I don’t know about you, but I love a good Cyber Monday beauty sale—especially when that Cyber Monday sale contains expensive items that I would otherwise not be able to afford, like a great new blow dryer. I’ve been using the same hair dryer for nearly a decade and it’s definitely seen better days, so I took the time to round up a few of the best blow dryers on sale for Cyber Monday 2022.
On this list, you’ll find both classic hair dryers and a selection of the best blow dryer brushes (including that best-selling classic from Revlon). Here’s to having bouncier, healthier-looking hair in time for all of those holiday parties you’re going to get invited to.
- Dyson Cyber Monday hair dryer deals (opens in new tab)
- Target Cyber Monday hair dryer deals (opens in new tab)
- JCPenney Cyber Monday hair dryer deals (opens in new tab)
- Walmart Cyber Monday hair dryer deals (opens in new tab)
- Amazon Cyber Monday hair dryer deals (opens in new tab)
- Ulta Cyber Monday hair dryer deals (opens in new tab)
Cyber Monday Blow Dryer Brush Deals
L'ange Hair Le Volume 2-in-1 Titanium Brush Dryer Blush
$119 $89 | Amazon (opens in new tab)
Dubbed the "best hair tool ever" by shoppers, this 2-in-1 brush dryer is ideal for anyone who struggles to tame frizzy hair or just wants salon-fresh locks every single time. The unique oval-shaped barrel features 360° airflow and titanium plates to help smooth, shape, and volumize while quickly drying hair so that you can head off to those Christmas parties without delays.
amika Smooth Talker Double Agent Straightening Blow Dry Brush Hair Set,
$150 (opens in new tab) $113 at Sephora (opens in new tab)
This set from amika includes everything you need to get a salon-inspired blowout at home. It includes minis of The Kure Bond Repair Shampoo and Conditioner, (opens in new tab) a mini of The Wizard Silicone-Free Detangling Primer (opens in new tab), a mini of the Perk Up Dry Shampoo, (opens in new tab) a Flash Instant Shine Mask, (opens in new tab) and the Double Agent 2-in-1 Blow Dryer + Straightening Brush. (opens in new tab)
Conair 1875 Watt 3-in-1 Styling Hair Dryer with Ionic Technology and 3 Attachments SD6RN,
$35 $18 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
This under-$20 device from Conair sits in the middle ground between your usual blow dryer brush and a normal hair dryer. It has two heat and speed settings and comes with three attachments for seamless styling.
Infiniti Pro by Conair Knot Dr. Paddle Brush,
$42 $34 at Target (opens in new tab)
We all love a boost of volume courtesy of a round blow dryer brush, but this brush from Infiniti Pro by Conair is designed to give you an all-over smooth finish. With a 6-foot-long cord, it effortlessly brushes through knots and tangles using 136 bristles.
T3 AireBrush Duo Interchangeable Hot Air Blow Dry Brush,
$190 $143 at Sephora (opens in new tab)
Yes, this blow dryer brush from T3 is pricey. But, it comes with an interchangeable paddle brush-style head for versatility and is equipped with T3's own IonFlow Technology. It has over 100 five-star reviews on Sephora's site. Some say that it holds a curl better than other options, while others say that the paddle brush attachment makes it easy to achieve a shiny sleek look.
Hot Tools 24K Gold One-Step Hair Dryer and Volumizer,
$70 $43 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
If you have super thick hair that's just a pain to style, grab the Hot Tools 24K Gold One-Step Hair Dryer and Volumizer stat. The three heat settings and unique vents allow it to quick-dry even the coarsest, thickest hair, while the easy-touch controls make it a breeze to use.
BaBylissPRO Nano Titanium Hot Air Brush,
$90 $45 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
The Nano Titanium Hot Hair Brush is super lightweight, making it great for travel, but it's also a powerful device in its own right. The rotating air barrel moves back and forth for easy styling, while the anti-static bristles give the ultimate shine. You'll love the control you'll get with the three temperature settings, too.
Drybar The Single Shot Round Blow-Dryer Brush |
$155 $108 at Drybar (opens in new tab)
This cool single shot dryer brush by Drybar has unique tech that helps keep hair stylish and frizz-free: Basically, ionic technology seals the cuticle in to prevent frizz, while the large vents add more airflow for faster drying. The wide handle makes it easier to maneuver, too.
Sam Villa 3-in-1 Blow Dry Hot Brush|
$130 $97 at Shopbop (opens in new tab)
While some of the blow dryer brushes on this list are made to add volume, this Sam Villa Hot Brush is meant to give you a smooth finish. It can be used as a hot brush for styling or a low-heat blow dryer on damp hair.
Cyber Monday Hair Dryer Deals
Harry Josh Pro Tools Ultra Light Pro Dryer |
$349 $262 at Shopbop (opens in new tab)
This bright green hair dryer from Harry Josh Pro Tools weighs less than one pound. It's equipped with 12 heat, speed, and ion settings, and has a 9' chord.
ghd Flight Travel Hair Dryer |
$99 $74 at ghd (opens in new tab)
Everyone loves a good travel-sized product, and this foldable hair dryer from ghd is a great addition to your haircare routine. It was priced at under $100 before the Cyber Monday sale but it's even more discounted now thanks to ghd's 25% off sale today.
