Is it a blow dryer? Is it a curling iron? It's both, and it will give you volume for days.

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Revlon Hot Air Brush Kit
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You know we love a double-duty tool. We thought we found the end-all when we came across the Revlon One-Step Hair Dryer and Volumizer, but it seems the brand had another wonder tool that we had yet to stumble upon. Meet the Revlon Hot Air Brush Kit, your new right-hand gal.

The siren red tool clocks in at a reasonable $22, and comes with three different attachments. The first is an air-concentrator nozzle that's designed to help smooth your strands from root to tip, as would a typical blow dryer. Use the nozzle paired with a round brush to lift your hair at the root and provide plenty of volume—which we all know is the secret to enviable Southern hair.

Now, on to the important stuff: the barrel attachments. The kit includes two round-brush-like aluminum barrels that use ion technology to quickly style while banishing frizz. The secret to their power? Tiny holes that allow hot air to pass straight through to your strands as you curl your way to a salon-worthy blowout. Two different sizes are included, a 1 inch and a 1-1/2 inch, so you can customize your look based on your hair texture, length, and thickness. Use the smaller for shorter hair or tighter curls. The larger barrel is ideal for creating added volume and loose waves.

As with any heat tool, be sure to prep your hair with a thermal protector. We also like to add a dollop of smoothing serum and a hit of volumizing mousse to the mix—try this styling cocktail and you'll never want to order anything else.

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To finish up the styling process, return the air concentrator to the tool and give your strands a quick shot of cool air to lock in your style. Finish with your favorite sprays (or sprays!) for texturizing, smoothing, and holding.