- I would describe my hair type as coily curly.
To get more specific,
I'm somewhere between a 4A and a 4B,
which I find challenging sometimes
because you know I have a lot of hair,
it's really thick, and sometimes you know
I want to straighten it,
but I don't want to create heat damage for my hair.
The first time I used RevAir
I was actually really shocked
by how fast my hair got straight
with such little heat.
I could not believe the fact
that RevAir uses half the heat of a regular blow-dryer.
But not only does it dry my hair faster,
but it gets way more straight
than if I had used a regular blow-dryer.
I just couldn't believe it.
Listen, I know you probably don't believe me,
but let me walk you through this real quick.
I first comb through my hair,
freshly washed and conditioned,
and then I get right into it.
My reverse air speed and heat levels are already set.
I determined these the first time I Revved
by testing what worked best.
For the speed, I tested my wave from lowest to highest,
checking every 10 seconds to make sure
no tangles were forming at the ends,
and found my hair both tolerates and needs a high level.
Seven provides the tension I need
and works perfectly for my hair.
For heat, I tested on both high and low
and found high works best for me.
Really both are incredibly low,
as the high setting's only 800 watts.
That's at least half the heat of a blow-dryer.
Next thing I do is start sectioning off my hair,
getting at least half of my head pre-sectioned
so I can move through it quickly.
I then feed the first section into the wand
by bringing the mouth right to my scalp.
Sections should be big enough to fill the wand
without stuffing it.
Too much or too little and your hair won't flow
as smoothly as you want.
A general guide is to take hair
from a three-by-three section of the scalp.
It's important to reach all parts of the scalp
so you can dry the roots.
You can slowly move the mouth across the scalp area,
or you can lightly dab it to reach the full area.
You don't need to move the wand
down the length of your hair, as the heat is consistent
all the way down the strand.
While drying a section, I either use my free hand
to get the next one ready or I just put the wand down
to use both hands.
Time needed per section varies for everyone,
but it's generally anywhere between
30 seconds to 90 seconds.
But after testing by pulling the wand back slightly
to check the dryness with my fingers,
I found 60 seconds was about right for me.
Sections come out fully dry
and effortlessly straight.
When I get to the crown, I Rev it straight up
and I get some extra volume.
I am super, super happy with the results.
Normally it takes me almost three hours
to straighten my hair.
With RevAir, it took less than an hour
which is insane.
I feel really confident using RevAir.
I'm just so happy that I can use a product independently
without having to go to a professional.
It's cheaper, it's really, really helpful,
and I feel glamorous, I feel like I want to go out,
like I feel like I want to go on a date
or hang out with friends,
cuz I love the finished product
and I'm just really happy with the results.
I absolutely love my hair in its natural state.
There's nothing like looking in the mirror,
seeing your natural hair the way you were born with it,
and loving how it looks.
But it's also nice to have options.
You want to be able to switch it up a little bit,
the same way you would switch up your nail color
or your makeup, it's nice to have a different look
and RevAir gives me the opportunity to do that
in an easy way that's not gonna compromise my curls.
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