You’ve been using your Dyson Airwrap all wrong – this is what the grooves are really for | The Sun

MANY beauty lovers can’t live without their Dyson Airwraps, but it turns out we could be using them all wrong.

TikTok user Hannah, who posts under @hannahlou304, said she had recently discovered what the grooves were for along the side. 

She wrote: “In case anyone didn’t know what the grooves are for on the Dyson Airwrap.”

Hannah then demonstrated a piece of hair curled around the Airwrap, and held up a hair pin. 

She then slid the hair pin along the groove so it picked up the hair and took it off the Airwrap.

In the caption, she added: “Pin curl never been so quick.”

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Hannah was able to pin her hair quickly in curls so they would hold for longer.

Her video racked up 39,000 likes, and people were quick to comment.

One said: "Omg genius!!" and second wrote: "I’ve had this since 2019 and never tried this."

However, another added: "There comes the air out but is a good idea though."

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The Dyson Airwrap claims to dry, smooth, straighten and curl hair simply by using different attachments, and the ‘Coanda effect’.

It's described by Dyson as: “A styling tool engineered to create curls, waves and smooth blow dries without extreme heat.”

It aims to be a versatile tool which styles hair without damaging it by excessive heat.

There are three different kits, the Complete, the Smooth + Control and the Volume + Shape.

The Complete is for multiple hair types, the Smooth + Control is for ‘unruly, frizz-prone hair’, and the Volume + Shape is for ‘limp, flat hair’.

The wand uses jets of air to achieve the finished look, using Dyson’s digital motor to create what they’ve called the Coanda effect.

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Dyson said: “The Coanda effect occurs when a high-speed jet of air flows across a surface and, due to differences in pressure, the air flow attaches itself to the surface.

“This attracts, wraps and curls the air around the barrel.

“Taking advantage of this principle Dyson’s team of aerodynamicists created a way to style hair using only air combined with heat.

“The result, whether you choose to curl, wave, smooth or rough dry your hair, creates a natural look with a sleek finish, helping prevent extreme heat damage.”

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The Airwand, which can also style hair from wet to dry, has been in development for years with £24million invested into research and development.

There were 642 prototypes, and 230 engineers worked on the product.

James Dyson, founder and chairman, said: “Harnessing the power of Dyson’s digital motor we have engineered a unique styling tool which prevents extreme heat damage when styling.”

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