You Can Get the Fan-Favorite Revlon One-Step Hair Dryer Brush for as Low as $28 Right Now

Lo and behold, a hair styling tool that can almost do it all.
Lo and behold, a hair styling tool that can almost do it all. / Revlon/Amazon/nazarkru/iStock/Getty Images
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One of the best ways to give yourself an at-home blowout is to use a blow-dryer and a round brush. Revlon's One-Step Hair Dryer and Volumizer brush combines these two tools in one, so you can get silky, voluminous-looking hair faster. Even better, right now you can get it on sale on Amazon for more than half off the usual price.

Originally $60, you can get this 4.7-star-rated styling tool for as low as $28 in red, which is 54 percent off the usual price. You can also get it in teal for $30, pink for $33, or black and pink for $35, saving you anywhere from $25 to $30, depending on which color you choose.

Woman using Revlon One-Step hair dryer and volumizer brush.
At-home blowouts, made easy. / Revlon/Helen of Troy/Amazon

This wildly popular dryer brush has more than 280,000 reviews on Amazon and uses ionic technology to help smooth out hair and make it shine, while also eliminating static and frizz. According to the brand, the Revlon One-Step works best on damp hair, so you might want to towel-dry before putting it to use. It features three heat levels and the oval head is vented, allowing hot air to flow through. Some reviewers recommend running the brush over small sections of hair and holding the brush closer to your roots for a few seconds to start, ensuring they're fully dry before working your way down. The bristles on the oval head are thick, too, which is great for detangling coarse strands.

Many reviewers noted how soft hair feels after using this hair dryer brush. One customer commented, “The silkier-than-silk style was accomplished by this miracle of a brush in [eight] minutes (several more minutes were lost to running my hands through my hair and flicking it over my shoulder while smiling coquettishly in the mirror).” One busy mom was worried about how this tool would work on her frizzy curls. However, she was pleasantly surprised by the results, especially as it cut her drying time down from 40 to 20 minutes. “[My hair's] texture is smooth and frizz-free, and it's not [overly] dry as it can be with some heat tools,” the reviewer noted.

If you’ve already tried the original One-Step and you're looking for an upgrade, you might want to check out the newly released Revlon One-Step Volumizer Plus 2.0 ($69). While not on sale, it offers a slimmer handle and additional heat settings that aren’t on the original version. Additionally, it has a 2.4-inch oval brush head that’s detachable and uses activated charcoal pins to help with second-day hair. It even has a motor that lasts 40 percent longer than the previous model, according to the brand.

If you've been hankering for a blowout but don't want to drop big money at a hair salon, the Revlon One-Step could be a great alternative. At this incredible sale price, there's never been a better time to give it a try.