In our digital era and in the age of tech there are many fantastic tools on the market that can help you achieve your perfect look. From hair styling tools that will save you time, to haircare tools that will hep you keep your hair healthier than ever before, today it’s all about taking advantage of tech to make caring for and styling for your hair easy…
- GHD Air Wunderlust Hairdryer – £99
For a quick blowout that stays put, try the Air Wunderlust by hair styling gods GHD. This limited edition dryer is compact and lightweight, making it great to travel with, and is designed to reduce frizz and create quick results. The powerful dryer received fantastic reviews, with testers being particularly impressed with how quickly it dried and how easy it was to style with precision, ideal for those that lead a busy lifestyle but are able to spare a little time to look great.
- Kerastase Hair Coach – £160
As the world’s first ever smart hair brush, the Hair Coach from Kerastase gives you feedback on your haircare routine to help you take better care of your hair. Designed to help you keep your hair healthy all year round, the brush provides feedback for your brushing patterns, warns you if you brush too hard and gives you tips on how to get healthier hair. Providing information through a smartphone app, you’ll also receive feedback about frizziness, dryness and split ends..
- BaByliss Diamond Heated Smoothing Brush – £59.99
Straighten locks quickly and add visible shine, with the Diamond Heated Brush from BaByliss. The unique bristle combination of heated ceramic straightening fins straighten as you brush, while the flexible taming bristles detangles and adds shine. This brush is ideal for smoothing for all hair types, and is a fast and effective way to create straight and smooth hair with a healthy shine.
- Lee Stafford CoCo LoCo Irons – £25
Infused with coconut oil, these straightening irons from Lee Stafford are designed to provide vital care for your hair while you style. We all know heat styling can damage the hair, but with these straighteners you can add gloss and shine to your hair as you go. Perfect for straight or wavy looks, the iron is ideal to create a polished look.
- Dyson Supersonic Hairdryer – £299
We’ve all seen the television advert for this hairdryer, but is it really worth the £299 price tag? The tech is completely different to any other hairdryer before, using a microprocessor to regulate temperature, and taking on a new shape for balance and better drying. While this might not seem enough to consider upgrading your two-year-old £30 dryer, the Dyson does promise to greatly reduce the damage done to your hair while drying, so may be worth the investment if you’re trying extra hard to care for your hair.