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New Product Alert - Hair Dryer

Lylddlebit

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I did my first rev session with no product on my hair. My deep conditioner was Plantactive Blend. It is a good deep conditioner but my hair drinks it like water and it doesn't last as long as I like. I only get 2 uses out of a 6 oz jar(I prefer at least 4 uses of a regular size deep conditioner). I also think it may be discontinued now because I only see it on like ebay and amazon now instead of sally's where I originally bought it. I detangled clean deep conditioned hair with my Felicia Leatherwood brush(love that thing), revved each section and then took my old faithful blow dryer sprayed on my protectant did a quick sweep to make sure my strands were heat protected and my roots were tangle free and completely dry . I did 1 pass with my Runway flat iron and I am really happy with the results. Most of the time I use the "California Press" method to straighten my hair: flat ion the length and hit the roots with the hot comb. I don't even like a little bit of a wave at the root until my hair starts growing out so that my presses always last the full month, even in southern humidity. However I didn't even need to use the hot comb on this press. The blow dried roots and flat iron gave me the results I like. So it's all good. The time I added with a quick hit of the blow dryer, canceled out with me not needing to use the hot comb annnnnnnnnd because the revair + blow dryer is pretty much an upgrade to the old school tension blow dry method, I didn't have any breakage with those few blow dryer passes.
 
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HealthyHair2020

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Hey yall. Anymore updated reviews on this? I want to get it and they're having a sale right now but I would want to out my leave-in and heat protectant in my hair before I use it.
 

LiLi

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Hey yall. Anymore updated reviews on this? I want to get it and they're having a sale right now but I would want to out my leave-in and heat protectant in my hair before I use it.
Get it! I don’t think you will regret it at all! But if you do, they have a great return policy. You may have to change up the leave-in and heat protectant if they are any that cause build up in the dryer. I love mine so much. If I could just find a flat iron I loved, I would be set.
 

Mapleoats

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I did my first rev session with no product on my hair. My deep conditioner was Plantactive Blend. It is a good deep conditioner but my hair drinks it like water and it doesn't last as long as I like. I only get 2 uses out of a 6 oz jar(I prefer at least 4 uses of a regular size deep conditioner). I also think it may be discontinued now because I only see it on like ebay and amazon now instead of sally's where I originally bought it. I detangled clean deep conditioned hair with my Felicia Leatherwood brush(love that thing), revved each section and then took my old faithful blow dryer sprayed on my protectant did a quick sweep to make sure my strands were heat protected and my roots were tangle free and completely dry . I did 1 pass with my Runway flat iron and I am really happy with the results. Most of the time I use the "California Press" method to straighten my hair: flat ion the length and hit the roots with the hot comb. I don't even like a little bit of a wave at the root until my hair starts growing out so that my presses always last the full month, even in southern humidity. However I didn't even need to use the hot comb on this press. The blow dried roots and flat iron gave me the results I like. So it's all good. The time I added with a quick hit of the blow dryer, canceled out with me not needing to use the hot comb annnnnnnnnd because the revair + blow dryer is pretty much an upgrade to the old school tension blow dry method, I didn't have any breakage with those few blow dryer passes.
Hmmm just seeing this post thank you! I think next time I blow out my hair I may combine the rev air and airwrap. I have the rev air in storage because i didn’t like that it doesn’t get my roots. But the airwrap doesn’t completely get my ends either. so maybe combining the two will be the perfect compromise. Plus I have the revair so I might as well use it lolol
 

Mapleoats

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Get it! I don’t think you will regret it at all! But if you do, they have a great return policy. You may have to change up the leave-in and heat protectant if they are any that cause build up in the dryer. I love mine so much. If I could just find a flat iron I loved, I would be set.
What leave in do you use with the rev air?
 

HealthyHair2020

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Get it! I don’t think you will regret it at all! But if you do, they have a great return policy. You may have to change up the leave-in and heat protectant if they are any that cause build up in the dryer. I love mine so much. If I could just find a flat iron I loved, I would be set.
Ok thanks! I'm gonna maybe get it next month so I'll prob circle around to this thread again soon.
 

icsonia22

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It was a game changer for me. My hair is extremely single strand knot prone, but the revair gives me max stretch without drying my hair out like a traditional blow dryer would. I've been using it almost every wash day since December 2018 on the highest setting and highest tension level with zero heat damage. I still say it's the best investment that i made in the last 3 years.
 
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