Aquis Flip Hair-Drying Tool Reduces Frizz and Cuts Down on Drying Time

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I’ve been a beauty editor for over a decade but until a few years ago I thought I had to blow-dry my wavy curly hair while it was wet. It’s lost forever but if I let it dry in the air for too long, it will swell and roll up and I will never blow well. Then I discovered Aquis. The brand makes wearable bath towels made of moisture-wicking materials that keep my hair frizz-free and cut drying time. Its latest version, Flip Hair Dryer, is out today and has several updates that help save hair. Allow founder Britta Cox to explain.

Throw a regular cotton towel over your hair after shampooing and the friction will increase frizz and breakage. That’s where Aquis comes in. “We’ve learned about the biology of hair that actually by removing water, you get less frizz,” says Cox. STYLECASTER. And there’s a very, very clear biological reason that that happens. And it’s just more sustainable. “

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Now, other Aquis towels remove moisture, so what makes this towel different? Well, a few things. “Using Aquis, hair dries 5 times faster and 5 times stronger than any other drying method,” says Cox. They are continuing to innovate in the “hair tech” space. That’s why they previously launched Copper Sure Lisse D’Air Turban ($26.25 at Sephora), an antibacterial version that repels bacteria to keep towels fresher for longer. The new Flip combines that technology with more sustainability and better overall dry times.

“It is designed for optimal contact with all hairs,” she says of the new design. “AQUITEX fabric works simply by contacting the hair without any friction. It draws water in and through the fabric at the point of contact as the superfine and woven fibers create channels that actually move water out of your hair. ” COPPERSURE antibacterial technology means that the fabric is naturally antibacterial with no added surfactants. What does that mean for you? Just hang the towel and you won’t have to wash it as often. That’s you, using less water!

In addition to its new design and antibacterial technology, Flip is also made from recycled water bottles so you create a little less waste.

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Aquis is for all hair types and textures but is especially great for chemically treated hair, like bleached or permed hair. “Bleaching chemicals break down the keratin structure in your hair, so you literally have holes in your hair,” says Cox. (Her company also makes K18 so she knows what she’s talking about.) “It makes your hair much more hydrophobic. Hair is weak and straightens faster than any other hair type. So it’s important to pull the water out as quickly as possible, but do it gently, because that actually reshuffles the hydrogen bonds in your hair. “

Cox is so interested in hair technology and hair health, she’s done clinical trials with Aquis. That’s when she learned that AQUIS “makes hair 5 times stronger than traditional drying, 2.5 times stronger than traditional towel drying, and 5 times stronger than dryer speed.” drying” for a period of 8 weeks. With all the things I do with my hair – bleach, hot tools, ponytails – I’m ready to try anything that can help keep my strands healthy. Especially if that also allows me to be a bit lazy.

Yes, lazy. The Aquis Flip grips my head so well, I can stay hands-free on TikTok for much longer without my hair getting frizzy. When I unfolded my hair, my strands were soft and partially dry, reducing drying time.

There are three shades to choose from – Pearl, Steel, and Amethyst – and you can get them right now at Sephora.

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