Can you believe that the holidays are just around the corner? Last year, the gift on everyone’s wishlist was the Dyson Airwrap. Part hairdryer, part curling iron, part magic, this pricey present was the beauty gift of the 2021. For 2022, they upped the ante. In June, Dyson released the all-new Airwrap 2.0, which included new add-ons and attachments for even easier styling. This year, don’t miss the chance to get your hands on this iconic styler. Around here, we don’t believe in paying full price. If you want to snag a Dyson hair tool while saving a few bucks, here’s everything you need to know about potential deals this fall.
Is the Dyson Airwrap going on sale?
Last year, Dyson had a Dyson Owner Rewards Savings Event. The Airwrap Styler and Coralle Straightener were both over $100 off, and the Supersonic Hairdryer was over $80 off. Additionally, retailers like Nordstrom, Sephora, and Ulta occasionally have sales on Dyson tools as well. At the moment, there is no official announcement from Dyson regarding if the Airwrap is going on sale. However, since the event was such a success last year, finger’s crossed they bring it back–with even more deals.
Is the Dyson Airwrap worth it?
The Dyson Airwrap is definitely a pricey tool, so is it worth it? If you are addicted to curling your hair or to salon-level blowouts, the Airwrap is a great tool to have in your arsenal. Not only is it created with top-tier technology, but it also doesn’t use as much heat as some other tools, which makes it great for anyone looking to avoid damaging their hair. Here, you can read a full review of the Dyson Airwrap. But if you want to test the waters at a lower price point, here are some hair dryer brushes you should check out in the meantime.
Right now, a special edition of the Dyson Airwrap is available for the same price as the original on Dyson.com, Ulta.com, and Nordstrom.com. The Airwrap usually doesn’t stay in stock for long, so grab yours now before they sell out.
Tatjana Freund is a Beauty Commerce Writer, covering makeup, skincare, and haircare products and trends. She’s a fan of vodka tonics and creepy Wikipedia pages.