over you, saying, “Wow, your hair looks good.”
Pre-Black Friday Revlon Styling Tool Deals
Tatjana Freund is a Beauty Commerce Writer, covering makeup, skincare, and haircare products and trends. She’s a fan of vodka tonics and creepy Wikipedia pages.
Ellen McAlpine is a commerce editor and writer at Hearst Magazines, covering tech, fitness, lifestyle, and beyond. In her time as a writer, she’s covered everything from top tech items like running watches and ring lights to phone cases and beauty tools.