Characteristics including volume, texture, thickness, length and hair health play a role in how hair will react to reverse-air and heat settings.
Reverse-air: Higher settings will provide more tension, but not all hair types –even curly and coily - need a lot of tension for great results. And if hair doesn’t need a high setting, it may not tolerate a high setting. To find your most effective speed, we recommend testing a wet section of hair on a low setting for 10 seconds. Check to make sure the no tangles are beginning to form at the ends before moving up to next level for another 10 seconds. Repeat the process until you find the level that gives your hair the best results.
Heat: RevAir uses much less heat than blow dryers to get the job done. High heat is only 800 watts (II) and Low heat is 400 (I). We recommend you experiment with both settings to find what’s best for you. And, if you like to finish on cold when blow drying, you can achieve the “cold or cool shot” by completely turning off the heat (O) to help seal down the cuticle.