Revlon One Step Hair Dryer Review: Worth the Hype?

This post is all about the Revlon One Step Hair Dryer. This post contains affiliate links. 

If it's one thing that I love is a good blow out.  Walking out of salon with straight, bouncy hair is on the top of my favorites things in life. 

But getting that same salon-quality blow out at home was so much work and killed my arms.  

Holding a heavy blow dryer above my head in one hand while rotating a round brush in the other was dreadful. 

Until I came across the Revlon One Step Hair Dryer on social media. A blow dryer and round brush in one?  Where do I sign?


The Revlon hair dryer brush is designed with nylon pin and tufted bristles.  This helps with detangling and improved volume.  

The oval brush design is great for smoothing the hair shaft while the round edges help create volume. 

There are 3 settings on the brush- cool, low, and high.  It does have 1100-Watt power to straighten even the coarsest of hair. 


If you are looking to simplify your blowouts at home, then you've come to the right place.  Blow drying my hair was super labor intensive.  

Holding a bulky hair dryer in one hand while twisting a round brush in the other can get tiring real fast. 

Enter the Revlon One Step Hair Dryer and Styler Brush.  This thing truly is a game changer, but there's a few things you should know. 

This post is all about the Revlon One-Step Dryer Brush

For one, this thing can get real hot, real fast.  Because of this, I let my hair air dry for about an hour or until it's about 90% dry.  

If you wanted to use a traditional hair dryer to speed things up you could. 

I also recommend using a heat protectant prior to applying any heat to your hair.  Hot tools will damage your hair so invest in a good. My absolute favorite is this one and I really like this one for smooth, silky hair. 

After your hair is mostly dried, I separate and section off my hair.  I seperate my hair in half horizontally and pin up the top portion. I start from the nape and work my way up to my crown. 

HERE'S HOW TO USE THE revlon one step hair dryer and volumizer

Next, I turn on the dryer brush to high. I've noticed that the high setting tends to make the hot tool get hotter quicker, but I work fast.  

I grab a small section of hair and place the brush under the section of hair at my roots and gently brush downward. I use my free hand to gently press my hair into the brush.  

Two to three strokes is usually all that is needed. Work your way around your head until you've brush and straighten the whole bottom half of your hair. 

Then, grab another section from the portion you pinned on top of your head and start brushing that part. 

Finally, unpin the portion left on top of your head. Finish off by brushing that portion and styling how you prefer your hair around your face. 

Once you've styled all of your hair, you can proceed with a hair oil to bring some moisture back to your hair.  I really like this one and will put a tiny amount on my ends. 


To start, any hot tool or heat applied to your hair is damaging.  Lucky for us there are heat protectants to help safeguard our hair.  

You will also want to minimize the amount of time you apply hot tools to your hair. 

The Revlon blow dryer brush can cause damage if you are leaving your hair close to the barrel for too long.  

This is why I recommend you letting your hair air dry before using the Revlon hair dryer brush. This keeps the heat and breakage to a minimum. 


100% recommend this brush, especially if you have long, thick hair.  It's made my hair styling so much easier.  

And the great news is that with so many competitors in the hair dryer/brush market, the price for  the Revlon brush has gone down!


This post was all about the Revlon One Step Hair Dryer and how to use it for silky, smooth hair and the ultimate blowout. 

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