My hair seems to be in a new thinning phase, and it’s sort of freaking me out. I’ve been through this before, but it never gets easier to see all that hair in my comb and brush. Thinning hair requires special attention and gentle care to prevent further damage and fallout. I still need to style it, and blasting the heck out of it with a hot hairdryer is not a wise idea. Today I’m sharing the Zuvi Infrared Hair Dryer I’m trying for my thinning hair.
When the Zuvi Hair Dryer people reached out, I have to admit I was skeptical because I love my current hair dryer. Then I did a deep dive and learned it’s an Allure Beauty 2022 Award winner, has won the Cosmopolitan 2022 Holy Grail Award, is an Elle 2020 Green Beauty Star, and is one of Times Best Inventions of 2022. Then I read how it helps with fragile and thinning hair and decided I needed to give it a try.
Besides thinning, my hair has lost its shine since I stopped coloring it. One of the things that makes the Zuvi Halo especially suitable for thinning hair is its ability to deliver gentle and controlled heat. It uses Infrared light instead of heat to dry your hair and negative ion technology, which is said to seal hair cuticles which helps increase shine. Okay, I need that. The negative ion technology also reduces drying time which is gentler on the scalp and hair. I need that too.
The infrared light technology dries the moisture on the surface of your hair without drying out the inside. That means more moisture inside your hair, leaving your scalp and hair cuticles hydrated. Ok, I need that too.
This Zuvi Hair Dryer has four settings…care, fast, soft, style, and cool.
It comes with three attachments that snap on magnetically. The diffuser is to prevent frizz, a gentle hair attachment to keep the air cooler and a styling concentrator for styling your hair. I don’t use the diffuser, but the other two are perfect for my hair.
I snap on the gentle hair attachment and set the dryer to fast until my hair feels about 75% dry. It seems to take a bit longer to dry, which makes sense to me because it’s not blasting and baking it with heat like a conventional dryer.
Then I snap on the styling concentrator and begin to use my round brush. I go in sections as I do with my regular hair dryer, giving a shot of cool to “set” each section with a bit of bend.
I’m spending a tiny bit more time on the drying and styling process, but so far, I’m delighted with how soft and shiny it’s leaving my hair. My daughter tried it with the diffuser on her thick, wavy hair and loved it! Here are detailed instructions on how to use the Zuvi Halo Hair Dryer.
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They offer free shipping and a free 30-day return window if you’re not thrilled with your results.
Have you tried this new technology? I’d love to hear your thoughts.