Dyson has announced another addition to its haircare range, with the launch of new hair straightener called the Corrale.
Launching the new tool on Tuesday, Dyson said the Corrale would mean up to 50 per cent less breakage, less frizz and fewer flyaways, offering hair greater protection than regular straighteners.
The Corrale uses flexing plates made from a manganese copper alloy, that shape to gather around the hair, a function designed to stop hair from falling from between the plates as you style. The design is also said to apply even heat and tension to all the hair strands in every pass, keeping them perfectly aligned, reducing the reliance on heat.
“The Dyson Corrale straightener elevates styling results, while dramatically reducing the heat damage on hair. It builds on our learnings about the science behind hair health which we’ve been accumulating since we first started developing the Dyson Supersonic hairdryer,” said James Dyson, founder and chief engineer.
The straighteners can be used plugged in or cordless, with heat settings of 165°C, 185°C, and 210°C. It also has a built-in sensor system that regulates the temperature 100 times per second to ensure they don’t overheat or cause damage to hair.
The product is set to launch in the UAE in May, although an exact date is yet to be announced. It is currently on sale in the US, retailing at $499.99 (Dh1,836). Those who have tried to the product so far have given it extremely positive reviews, averaging 4.8 out of 5 on the Dyson website. One user called the Corrale a “game changer” while another said, “The quality is as always top class with Dyson. Your hair is in good hands.”