T3 Fit Hair Dryer,
$150 $113 at Sephora (opens in new tab)
This tiny little hair dryer comes in two colors, has a lightweight design (making it great for travel) and is designed to fit better in your hand compared to other dryers on the market. Considering that it has over 160 five-star reviews on Sephora's site saying it's worth the money, I couldn't recommend it more. "Absolutely love my t3 hair dryer, I wanted something super lightweight so my arm wouldn’t get tired during blowouts and this is the perfect dryer," wrote one reviewer who also noted that the engine is "so powerful."
Sultra ID Style Store Power Dryer with Retractable Cord
$89 $35 at Walmart (opens in new tab)
Yes, you read that correctly: This hair dryer from Sultra is made with a retractable cord. This means that's so easy to store or pack away on vacation. It has two speeds, three heat settings, and a hanging loop for even easier storage. You'll also find a concentrator attachment on the front for an extra boost of power and ease of styling. Now you can direct the heat where you want it, be it on a round brush for a bouncy blowout or at your roots for extra volume.
InfinitiPRO by Conair® Full Body & Shine Pro Hair Dryer in Black,
$43 $30 at Bed, Bath & Beyond (opens in new tab)
This traditional dryer from InfinitiPRO by Conair comes with a separate concentrator and diffuser attachments for just over $30 in Bed Bath & Beyond's sale. It comes outfitted with a removable filter so you can easily remove lint and buildup for a longer lifespan, as well as as a dedicated cool shot button to maintain your desired style for longer (plus three additional heat settings). "This hairdryer looks expensive by design, but it is reasonably priced," wrote one five-star reviewer.
T3 Aireluxe Hair Dryer,
$200 $150 at Saks Fifth Avenue (opens in new tab)
Although not as compact as the T3 Fit, the Airluxe packs a huge punch in not a huge size. The fan has specifically been redesigned in order to blow maximum air, but temp controls make sure your hair doesn't get damaged. A smart microchip digitally controls 15 heat and speed combinations to deliver personalized styling for every hair type, while a cool shot makes sure the styles stay in place. If you need a smart dryer, this is definitely the one to buy.
Moroccanoil Power Performance Ionic Hair Dryer,
$320 $224 at Saks Fifth Avenue (opens in new tab)
Designed in Italy in order to provide the quickest drying time, the Moroccanoil Power Performance Ionic Hair Dryer is a professional investment for those on the go. It comes with three heat settings and a cool shot, while advanced ionic technology locks in moisture.
ghd Helios 1875W Advanced Professional Hair Dryer,
$279 $195 at Sephora (opens in new tab)
Using a salon strength motor for fast drying, the ghd Helios 1875W Advanced Professional Hair Dryer guarantees professional results every time. The 1875-watt motor is incredibly powerful, and you can also use it for both frizz and volume, thanks to its unique technology. While it may seem like a splurge, it'll help you save on salon blowouts—so, we guess it basically turns out to be cheaper in the long run.
Drybar Baby Buttercup Travel Blow Dryer,
$139 $111 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
If you've ever been inside a Drybar, you know their proprietary Buttercup packs a huge punch. The sunny yellow color is just a joy to look at, but besides this, this salon staple will make sure you never need to use a hotel hair dryer ever again: The lightweight design, collapsable handle, and small travel bag makes it great for flights, while the 1200-watt motor ensures the perfect balance of heat and airflow. Yes, great hair at the beach is finally a possibility.
Revlon Essentials Volume Booster Hair Dryer,
$25 $18 at Walmart (opens in new tab)
This budget option got so much cheaper this Cyber Monday: You can snag this Revlon beauty for less than $20! It comes with three heat and two speed settings for advanced styling, as well as a diffuser and concentrator to help you adjust the airflow.
Laifen Hair Dryer,
$200 $140 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
For a Dyson dupe that's still pretty effective, look to the Laifen: This hair dryer has 200 million negative ions, which helps to make hair silky (aka, no frizz!). The technology compensates excessive heat by alternating hot and cold airstream in order to avoid hair damage, too.
Remington Pro Pearl Soft Touch Professional Ceramic Hair Dryer,
$35 $30 at Walmart (opens in new tab)
You'll be shocked to realize this budget option is infused with real crushed pearls, with the advanced ceramic formula emitted into the airflow during styling. This helps quick-dry and smooth your hair both at the same time!
Julia Marzovilla is the E-Commerce Editor at Marie Claire, where she covers everything from the latest beauty and fashion launches and sales to celebrity outfits and news. She also creates shopping guides that span every vertical on the site. Prior to joining the Marie Claire team, she contributed similar shopping stories to sites such as Bustle, InStyle, The Zoe Report, Who What Wear, and STYLECASTER. In her spare time, Julia can be found creating shopping guides for all of her friends, spending too much money on yet another pair of black boots, and cooking in her far-too-small kitchen.
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