revlon one step review

Revlon One-Step Hair Tool Review

revlon one step review

As I take more time out for myself everyday, I’ve started to put a lot more effort into how I look and how I feel when I look in the mirror. My hair can be a big pain for me because it frizzes in this Texas heat and then just kinda sits there. So I decided to try a different tool for styling my hair- the new Revlon One Step Hair Dryer and Volumizer Hot Brush (affiliate link)!

revlon one step hair dryer reviewSo let me first say that yes, I realize there is hair in my brush and this is actually my least favorite part of the styling tool- you can’t wash the brush part and pulling hair out of it is pretty difficult. Before I recommended the tool to you, I wanted to try it first, which means using the brush and getting my long locks in it. Sorry!

Aside from the cleaning difficulties, I LOVE THIS HOT BRUSH. In the picture above, you can see that on the left side my hair is still wet and curly. The right side is how it looks after I’ve used the Revlon tool to brush and blow out my hair. Because my hair is so thick and and layered, I have to separate it and clip it on top of my head as I go to get the perfect blow out. I also use the John Freida Frizz-Ease Serum (affiliate link) and rub it through my hair before I begin drying. That helps a lot!

blown out hair at home

THE FINISHED PRODUCT! Seriously, it’s like getting a blow out at home for free! When I use normal blow dryers, it takes forever for it to dry and of course its a frizzy mess. This is a no-frizz solution that makes it look like I just left a salon. I highly recommend this tool. I know on Amazon there are quite a few different knock-offs so be wary of that as you shop! Enjoy!


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5 thoughts on “Revlon One-Step Hair Tool Review”

  1. I used to have a Revo Styler and loved it – this is the same concept. I wish you could RENT hair styling tools to try them out before buying. They make such great promises and don’t always deliver. But this looks pretty good. Can you swish the brush head around in soapy water periodically to wash it? Or you can’t get it wet at all…?

    Thanks for the review!



  2. That thing is amazing! Your hair looks fantastic! Those of us with naturally curly or wavy hair may just have found the perfect tool!! Thanks for sharing this!


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