My Dyson Airwrap has the Complete Long attachments, featuring barrels that are longer and can have longer sections of hair wrapped around them. You can also buy the Complete set, which has shorter attachments that are better suited if your hair is shorter than chest length. Additionally, you can also buy more attachments, such as narrower smoothing brushes and a hair pick comb attachment, which is perfect for coily hair.
“Thanks to the large selection of well designed attachments, there’s now something for everyone with the Airwrap,” says Smith. However, he does point out that if your hair type doesn’t tend to hold a style for a long time then you might need to work a little bit harder with the tool. “Those with fine or very straight hair will benefit from using the cool shot button, which helps to set styles in place.”
“For styling textured hair, the comb attachment does a brilliant job at stretching out natural coils while being gentle enough to protect this fragile hair type,” explains Smith. “However, to achieve perfectly straight and glossy results on textured hair, the use of a straightening iron would still be required.”
As my hair goes, it’s thick and long, which makes holding a style challenging as my hair is quite heavy. My hair isn’t poker straight, rather wavier and more wiry in texture around my crown, so I’m also prone to frizz after washing my hair. Below is how I like to prep my hair to get the most out of my Dyson Airwrap.