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The InStyler love is real - and getting a cosign from our favorite editors and press outlets is our ultimate love language. Keep reading below to see some of our favorite product recognitions!
Allure: 13 Best Hot Brushes We've Tried
"Unlike some other blowout brushes, the Instyler Freestyle 1'' Ionic Ceramic Styler has thicker bristles to work through any knots. The white tool has four temperature settings, plus the one-inch barrel makes it great for hair that might be too short for larger brushes."
The Cut: The 18 Best Hair Dryers of 2020
The Best Hair Dryer If Your Arms Get Tired Easily
"Weighing in at 13.5 ounces, this option from InStyler felt the lightest of the bunch. It works quickly, but it’s light enough that if you do want to spend a lot of time perfecting your blowout, your arm isn’t going to get tired. The packaging is super-sleek, with high-gloss white facets and a glowing blue light. Other features include a cool-shot button, two heat settings, and an ionic switch. Perhaps the best one, though, is the airflow dial, which allows you to control the amount you’re using by scrolling up or down with your finger."
Good Housekeeping: 6 Best Hair Travel Dryers of 2020
Best Lightweight Travel Dryer
"Popular with testers for its sleek and stylish design and light-up filter, this was also the quietest dryer on test. The panel was impressed by how powerful the airflow was relative to its size, which InStyler puts down to the same turbine technology used in its full-size dryer. It was quick to manoeuvre around the root areas due to its slimline body and the majority of testers agreed hair was left looking healthy and smooth after styling."
CERASILK STYLING IRON
Cosmopolitan: 19 Best Hair Straighteners
Best for Damaged Hair
"You obviously sleep with a silk pillowcase to protect your hair (if you don’t, do it now, k?), so why not heat style with it too? The silk-and-ceramic ridges on this iron mean that less of your hair comes in contact with the direct heat, which equals less damage and breakage for you."
MAX PRIME Rotating Iron
"It may be a bit pricier, but this ceramic straightener brush is worth the splurge for a few reasons. First, because if its handy two-way design, you can use this tool as both a hair straightening brush and a curling iron. Additionally, multiple heat settings make it easy to pick the right temperature for your hair type. It also heats up quickly, has an auto-off feature for safety, and is made with tourmaline and ceramic floating plates for less damage. Simply clamp your hair between the brush and the barrel to use this as a straightening brush, or wrap your hair around the barrel on the other side to use it as a curler. This may not be the traditional straightening brush you've imagined, but hundreds of reviewers love how versatile it is and how well it straightens hair."
Harper's Bazaar: 12 Straightening Hair Brushes That Actually Work
"This brush heats up in only 30 seconds—so you can quickly pass it through your hair and get on with your day."