Dyson just announced some really exciting news about their Supersonic hair dryer 2 weeks ago

Dyson just announced some really exciting news about their Supersonic hair dryer

Glorious!

Unless you have been living under a rock for the last while, you will have heard of the Dyson Supersonic.

2016 saw the company make their entrance into the beauty world, with the launch of this game changing hair dryer.

Since then, Dyson has released a few different versions of the Supersonic, along with the Airwrap (curler of dreams!)

And now, they have some really exciting news.

Introducing: the second generation of the Dyson Supersonic.

Today, the brand has relaunched their iconic hair dryer, with new and updated styling tools.

So, what are we looking forward to?

Firstly, we have the The Gentle Air Dryer, which provides a softer, more diffused airflow whilst still allowing fast drying.

It was engineered for fast yet gentle styling of fine hair and sensitive scalps, whilst also helping prevent colour fade.

Sounds too good to be true? Well, it's not!

Next up - the new Wide Tooth Comb.

This baby was specifically engineered for curly and coily hair, and helps to shape, lengthen and create volume.

Typically, conventional combs can lack styling ability, cause pain and actually damage hair.

They also lack in robustness, with the average comb breaking every three months - this comb will be changing the game.

Excitingly, Dyson has also reengineered their diffuser, for even diffusion to help define curls and reduce frizz.

However, this diffuser is also amazing for people with wavy and even straight hair, it adds texture and volume.

The brand has also reengineered their styling concentrator to be faster, with a more precise airflow for controlled styling, one section at a time.

This contraption will leave you with the shiniest, sleekest hair of your life.

These babies are all available to purchase for €35 each online from dyson.ie and in Dyson retail areas (St Stephen's Green Shopping Centre and Liffey Valley!)

Are Dyson changing the game for personal care? I would say yes. Big time.