It’s been a month since the new Dyson supersonic hairdryer came in the mail so I figured that I could do a review on it! I am a product junky and you can ask any one of my friends and they will agree with that statement. When I read about Dyson coming out with a hairdryer I knew it had to be mine, even if the price tag at $525 CAD seemed a bit excessive. At least with that price tag it comes with a non-slip mat, storage hanger and three magnetic attachments: smoothing nozzle, styling concentrator and a diffuser. The hardest choice was to get the white or the grey hairdryer. In the end I picked white even though it could possibly be stained in the future. So far it hasn’t changed color and is still pristine in condition. The only con to buying this hairdryer is that it is very expensive so I’d suggest waiting until your current hair dryer conks out before shelling out for this hairdryer. The pros are that it is super light and small in size. Another pro is that it is much quieter than a traditional hairdryer and the heat is regulated so that it never seems to burn the scalp. The best part of it to me is that it is much harder to get hair stuck in the fan as it is at the very bottom of the handle instead of the back of the head of a traditional hair dryer. The promise of shorter blowdry times does seam true to me as well. Personally I blowdry my hair more often than I vacuum my carpets so I’d rather have a Dyson hairdryer than a Dyson vacuum cleaner! The other product featured in the photo is the newer Blowdry Primer by Davines that has also made my blowdry life easier. It has anti-humidity properties and also is supposed to speed up your blowdry. With both of these new products/tools in my life I have enjoyed blow-drying my hair more than ever!