Aireluxe T3 Hair Dryer Review with Pictures


  • T3 recently launched a brand new hair dryer, the Aireluxe.
  • The hair tool promises to give users a voluminous, frizz-free blowout.
  • Our editor tested the hair dryer, so keep reading for her results.

I recently spent a few nights in a hotel, and forgot to bring my hair dryer with me because I can usually find one stored in the bathroom. I was the type of person who believed that a hair dryer was a hair dryer and that a $12 product could do the same thing as a $300 product, but damn it, I was wrong. Honestly, something about this hotel hair tool stuck with me for life. Not only did it take a good 30 minutes to completely dry my hair, but it also left my hair looking like a frizzy mess, with tons of tangles and zero shine. Normally I can leave the house after just drying my hair, but I ended up needing the help of a straightener and curling iron before I deemed my hair worth seeing in audience.

My story may sound dramatic (OK, it kinda is), but over the past few years, I’ve been committed to taking good care of my hair. This means I stopped over-washing, started oiling my hair and using products with healthy ingredients, and investing in hair tools that would keep my hair looking its best. Enter: the T3 Aireluxe Hairdryer ($200).

The T3 Aireluxe hair dryer is a stylish hair dryer that comes with all the bells and whistles. It has five different heat settings, three different speed settings, a volume up switch, a locked cool shot (more on that later) and an extra long nine cord. feet. It’s essentially the Cadillac of hair dryers. It also comes with two different attachments, allowing you to customize the amount of airflow and minimize heat exposure.

I have fine, frizzy hair, so when I read that this hair dryer was great at minimizing frizz while keeping my hair shiny and soft to the touch, I knew I wanted to give it a try. As for what I like in a hair dryer, I look for tools that are lightweight, quick to dry my hair, and easy to use. The first thing I noticed when I took it out of the box was how light it was, which was a huge plus – there’s nothing more annoying than a heavy, bulky hair tool. After turning it on, I noticed how fast it was, even on the lowest setting.

While I never really had a problem with the length of the cords on my hair tools, the fact that the Aireluxe came with an extra-long cord was surprisingly one of my favorite features. I was able to move freely and easily, and I wasn’t constantly pulling on the cord trying to gain more length. Another feature that I was surprised to like so much was the locked cool shot. I love using the cool-shot option on my hair after blow-drying to help define the style, but I find it extremely annoying having to hold the button down all the time. On the Aireluxe, all I had to do was press the button once, and it blew cool air until I pressed the button again. Talk about a feature I didn’t know how much I needed!

After using the Aireluxe just once, I knew I had found a winner. It dried my hair quickly (it really cut my usual drying time in half) and it absolutely minimized the amount of frizz I’m used to seeing after drying my hair. Plus, it left my hair feeling softer and shinier than it ever felt after using a hot tool. I’ve used it several times since my first try, and it quickly became my favorite and by far the best hair dryer I’ve tried in years. I love using it with a round brush like the T3 Volume 2.5 Round Brush ($35) to give me the perfect bouncy blowout. It’s also the perfect tool to use when I want to use Velcro rollers and give myself a 90s blowout. Another plus? If you have curly or textured hair, T3 has a diffuser attachment and a straightening comb attachment, which I have personally tested and love too.

At $200, this hair dryer is certainly pricey, but in my opinion, it’s worth every penny. Keeping my hair healthy and as intact as possible is a big priority for me, so I’m willing to invest my money in products that help with that, and Aireluxe is one of them.


Image source: POPSUGAR Photography / Renee Rodriguez


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