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Plus more of the best InStyle-tested hair tools for less.
After testing more than a 100 different hair tools in our labs and at home, we here at InStyle know exactly which tools are currently the best on the market. And while we think all of our winners are well worth the investment, Amazon is doing us all a favor by slashing prices up to 40 percent off on some of the best hair dryers, hot air brushes, flat irons, and more tools we tested.
That’s right, before the Prime Big Deal Days kicks off on October 10, you can score major discounts on coveted tools, like $100 percent off the top-rated Dyson Corrale Hair Straightener, which rarely goes on sale. Whether you finally want to try a hot air brush — like the Revlon One Step, which is 41 percent off — or you need to replace that prehistoric hair dryer, now’s your chance to get the best hair tools at the best prices. And for those that want to get some holiday shopping done early, what’s better than gifting that Dyson straightener or Drybar Blow Dryer your loved one’s been eyeing, but won’t buy for themselves?
No matter if you are treating yourself or the ones on your shopping list, here are the 10 best InStyle-tested hair tools that are currently on sale:
Dyson Corrale Hair Straightener, $400 (Originally $500)
Kristin Ess Hair 3-in-1 Titanium Flat Iron, $60 (Originally $90)
Revlon One Step Volumizer Hair Dryer and Hot Air Brush, $41 (Originally $70)
Drybar The Double Shot Oval Blow Dryer, $132 (Originally $154)
InfinitiPro by Conair Ceramic Curling Iron, $19 (Originally $30)
T3 Professional Ionic Interchangeable Curling Iron, $255 (Originally $300)
Lyealion Interchangeable Hair Curling Wand, $90 (Originally $130)
MHU Professional Salon Grade Hair Dryer, $39 (Originally $60)
InfinitiPro by Conair Hair Dryer, $26 (Originally $45)
Bed Head Curls-in-Check Hair Diffuser Dryer, $24 (Originally $35)
Dyson Corrale Hair Straightener
We weren’t surprised when the Dyon Corrale Hair Straightener earned our title of best luxury hair straightener, and while it typically comes at a steep cost of $500, you can currently save $100 if you buy it on Amazon. Yes, it’s still an investment, but considering this tool effortlessly straightened, curled, waved, and crimped our hair, it can be the only one you need. The iron automatically adjusted to our hair texture, so we didn’t have to worry about burning our strands. Instead, we were left with soft, smooth, static-free hair. And did we mention it’s cordless?
Kristin Ess Hair 3-in-1 Titanium Flat Iron
This three-in-one Kristin Ess flat iron outperformed all the others in our test, and it’s currently just $60 at Amazon. One of the reasons it stood out was its wide, non-slip dual titanium plates that use negative ion technology to combat frizz and smoothly glide through hair. Curling our hair with the curved plates was a breeze — even for those that typically use a curling iron instead. And if you’re paranoid about forgetting to turn off your straightener, you’ll be glad to know this one actually shuts off after 30 minutes of inactivity.
Revlon One Step Volumizer Hair Dryer and Hot Air Brush
It’s safe to say that the Revlon One Step Hot Air Brush started the entire hot air brush craze, and our tested roundup proved it’s here to stay. While the brush is already budget-friendly at under $100, it’s currently 40 percent off on Amazon. Despite the low price, the hot air brush was a joy to use, with a swivel cord that allowed us to reach all angles of our head and an airflow strong enough to completely dry our hair. In under just 25 minutes, it transformed our wet stands into a smooth, bouncy mane.
Drybar The Double Shot Oval Blow Dryer
Thanks to ionic technology, this brush gave us the shiniest hair from all the hot air brushes we tested. We also found the wide, flat head easy to maneuver, making this tool ideal for those who aren’t the most skilled at giving themselves blowouts. If you’ve spent your fair share on professional blowouts — perhaps at Drybar itself — do yourself a favor and invest in this tool that will give the same look at home.
MHU Professional Salon Grade Hair Dryer
If you typically avoid blow drying your hair because it leaves it more frizzy than smooth, consider this hair dryer. Thanks to negative ion technology, two attachments, and three types of heat setting, this tool gave us the silkiest, smoothest strands in our fine hair hair dryer test. With the 35 percent off coupon you can clip on the product page, you can get this salon grade hair dryer for under $40. And if you need a hair dryer for travel (we all know hotel hair dryers are the worst), you can get the smaller version for only $19.
Shop more of our favorite tested hot tools for (way) less, below.
InfinitiPro by Conair Ceramic Curling Iron
T3 Professional Ionic Interchangeable Curling Iron
InfinitiPro by Conair Hair Dryer
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