This Hair Dryer Cost $400 But It Minimizes Heat Damage, Would You Buy It?

Dyson Hair DryerYa’ll know Dyson ain’t no joke when it comes to providing the best darn vacuum in the vacuum industry. Ok, who am I fooling?! I am not vacuum expert but I do know as a marketer they are the brand I would go for.

What if I told you that the company that has been cleaning up our spills for years wants to help you dry your hair. They created a Supersonic hair dryer:

“The Dyson Supersonic hair dryer, which took four years to develop, is quieter and more compact than the average blow dryer, and uses innovative technology to minimize heat damage and create a controlled yet strong airflow.” Today Show

“With more than $70M poured into four years of research to reduce typical blow dryer noise and the sleek magnetic attachments, we’re slightly convinced that this just might give us the ultimate hair drying experience. It’s sexy, it’s super high tech and, it’s a Dyson.” Hype Hair

It comes with a diffuser for us curly girls and it also reportedly cuts down on heat damage. I suppose we should mention it will be available for purchase in September 2016 for a measly $399.00.

So my question to you is, would you buy it? Let me answer the question first, honestly, if I had the disposable income to just purchase a dryer for $400 I would definitely buy it.

We all love our gadgets, big and small and may have us have dropped grips on iPhones and other things, so why not. What about you would you buy it? Find it here: Dyson Supersonic™.


About Petra


Hi I'm Petra Lomax , a staff writer and editor for BlackHairInformation.com . I am Jamaican born and raised and moved to the United States in my early 20's. I have a BA in Political Science and International relations as well as an MBA and a Masters In Project Management. I love travel, culture and anything that has to do with creative media and business.

About Petra


Hi I'm Petra Lomax , a staff writer and editor for BlackHairInformation.com . I am Jamaican born and raised and moved to the United States in my early 20's. I have a BA in Political Science and International relations as well as an MBA and a Masters In Project Management. I love travel, culture and anything that has to do with creative media and business.

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Ashley Elaine Plummer

No its not what you use but how you use it.

Phoenix McGee

That’s a major no. I have a hard time buying a $30 dollar one.

Angela Terry

What are their stylists doing to cause heat damage with a dryer…. No matter how much it cost he or she is still going to burn your hair…

Dee Dee Martin

No I won’t

Kamilah Stapleton

HELL NO, that’s a bill a car note for some if you got it like that then hey ….

Elisa Evra

I will leave my hair dry naturally lol

Faye
Faye

I wouldn’t mind since I like to invest in my hair gadget to get the best product. It’s light,silent, no heat damage can be cause meaning if I want to stretch my hair out can be done anytime, love the sleekness, the colour of it, + there’s a 14days money back. If you’re not happy you can go back to your old dryer. If I would buy it,i’d save $100 from my salary by September or $50 to get it by January.

Tanae
Tanae

Yea that’s a definite NO. Evn if i had the disposable income I still wudnt buy it. #1 it’s the first so it probably has a few thngs wrong with it. #2 they said it “minimizes” heat damage which so does a freaking heat protector lol prolly all they have dun is made it more quiet which’ll make it more believable dat if dey tell ppl it doesn’t cause heat damage. All these companies do is LIE smh n den in a few yrs ull find out it causes cancer smh

TMW
TMW

I watched t he videos and the technology sounds awesome but they really missed the mark on one important thing. A comb attachment that won’t break or snap off when used on kinky hair. It really needs a comb attachment. Home users have a hard time using a regular comb and blow dryer at the same time. I like how its designed to protect the cortex and increase shine.

Ajah
Ajah

I had a Dyson Vacuum and it was crappy and I paid A LOT for it, just to return it and buy something less expensive that did a better job, so no I would not purchase this dryer for $400 when I can find another dryer that will do the same thing for less money. At least with some of the other dryers out there you can use a comb attachment. Does it come with a concentrator nozzle? If you want to straighten your curls for a style you can’t do it with this and you’d have to go buy another blow dryer which is more money; so it’s $400 + God knows how much for the other blow dryer you’ll be buying to straighten your hair. If you have enough money and space for it then more power to you, but for me; “No thanks”.

Samantha Witherspoon Morris

it better be able to wash some dishes and throw in a meal or two for $400.