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People Are Saying The New Dyson Straighteners Are 'Mind-Blowing'

People Are Saying The New Dyson Straighteners Are 'Mind-Blowing'

Are you a slave to the straighteners? Forever trying to achieve that sleek, frizz-free look without doing long-term heat damage to your locks?

Yep, we can relate. Effective straightening requires a whole lot of heat and time, and can take its toll on your tresses, causing broken ends, dryness and frizz aplenty.

Step up the Dyson Corrale, a one-of-a-kind straightener that's been racking up glowing online reviews.

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Thanks to its clever one-of-a-kind flexing plate design, shaped to gather the hair, the straightener reportedly uses less heat than other straighteners on the market.

How? Well, the plates - made from manganese copper allow plate - flex around the hair as you straighten it.

It's this extra level of control that allows you to create the same hair styles, but with less heat - and half the damage.

The flexing plate design is shaped to gather the hair, using less heat than traditional straighteners (Credit: Dyson)
The flexing plate design is shaped to gather the hair, using less heat than traditional straighteners (Credit: Dyson)
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Yep, that translates to a whopping 50 per cent less breakage, frizz and flyaways. Yes please.

Plus, the straighteners can be used corded, or cord free.

The Dyson Corrale gives 30 minutes of cordless styling - more than enough to get prepped for a night out - all with the thermal performance of a corded straightener.

If you need to charge up, the wonder-tool fully recharges in just 70 minutes - simply pop in the cable for hybrid charge mode.

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The extra level of control allows you to create the same hair styles, but with less heat - and half the damage. (Credit: Dyson)
The extra level of control allows you to create the same hair styles, but with less heat - and half the damage. (Credit: Dyson)

The straighteners come in two colourways. The first is a black nickel and fuchsia combo, the other a glossy purple and black design.

Real talk, these straighteners are costly. They will set you back an eye-watering £399.99. So, they're a beauty investment for sure. Something to save up for or to put on your wish list.

Recommended by British celebrity hair stylist Larry King, the straighteners have received rave reviews from customers.

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"I was intrigued by this product as a user of straighteners at home," wrote one impressed shopper. "I own a Supersonic hairdryer so am au fait with the quality and attention to detail worked into the product, but these straighteners blew my mind!

The straighteners come in two colourways - a black nickel and fuchsia combo and a glossy purple and black design. (Credit: Dyson)
The straighteners come in two colourways - a black nickel and fuchsia combo and a glossy purple and black design. (Credit: Dyson)

"No more kinks, going over the hair sections over again to catch stray hairs. I was also shown how to make the easiest curls, something I had struggled with at home with my usual product.

"I travel regularly so the travel pouch and air-safe mode are perfect for my needs. Beautifully thought through and with great functionality. I don't think I need any other styling product!"

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Another agreed: "Everything I hated about using straighteners has been fixed. Dyson Corrale has removed the cord, catches all the hair and all at a lower heat. GAME CHANGER!"

These game-changers are officially top of our beauty lust list.

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Topics: Hair and Beauty

Mary-Jane Wiltsher

Mary-Jane Wiltsher is a freelance lifestyle and culture journalist. Elsewhere she writes for Stylist, Euronews, PHOENIX and What We Seee.

 

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