“If your hair is done properly and you’re wearing good shoes, you can get away with anything,” style legend Iris Apfel once said. With the shoe situation sussed, it’s the hair we sometimes need a little bit of help with. In comes Dyson with its globally renowned Supersonic hair dryer.
Praised by beauty aficionados and celebrity hairstylists alike, the underlying technology (which took over five years to create) is a game changer in the world of hair. The notably quiet Dyson Supersonic Dryer is fitted with a diffuser that evenly dispenses air while drying, helping to reduce frizz and/or keep your curls defined. With a self-regulating microprocessor that keeps the temperature in check twenty times per second—yes, really—there’s no heat damage. Rather, expect a serious boost to your hair’s natural shine. The high velocity airflow and versatile settings also mean you can control the results you get and expect fast drying, even if you have thick hair.
Whether you have poker straight hair or layers upon layers of curls, the Dyson Supersonic hair dryer doesn’t discriminate. Showing off its expertise, Creative Director at Pastels and Creative Stylist for Dyson Supersonic Natalie Kasses teams up with Vogue Arabia to demonstrate the results that can be achieved from your dressing room at home.
Shot by Vivienne Balla with makeup by Manuel Losada, this series of portraits showcases hairstyles that can take you from day to night. A nod to the late ‘50s, mod straight hair is the simplest to upkeep with a spritz of product to combat humidity. Soft Hollywood waves add a touch of elegance to any ensemble, whilst tight curls are perfect for anyone looking to experiment with volume and texture.
Photographer: Vivienne Balla
Supersonic Creative Stylist (Hair) and Creative Director at Pastels: Natalie Kasses
Makeup Artist: Manuel Losada
Model: Karolina Konarska, Art Factory Management
Styling: Laura Chahine