Dyson has released a hair styling tool that uses the efficient speed of itsvacuum motors to change your look.
The company, better known for its vacuums, has made its second move intothe beauty industry, following the success of Supersonic hair dryer.
The Dyson Airwrap costs ￡400 and is on sale now. It uses the motor thatpowers its vacuums to create jets of air that can then be used to style hairinto curls, waves and smooth blow dries without the need for extreme heat.
The company said the tool's motor created high air pressure at the top ofthe styling barrel to force jets of air from six slots around the barrel.
This generated a physical phenomenon known as the "Coanda effect" - when ajet of air remains attached to a curved surface - to encourage the hair to curlaround the barrel to style without the need for high temperatures.
Dyson said a team of engineers and scientists spent more than six yearstesting and researching different hair types and styling habits around the worldto solve common problems experienced by users of styling tools such as heatdamage and hair becoming tangled.
The styler measures its temperature up to 40 times a second to ensure hairdoes not become exposed to extreme heat and is designed to dry hair to the idealmoisture level before curling.
It comes in three variations for different hair types, with an online tooldirecting consumers towards the right one.