All our favorite Dyson hair tool dupes are in the Amazon Prime Day sale

90s blowout here we come

Amazon Prime Day 2022: Hair tools from Revlon, Lylux and Shark in a pink template
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Say goodbye to flyaways and frizz because our go-to Dyson Airwrap dupes and must-have summer styling tools are all on sale for Amazon Prime Day 2022.

Right now Amazon is fulfilling all our hair and beauty needs—whether you're after the best Prime Olaplex deals (like Olaplex No.3) or Korean beauty faves—and now they've gone and slashed the prices of our favorite Dyson dupes including the REVLON One-Step Volumizer Hot Air Brush. Not only is it a viral TikTok product but also heralded as the best budget alternative to the Dyson Airwrap.

Whether you've got damaged hair and are after a gentler alternative to straighteners or just want to try out a 90s blowout—these tools could very well be the answer to your prayers. Don't worry: we'll fill you in on everything you need to know.

Dyson Airwrap dupes

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Revlon Salon One-Step Hair Dryer and Volumizer: $59.99 $39.17 / £59.49 £39.99  

Revlon's non-detachable oval brush design eliminates the need for multiple tools, as it dries, styles and volumizes your locks, all while preventing damage. You can expect up to 30% less frizz upon usage—a welcomed statistic when humidity comes into play. 

Plus, this gadget offers variety. You can select a setting that works best for your needs with one of three heat/speed settings (and a cool option). 

To keep the product in tip-top shape, clean the air inlet regularly and let the product cool down before placing it in storage.


Dyson hairdryer dupes

If your styling needs are sorted but you're after a new blow-dryer, Amazon also has some incredible deals on Dyson-esque dryers. 

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Shark HyperAIR Fast-Drying Blow Dryer:  $249.99 $172.00 / £249.99 £199.99

This Show hair dryer uses HyperAIR IQ Technology, high-velocity heated air and ionized air for ultra-fast drying with no heat damage.  Shark really understood the liquid hair (opens in new tab) assignment! 

Frizz will be a thing of the past as this dryer is designed to smooth hair, leaving it shiny and shiny. Much like the Dyson it also comes with a number of attachments—three to be exact to help style and quaff your tresses.


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CONFU 1800W Ionic Hair Dryer:  $48.99 $39.19 / £35.99 £28.79

This ionic hair dryer is designed to dry your hair fast and has three heat settings that allow you to adapt it to your preferred temperature. It also comes with two attachments including a diffuser to smooth your hair and prevent flyaways.

One shopper has dubbed this dryer 'awesome' and wrote in their review: "It's great, the diffuser connects magnetically which makes switching it out a breeze. I love that I can change both the heat level AND how hard it blows. 

"I love the Ionic feature more than I thought I would and my hair has never ever looked better!" That's pretty glowing if you ask us!


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Lylux Cordless Ionic Hair Dryer:  $199.99 $143.99 / £209.99 £167.99

This wireless Dyson alternative offers changeable temperatures and wind speeds, with LED light indicators and a charging stand.

It also comes with a diffuser detachment to help you smooth and style your hair—this type is ideal if you're obsessed with influencer Matilda Djerfs's voluminous blowout.

One happy customer said in their review: "I was dubious about the ability of a low-heat dryer to handle my thick hair, but this really does the trick. It also produces a lot less frizz. And the cordless feature is great! Well worth the price."


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