Debating a new Dyson Supersonic hair dryer or Airwrap multi styler? We’re right there with you — let us, and the new Ceramic Pop colourway range, convince you to finally make that buy!
Dyson needs little introduction; the premium global brand is known for innovative, problem-solving technology and impressive engineering behind its user-friendly, sleek designs. Say the name and you’ll no doubt think of its bestselling products: its brilliant vacuums and, of course, its Supersonic hairdryer and Airwrap hair multi-styler.
Investing heavily in research and development, the brand’s cutting-edge products work efficiently — and look good! We put the new Ceramic Pop colourway hair care range to the test, coming in brand-new bold colours (blush pink, topaz orange and patina blue) and featuring the same timeless designs you love so much. Vibrant hues, a completely luxe feel and an irresistible “ceramic” finish for that touch of elegance.
The New Dyson Ceramic Pop Hair Care Range
So what makes these Dyson hair care products stand out? The new Ceramic Pop Supersonic hair dryer and Airwrap multi-styler feature Dyson’s hair care technology and the special edition colourway, coming with various styling attachments for your best-looking locks yet! Plus, through rigorous testing (including rub, abrasion and scratch resistance tests), you can be sure that the new micro-level colour finishes will withstand the demands of daily use — there’ll be no signs of wear and tear here!
Dyson’s new Ceramic Pop Supersonic hair dryer is powered by the Dyson digital motor V9, which leverages the company’s technology to quickly dry your hair with intelligent heat control technology to prevent heat damage and protect your hair’s shine. The tool now comes with a range of styling attachments including the Flyaway Smoother attachment.
And the new Ceramic Pop Airwrap? The multi-styler uses the aerodynamic Coanda effect to attract and wrap hair to the barrel or surface of the brush while monitoring airflow temperature and allowing you to adjust it accordingly. Its re-engineered attachments promise faster and easier styling for hair that’s chest-length and longer. Plus, with 12 different attachments (for shaping, smoothening, curling, waving and more!), you can expect it to cover multiple hair types!
We Tried Dyson’s New Ceramic Pop Supersonic Hair Dryer And Airwrap Multi-Styler
Kiran: The Dyson Supersonic hair dryer is pretty and gets the job done! I have been struggling to find a good hair dryer that dries and styles my hair quickly, with results that really last. It’s safe to say, I found one!
Sakina: I’m a total novice when it comes to Dyson so I definitely found the amount of attachments daunting when unpacking. As someone who frequently has to re-buy hair dryers after their wires and plugs fry, I think it’s high time I switch to a higher-end, reliable brand. The sleek Dyson Supersonic design is already so beautiful and the Ceramic Pop colourway and finish just gives it that real ultra-luxe touch. In all, holding this smooth baby pink and teal appliance really transformed my regular, almost boring hair-drying experience into an indulgent self-care-like practice. I really liked how the attachments snapped magnetically into place with no hassle and the amount of control I had over both heat and airflow. You can see two hairbrushes in my lap — I usually use those when drying my hair, but I didn’t have to reach for them at all!
Nicole: I own one of the older models of the Dyson Supersonic hair dryer so I was very interested in trying out the new Flyaway Smoother brush attachment. It was easy to use and worked wonders on my frizzy hair, leaving it sleek-looking and shiny. I have naturally curly hair, so having a tool like this would save me so much time!
I also had a lot of fun using the new Ceramic Pop Dyson Airwrap. It was my first time so it took a little getting used to but once I got the hang of it, I didn’t want to stop! It’s so cool to see your hair wrap around the barrel all on its own and create a bouncy curl in a matter of seconds. I usually use a curling iron or my straightener to curl my hair so this seems like a gentler alternative. That being said, my hair did flatten slightly throughout the day so I’d recommend locking your curls with some hairspray.
Fashila: I tried the Dyson Supersonic with the new Flyaway Smoother attachment. I use a hair straightener every now and then and compared to that, the Supersonic is quicker, as it covers more area each time. The results? Silky smooth locks with a healthy shine, and the process is literally like brushing your hair! I also like that the heat is optimal and how easy it is to use.