“Wow. What the Corrale lacks in speed, it absolutely makes up for in precision and execution. Just one steady glide was all it needed to straighten my hair, which is unheard of for me. The plates do make a scratching noise as you straighten, but I later learned this is due to the flexing technology that shapes to gather the hair. Instantly, I noticed my hair didn’t have its usual fly-aways or frizz; it was glossy, sleek, shiny and soft to the touch. Even my husband, who once didn’t clock when I had my nipple-grazing tresses cut above my shoulder, commented on how ‘nice’ it was looking. That’s something, right?
“Knowing how impressed I was, my mum spoilt me by buying me a set for Christmas. I’ve used them every second day since, and I feel like my hair looks healthier for it. I’ve never been one to curl my hair that often, but the Dyson website reassures me the Corrale delivers on that front, too. With all of this coupled with the added extra that they’re cordless, I have to say I’m a Dyson Corrale convert. Yes, they are expensive, and if my mum hadn’t have been so generous I likely wouldn’t have spent £400 on them myself, but if less-frazzled, healthier hair is what you seek, will legitimately get the use of them, and have the budget, I’d consider this straightener. My GHDs? They’re still within arms reach for the days when speed is necessary,” says Maxine.