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Forget expensive salon blowouts or the hassle of maneuvering a brush while balancing a heavy hairdryer. The easy-to-use Revlon One-Step Volumizing Hair Dryer is a total game-changer and a must in any beauty arsenal. Well, guess what? It’s massively on sale right now at Amazon — just $22, down from $60 for Cyber Monday. But the sale ends tonight!
There’s a reason — multiple reasons, actually — nearly a quarter of a million shoppers are obsessed with this brilliant gadget: It’s the secret weapon for a good hair day.
The two-in-one tool (who doesn’t love a multitasker?) combines a volume-boosting round brush with the power of a hairdryer for a foolproof blowout.
The brush’s oval shape lifts hair at the root for full body and curled ends. It’s lined with a combination of nylon bristles with ball tips (perfect for detangling) and boar bristles for smooth results. Plus, the base is coated with ceramic to keep heat damage to a minimum.
With three heat/speed settings, this 1,100-watt wonder gets the job done. And if you’re thinking it’s not powerful enough to tame your unruly mane, fear not. Not only does the dryer have a large shape to disperse air quickly and evenly, but its airflow is saturated with negative ions, upping your bounce and minimizing frizz.
The tool boasts 258,000 five-star reviews, and its innovative design is to thank for the amazing results customers praise. "I am honestly impressed, and that takes a lot!" one shopper shared. "I have super curly, thick, often frizzy hair (thanks, Dad!) that is about halfway down my back. This cut my dry/style time down well below half of what it takes with a regular blow dryer and round brush. And best of all my hair looks like I spent a ton of time/money on it. Sleek, shiny, and not at all frizzy."
Another added: "It's been a game-changer for my hair, an honest-to-God holy grail. My hair is super dry, medium thickness, half wavy, half just frizz — it's what other people's hair looks like when they've damaged the hell out of it. But THIS thing dries it faster than a blow dryer and makes it smooth and shiny, which nothing else in the world has been able to do. Depending on how I use it, I can get it straight or give it some really nice bend towards the ends."
"This is the best invention ever hands down," reports a fan. "I now use this every day. Haven’t used my blow dryer in 2 weeks and rarely use my straightener anymore..."
Even a hairstylist is pleased: "As a hairstylist for almost 20 years, I was skeptical," one shopper shared. "I had several clients tell me about how amazing this brush was so I thought I’d decide for myself. I have thick, coarse, wavy hair that I usually have to round brush for at least 20-30 minutes. This brush has CHANGED MY LIFE. I can dry my hair in 10 minutes with the same results as if is used a round brush and A LOT of effort."
A senior Ukrainian official has suggested a series of explosions at a Russian air base in Crimea could have been the work of partisan saboteurs, as Kyiv denied any responsibility for the incident deep inside Russian-occupied territory.The adviser to President Volodymyr Zelenskiy also suggested Russian incompetence as a possible cause of Tuesday's blasts.
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The current wave of COVID-19 has peaked in Queensland as the number of patients in hospital with the virus drops weeks earlier than expected.Health authorities had warned of a total hospital caseload of around 1660 in late August, but Chief Health Officer John Gerrard says the state hit a peak of 1123 on July 26.
Lamont Dozier, the middle man in the celebrated Holland-Dozier-Holland team that wrote and produced "You Can't Hurry Love," "Heat Wave" and dozens of other hits and helped make Motown an essential record company of the 1960s and beyond, has died at age 81.Dozier's death was confirmed on Tuesday by Paul Lambert, who helped produce the stage musical "The First Wives Club" that Holland-Dozier-Holland wrote for.
A woman yelled out "thank you" from the back of the court after a Queensland man was committed to stand trial for murder.Paul Anthony Quinlan was arrested in May 2020 after Scott Pilton was found with life-threatening facial injuries at a home on the 400-resident Lamb Island, off Brisbane.
Allied health worker shortages across the country could put Australians living with a disability at risk of slipping through the cracks, a new report says.High staff turnover rates, lack of permanent work and reduced hours are contributing to a worker shortage in the sector, the report conducted by the peak body for disability says.
Nazi symbols are one step closer to be being banned in NSW after legislation criminalising their use passed the state parliament's lower house on Tuesday.It follows a ban of the Nazi swastika in Victoria, and pledges by the Queensland and Tasmanian governments to prohibit the hate symbol.
Choking back tears, New Zealand MP Sam Uffindell has asked voters for a second chance following revelations of a historic boarding school bashing that led to his expulsion.Mr Uffindell will stay in parliament and the opposition National partyroom after leader Chris Luxon declared the 38-year-old a "changed man" since the 1999 assault.