REVLON One-Step Volumizer Original 1.0 Hair Dryer and Hot Air Brush, Black + Hair Accessories Styling Kit Everything ElseLive viewers eye icon

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About this item STYLE AND DRY IN ONE STEP: Style, Dry & Volumize Your Hair in One Step, Max Drying Power with 30% Less Frizz and helps reduce hair damage IONIC + CERAMIC TECHNOLOGY: Unique Non-Detachable Oval Brush Design for Smoothing the Hair, while the round edges create volume UNIQUE OVAL DESIGN: Designed with Nylon Pin & Tufted Bristles for detangling, improved volume, and control STYLING FLEXIBILITY: 3 Heat/Speed Settings with Cool option for styling flexibility SAFETY PLUG: Volumizer 1.0 Original meets U.S. safety requirements, unit is designed for 120 Volt USA outlets only. DO NOT use a voltage converter or adapter as it will damage it CARE FOR YOUR VOLUMIZER: Clean air inlet regularly, remove hair from the brush after every use and do not wrap cord around the unit. To keep bristles in best condition let unit cool before storing

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Revlon One-Step Volumizer. This product is a hair spray that works to give your hair added volume, hold and shine. It’s available in different sized cans and the directions are on the back of the can.

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10 reviews for REVLON One-Step Volumizer Original 1.0 Hair Dryer and Hot Air Brush, Black + Hair Accessories Styling Kit Everything ElseLive viewers eye icon

  1. S. Slater

    I was skeptical at first but wanted to try! So glad I did. This thing is amazing. I have just below the shoulder length hair that is naturally curly. And it’s thick! Drying my hair takes about 15 minutes with a regular hair dryer and brush. This dryer cut it to about 10 minutes and the results are beautiful! I almost do not even need to use my flat iron! Seriously! I’m shocked at how well this works! It takes a little getting used to, but after 2 tries, I’m good. I am right handed so drying the right side is tricky! Love this hair dryer and highly recommend!

  2. CaptWiggles

    I am in shock. I have tried nearly every type of hair styling devices imaginable, even that old rotating hairbrush used in conjunction with a traditional dryer. I always resorted back to a round brush and hair dryer. I’ve honestly gotten so good with blowouts over the years that I rarely needed to add in a flat iron finish.The past few years I stopped straightening and went back to my naturally curly (3a) style, only busting out the blow dryer once or twice a year. From wet to straight, shoulder length, would take me about an hour to blowout given its coarseness and density.This Revlon dryer kept popping up, and I finally decided to try it, fully expecting to return it. I thought it might cut down my hair styling time by five or ten minutes, which isn’t really worth the investment, in my opinion.I was so, so wrong.I wasn’t ready for a wash, so I decided to just wet a single strand to see how it worked. It came out nice, straight and shiny–great. But, a single strand proves little. Out of curiosity, I decided to try it on a dry strand of hair. My hair was stretched smooth at the roots from air drying in a tight wrap but pretty curly/wavy at the ends.Normally if I attempted to use a blow dryer and round brush on my naturally air dried hair, I would expect to get considerable frizz, denting, and strange lumpy/rigid bits. I can’t even use a flat iron on my air-dried hair for the same reasons. It is really stubborn unless styled from wet.I picked a nice fat chunk of dry hair, because I didn’t come to play. I applied the Revlon dryer, and in seconds, the strand went from poofy to sleek. I felt a strange sort of veneration after this. I pulled out my phone to time myself. I still expected it would take me 20-30 minutes to get my entire head done, and that I might struggle with smoothing out the more unruly bits.This is the honest to God truth. It took less than ten minutes.I stood petting my sleek hair, mouth agape, for another ten minutes, just to run out the timer, you know? It looked like I did a one hour blowout from dripping wet hair. Truly astonishing.I still need to try it on wet hair, but even just having the option to let my hair air dry and then run this quickly over it makes the product so worth having.The only cons, so far, is that I got the original which lacks the medium setting. Also, I hate that they call the color “mint.” Mint, to me, implies more of a greenish hue, but this one is blue. Nitpicky, but I have a mint hair dryer and bathroom, so I like to try and match the colors.It is 100% worth a try. It may not work for every hair type, but for my coarse and porous hair it worked a treat.

