The viral styler you need to replicate Adele’s voluminous blow-dry is a steal with an early Black Friday price slash

Adele's hair has had us heart-eyed lately and this insanely inexpensive viral styler will help you re-create it without a trip to the salon

Adele's hair blow-dry Adele attends a game between the Golden State Warriors and the Los Angeles Lakers on October 19, 2021 at STAPLES Center in Los Angeles
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With Adele's new album '30' just days away from its released date, we've seen more of the British music icon in the past month than we have in the past several years.

And while we're, of course, crossing off our calendars in eager anticipation for new Adele music that is set to give an insight into her "devastating" divorce, life as a mom to son Angelo, fresh love with new boyfriend Rich Paul and every heartache she's suffered since the release of '25', it's Adele's hair that's really had us staring in awe every time we seen her this year. 

Once upon a time, we associated Adele's hair with vintage beehive styles and full-looking up-dos. But the dawn of the '30' era has seen Adele rocking some seriously thick, sleek and voluminous locks and we're swooning over the side-parted blow-dry inspiration Adele is bringing along with her new album.

Now £29.99

Revlon One Step Hair Dryer and Volumizer, Was £59.99 Now £29.99 ($34.88) | Amazon

Revlon's internet-approved blow-dry brush went viral last year and you'll realise why. The hair dryer combined with a barrel brush means creating a salon-worthy blow-dry at home has never been easier. Combining smoothing power with the ability to lift at the roots and add bounce to the ends, it's the perfect hair investment. Plus, it's so cheap thanks to an early Black Friday deal. Hello, Adele hair!

Adele undoubtedly has access to the world's top-rated hairdressing professionals as well as all of the best hair dryers, curlers and products for the perfect blow-out that the beauty industry has to offer—but there's a viral styler that can replicate the salon-dried beauty of Adele's hair at home and you can nab it so cheaply in an early Black Friday price slash right now. 

The Revlon One Step Hair Dryer and Volumizer went viral online last year, prompting thousand blown-away hair tool addicts to share videos demonstrating the styler's ability to mimic a salon blow-dry with its clever combination of a bristle-y barrel brush and hot air. 

Priced at £29.99 ($34.88) instead of £59.99 ($59.99) on Amazon right now, the Revlon One Step Hair Dryer and Volumizer will take your hair from damp to blow-dried with as much volume in the roots as Adele's hair in around 10 to 20 minutes (depending on the length and thickness of your hair). 

Adele

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To replicate Adele's current beloved blow-dry, part your hair at the side to create the face-framing volume she rocks so well and section your damp (not wet) hair into layers so that you can run the Revlon through your tresses one layer at a time.

Keep in mind, this tool uses pretty intense heat to give you the finished result, so you'll want to be using a heat protectant before you style and the best nourishing hair product you have (think Argan oil) to add the finishing touches and make your hair shine.

At the end of each strand, keep rotating the barrel brush while pulling down, just like you've seen your hairdresser do, to achieve bounce at the end. To really get that sleek lengths and curly ends combo that Adele's hair has lately, pop your tresses in some cheap velcro rollers while you let it cool.

Alternatively, use on dry hair for a dry blow-out for a smoothness boost and to add bounce and volume between washes.