I've been eyeing the Revlon One Step Hair Dryer for months now and finally decided to bite the bullet and try it out. I've been using it consistently for about a month and here's my honest review of the Revlon One Step Dryer! 


Revlon One Step Pros & Cons

Pros:
  • I stink at using a round brush, so the Revlon One Step makes it SO much easier for me to get volume in my hair!
  • Leaves my hair silky smooth AND I don't have to use a straightener afterwards.
  • Reduces the time it takes to dry/style my hair (cut my time in half - now only 10-15 minutes!) 
  • Lightweight and not as bulky as a hair dryer.
  • Super easy to pack for traveling! 
  • It's a decent price! Cheaper than a nice straightener and about as much as a nice hair dryer. 

Cons: 
  • There is a learning curve! The first few times I used it, my hair was smooth and straight, but really flat. I finally got that volume after practicing a few times. 
  • It gets really HOT. I'm usually on the cool setting and then use the low, hot when styling the ends really quick. If I use it on high, my face and hair gets too hot! 


Overall: 100% worth every penny! I would recommend this product to all my friends. And I really think that every mom needs this! I'm excited that I have this to use after baby comes - maybe I'll actually do my hair with a newborn ;)

Where to Buy: You can find this hair dryer at Ulta,  Target (that's where I got mine!), and Amazon. (Just make sure if you're ordering online that it specially calls out the Revlon brand. I originally ordered one online from Walmart that was a knock-off!)


How to use the Revlon One Step: 
I'm no hair stylist, so this is the every-girl's guide to using the Revlon One Step Hair Dryer. :)
  1. After showering, I towel dry my hair and use the bathpack hair brush (similar to a wet brush) to brush through my hair. I then add a few spritzes of R+Co Dallas Thickening Spray and a little R+Co Trophy Shine and Texture Spray. The first few times I didn't use any product, but it really makes a difference for volume using these two! (Take $10 off at R+Co with code O6p4)
  2. I section off my hair and start drying the bottom layer using the Revlon tool. The best way to dry it is to start at the top and make a "C." You don't want to pull straight down or you'll lose volume! 
  3. After the bottom layer is completely dry, I pull down another section and continue drying until my whole head is finished! 
  4. I go over the ends one last time with the Revlon tool on "low." This gets the ends of my hair just right!  

I'm so happy with my purchase - the Revlon One Step has seriously been a game changer while getting ready in the morning and I was pretty skeptical beforehand! Let me know if you try it, too! xo