  3. E. Marie

    After seeing the advertisement for a similar, higher-priced product, Amazon search results brought me to this Revlon dry and style all-in-one for a quarter of what the higher-priced product cost; this is a steal in comparison to the competitor.The DeliveryThe product showed up at my door in its original box and they slapped a mailing label on it. This gave me pause because since there was no protective packaging, I thought for sure the dryer would have been damaged in transit. Thankfully, the product was undamaged when I took it out of the box. On further inspection, it was not scratched or dinged up and it worked as soon as I plugged it in.The DryerThe product itself is quite large and larger than what I had expected. The oval shape of the brush head seemed concerning to me as I’ve only ever used a round brush with my NuMe Ionic Hair Dryer. The settings are cool, low, and high and are located on a dial at the bottom end of the dryer. To use the product was self-explanatory, all there is to do is plug it in, select the heat setting, and off you go to a great blow out.The ExperienceBefore blowing out my hair, I use whatever hair product I have on hand at the time. Right now, I am using a coconut oil hair moisturizing serum which helps to temper flyaways, leaves the hair with a smoother finish, and moisturizes. For my hair length, a nickel-size amount is just enough for my just-past-the-shoulders hair length and then comb through. Then I section off my hair to make drying more manageable.Starting with the back sections, I started with the low setting and brushed in a downward direction and letting the brush feature volumize on its own. The back sections are the most difficult for me because they are, for some strange reason, wavy, unruly, and difficult to keep straight. This brush dryer brought the back parts out and under for a nice bouncy finish. It was nearly a perfect ‘C’ formation that I couldn’t believe. I then moved to the side sections and the crown and was surprised with the volume the brush gives. While I’m drying the side sections, I’m leaving hair rolled up in the brush and allowing it to remain there for a few seconds before I gently pull the brush through the length of my hair. Unbelievable. It was almost like having big Texas hair.Finishing up with the rest of my hair, I noticed that the grip on the dryer is much more comfortable than my other hairdryer and round brush. The thickness of the pommel makes for a very comfortable grip, and I didn’t realize what a difference size made. The other thing I noticed is at the upper end of the dryer, there is room to grab the end with your other hand and work the brush into a rolling motion (if you like to use two hands, which I do).During the first use, I timed it as it normally takes me about 7 or 10 minutes to dry my hair. With the Revlon, it cut that time in half. My hair came out dry, volumized, shiny, sleek, and the finish was as though I had taken a straight iron to my hair before applying a curling iron. There was so much bounce to my hair that it felt like I just got a hair cut. When I pulled my hair into a pony at the end of the day, the pony was bouncy.The Next DayWhat I noticed when waking up the next day is that my hair was still bouncy and still sleek. With my normal hairdryer, I still had problems with frizz and my hair just did not keep through the rest of the day. Consequently, for second-day hair, I had to use a dry shampoo to give it a little life. With the Revlon, second-day hair felt just like it did the day before, which was nearly a shock. I called my girlfriend who had been looking at this product with me, and I told her that everything they said about it was true – and I didn’t have to do my hair the second day because it kept through the night. Say what?!The PredecessorThe old hairdryer and round brush went back into my mom’s bottom drawer in her bathroom, for when she comes to visit. Although I have a sneaky suspicion that when she tries my Revlon, she’s going to toss those in the can.The Negative ReviewsYes, I have read all the negative reviews about how this thing craps out after a few uses, or two months, whichever occurs first. I hope that it does not happen here, and if it does, I will update this review to let you know how long it took for it to die on me.As for the other reviews about how the hair turns out following use . . . (1) don’t leave the dryer in one place while you use, or it will burn your hair, doing anything with the application of heat has a tendency to burn if you leave it too long, that’s just physics, (2) I did not have any hair loss while using this product, but I do comb out my wet hair first to work out any knots and tangles and comb through any product I am using before drying, and (3) if you do not have bounce or sleekness, um, go watch some YouTube videos and learn how to comb your hair.Great product, unbelievable. Totally thought it was a gimmick, and pleasantly surprised at how well this works – and for the price – you can’t go wrong!

  4. Laurie

    I’ve been debating for a long time whether or not to try this dryer because my hair takes a long time to dry and then I have to use a flat iron to get rid of the frizz. I didn’t think anything would actually work miracles on my hair but so many reviews raved about this product I finally bought it. Unbelievable!! My hair was dry, de frizzed and styled in 10 minutes! I can’t stress enough how amazing the Revlon One-Step is. I only wish I bought it years ago!

