The Dyson Corrale, the Best Luxury Hair Straightener, Is On Sale for Prime Day

Dyson makes some one of the best hair tools on the market. But they are expensive and very rarely sold. But thanks to Prime Day, the Dyson Corrale is currently $100 off, bringing the cost down to $400. We know that’s still a lot for a straightener, but it’s one of the lowest prices we’ve seen. It’s also our most popular luxury hair straightener – with its flexible plates, cordless design, low heat settings and more.

Not interested in Dyson’s straighteners? We also found great deals on some other hair tools that we love.

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Why we love the Dyson Corrale

Dyson Corrale

Photo: Dyson

I’ve been using the Dyson Corrale (8/10, WIRED recommends) on my hair for three years now and I refuse to use any other straightener ever again. My hair looked And I felt healthier after using it just a few times.

Unlike traditional hair straighteners, the Corrale has flexible plates that curve around your hair for even heat distribution. It also means the same strands of hair need to be brushed through less, which helps reduce head damage. There are also only three temperature settings — 330 degrees, 365 degrees, and 410 degrees — which keeps me from cranking it up to the whopping 450 degrees I usually set my straighteners to. It also serves as a curling iron. It doesn’t give me corkscrew curls but loose beachy waves that look effortless.

My only criticism – apart from the high price – is the short battery life. A full charge will probably give you around 30 minutes. It’s enough time to straighten my hair, but I have to keep plugging it in to charge it before using it as a curler.

More great deals on hair tools

Shark HyperAir hair dryer

Photo: shark

The HyperAir features the most unique attachments we’ve ever seen on a hair dryer. The brush attachment converts it into a blow-dry brush (which you can rotate with the push of a button), the air concentrator with nozzle shrinks and expands depending on the style and the diffuser with prongs lengthens and shortens hair lengths depending on the style. This offer is for the elegant package which comes with an air concentrator and a styling brush.

Due to its lightweight plastic design, this hair dryer is extremely effortless to use. It also has multiple speed and heat settings. Unfortunately, no diffuser is included in the scope of delivery. As such, we don’t recommend it to anyone who wants to spread out their curls while blow-drying.

We love GHD’s Curve Classic curling iron for long-lasting curls. The 1 inch ceramic cylinder is small enough for short hair and big enough for longer, thicker hair. It also features a clamp and an easy-to-use handle that helps keep hair in place while spinning the cylinder. The tip is also tapered so you know how close you are to the hot metal while curling your hair.

RevAir reverse air dryer

Photo: RevAir

The RevAir (9/10, WIRED recommends) is one of our favorite hair tools right now. We’ve found it works great on curly hair that feels impossible or irritating to style and dry and straighten quickly. It also uses less heat than flat irons.

In our guide to the best hair straighteners, this one received an honorable mention, largely because it’s so expensive. It’s more affordable than the Dyson if you’re looking for a cordless iron, though. WIRED reviewer Medea Giordano thought it was similar to the Corrale too – it’s the same bulk and weight, and it smooths her hair down nicely. It’s also rarely on sale and this is the lowest price we’ve found so far.

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Zack Zwiezen

Zack Zwiezen is a USTimesPost U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. Zack Zwiezen joined USTimesPost in 2023 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing

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