FYI the Dyson Airwrap is back in stock if you need something to spend that tax refund on

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If you have at least seven Dyson Aiwrap tutorial videos in your “saved” folder on TikTok or Instagram but still no Dyson Airwrap, take this as a sign from the hair gods: The elusive Dyson Aiwrap is finally back in stock.

The Dyson Airwrap can curl, wave, smooth, blow-dry and generally transform your hair without extreme heat. Reminder, extreme heat equals extreme hair damage. Dyson has reinvented the blowout by relying on high-speed airflow instead.

Basically, you’re about to have the fluffiest blowout of your life. So fluffy, in fact, that fluffy-haired queen Cher Horowitz herself will be salty.

Dyson Airwrap Multi-Styler Complete Long, $599.99

Credit: Dyson

Ready for a super quick breakdown? The Dyson Airwrap comes in a gorgeous storage case with six styling attachments: a smoothing dryer, soft smoothing brush, round volumizing brush, firm smoothing brush and, of course, two different-sized Airwrap barrels.

Yes, this wildly viral hair tool is also wildly expensive due to the high-tech Dyson technology. Still, most shoppers agree it’s worth it since they’ve saved thousands on hair appointments — including one obsessed In The Know editor.

Here’s a shopping secret as a little treat: You can also pick up the Dyson Airwrap at your favorite retailers like Sephora and Ulta.

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