  5. Jean

    This blow dryer is surprisingly quick in terms of drying and styling! It really doesn’t take much more time than a standard blow dryer. The styling is incredible! My hair is super thin and this dryer gives me lift I can’t get from a round brush and a standard blow dryer. This is actually my second one of these but the earlier version has a bigger oval brush instead of round. For my thin hair, this one is so much better!!!

  6. Amazon Customer

    I am 50+ with baby fine hair which always seems frizzy after I dry it. It’s been a constant frustration- my hair looks healthy when my hairdresser dries it with her expensive Dyson brush-dryer, but I hadn’t been able to get the same results at home using a regular hair dryer and a round brush. I get tired of messing with it before it’s actually dry, and it still ends up a bit frizzy. My adult daughter, blessed with lots of thick hair, recommended this hair dryer because she said it was so easy to use and her hair felt great afterwards. I was skeptical, but since it was inexpensive, I thought it was worth a try. And I love, love, love it! It dries my hair a lot faster than a regular hair dryer, and it’s much easier than tying to use a hair dryer and hair brush together. And best of all, my hair looks happy, like I just left the salon. I would totally recommend this!

  7. The Bliz

    So, if we’re talking about hair skills I am always at the bottom of the ladder. I have lots of fine, color treated hair, and blow drying never happens. The density of my hair at the crown mixed with the porous nature of the bleached bits just makes it difficult and Doesn’t make it worth it without using a brush to make it styled. I am not skilled enough for that, and with three kids I never feel like I have the time either.This right here dries my hair faster since it’s doing it piece wise and it keeps the easier style longer. Even with heat and ponytails my hair stays straight but not poker strait like with a straightener. I am actually drying my hair because it’s worth it now, or at least feels that way.This has really helped me, doesn’t feel like it’s damaging my hair, and makes me feel like I’ve done something for myself in a short amount of time.I feel like the price is worth it, and it works nearly perfectly on my shoulder length hair.

  8. Chris

    I have a lot of hair. A LOT. Like, wow, who is that Wookiee over there LOTS. I have looked into having a third arm surgically implanted (Is this a thing? Who would do it? Vascular surgery? Orthopedic surgery?These are the questions that keep me up at night?) because my shoulders are so tired holding up a dryer and a round brush for eternity. I briefly considered making a workout video (“Toned Arms: the Hairdryer Workout”), but was informed by fitness people that there isn’t a market for a 75-minute focus on the anterior deltoids. I almost have to wake up BEFORE I GO TO SLEEP in order to have enough time to dry my hair before work.This thing took me 8 minutes. I naturally assumed, upon finishing, that I had entered some sort of Amazon-created beauty time warp. I checked with my husband, in the next room, and in fact I did not go through a blowout wormhole. The silkier-than-silk style was accomplished by this miracle of a brush in 8 minutes (several more minutes were lost to running my hands through my hair and flicking it over my shoulder while smiling coquettishly in the mirror).If you struggle with an over abundance of hair like I do, seriously consider giving this amazing contraption a try.

  9. Megan M. Sims

    I have a chin-length bob and fine, almost straight hair. I purchased the original Revlon one-step dryer/brush in July 2019 because I’m not coordinated enough to use both a round brush and a hair dryer at the same time. The original dryer/brush is HUGE, both the handle and the brush. It definitely takes two hands to hold, but the motor held up and it is still usable for drying although a lot of the bristles have snapped off and there is a buildup of hair products. I purchased the new version Revlon 2.0 this week. It is smaller although not dramatically. The handle is thinner. The 2.0 brush size is definitely more appropriate for my chin-length hair. The 2.0 also has cool-medium-high instead of just cool-high. I can’t feel the difference between medium and high; both are very hot. I’ve attached some pictures of the two side by side for size comparison.

  10. Amazon Customer

    This easy to use blow drying tool is my favorite. Before i use to blow dry my hair with my finger but it would leave my hair soooo frizzy. i had to straighten half my hair (from root to mid strand of hair) and then curl the other half of strand. It was sooo time consuming and so much heat was applied to my hair! If you are looking for something to make your hair stylish and in about 5-10 min. THIS IS YOUR SIGN TO GET THIS !!!!

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