Revlon One-Step Hair Dryer & Volumizer Possibly Just $13.71 at Sam’s Club | In-Store Only

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Sam’s Club deals will blow you away!

While supplies last, head over to Sam’s Club where you may be able to score the Revlon One-Step Hair Dryer and Volumizer for ONLY $13.71 (regularly $44.98) – in-store only! This is an awesome price for this super popular brush, so it may be worth the trip to Sam’s to look for it.

This hair dryer and volumizer is a Hip2Save Team favorite! It will dry and style your hair all in one step while adding mega volume, all in just half the normal time!

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Revlon One-Step Hair Dryer & Volumizers in club

This would be a great time to grab this trendy brush-style hair dryer – with the additional savings, you may want to add it to your gift stash for birthdays or even Christmas!

This looks like a HOT deal as it is currently priced at $41.88 on Walmart.com and $41.99 on Target.com!

person drying hair with Revlon hairbrush

Who needs a blow dryer when you have this AMAZING tool! Seriously, I love this so much! I use this baby right when I get out of the shower. I can replace my blow dryer, curling iron, AND straightener. It gives me the big southern hair vibes I am always shooting for! Point of this rambling… buy it, you won’t be disappointed. – Hip2Save Sidekick, Amber


Well, the Revlon styler is not only faster than using my blow dryer, but it also adds tons of great volume and I love the fabulous result afterward. I have wavy thick hair, and this tool gets my hair straight and super shiny just like when getting a salon blowout. I love how soft it feels after and there’s no frizz at all. – Hip2Save Sidekick, Lina

2 Revlon One-Step Hair Dryer & Volumizers in packaging on club floor

Customers are loving this product too…

Best hair device I own! My hair can never hold a blowout because it’s very curly, so I’ve always used a straightener, which would fry my ends. I am able to dry and blow my hair out in one step with this brush!! After I wash my hair, I air dry it for about 15 minutes, then use the brush.

The barrel is wide so it covers a lot of hair, and I can use big sections. The volume afterward is unreal! It’s absolutely amazing. I’ve purchased them for friends and family because I’ve been raving about it! ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

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  1. Lusine

    This dryer completely DAMAGED by hair. I do NOT recommend it to anyone!! After I stopped using it, it took about 2 years for my hair to grow back to it’s healthy state. It will provide a nice blowout look, but the temperature settings cannot be properly regulated and for people who have fine-regular hair will notice that their hair will feel more brittle after months of prolonged use. The constant tugging, heating, and brushing of wet hair with this brush is very damaging. I would use by dryer 1-2x a week only, and when my hairstylist saw my hair, she told me it was very damaged from using this product and that she has seen the same thing with other clients. Please, do your research. It may look like a good product at first, but overtime it will do more bad than good.

    • Alina

      I love mine. I dry my hair with the hair dryer first, not fully dried though. And then use the revlon dryer in the low setting. And the hair looks great. I have fine thin hair, shoulder length.

    • Klp

      I’ve been using mine for years. It does get hot so I dry my hair with a regular dryer then use this to finish. It always looks nice and soft. I mainly use the cool setting.

    • patti

      I love mine and it hasn’t damaged my hair. Of course I towel and air dry my hair a lot first and I spray a heat protectant on my hair first. its not different from a hair dryer or straightener.

  2. Alexandraep

    I have heard good things about this product, and was thinking about maybe getting it but the comment above scared me a little! Great post anyways!

    • Luv

      Honestly, the pros is that it dries my hair faster than regular dryer and make it a little bit straighter. The con is that it makes the top of my head frizzier I guess you could say frizzier. you could see a lot more of my baby hairs out.

    • Lusine

      I do think it’s a great dryer, especially if you use it very infrequently on the coolest setting. But there have been other reports of people’s hair (not just mine!) getting really damaged from it. I have decided not to use mine anymore and have seen a dramatic difference in the health of my hair.

    • Denice

      My hairdresser pointed out this is a styler (says it right on the box) and not a blow dryer. It is to be used when your hair is nearly dry or already dry. If you use it to blow dry your hair you will ruin your hair. I love love love mine and my stylist says my hair is very healthy.

  3. Amy Knightley

    Oh wow I was there today but I didn’t look.. man on man my daughters borrow mine all the time! This would be a great find!

    • Jennifer (Hip Sidekick)

      I sure hope you can head back and find this!

  4. Lindsay

    I asked my hairdresser about the damage from these and she said if people are using it to dry their hair while it’s soaking wet, it IS very damaging. She said it’s meant to be used more as a styling tool than a full blow dryer. She said to let my hair air dry 75% or even all the way and then use this to achieve a blow out look. Hope this helps!

    • Lusine

      Yep I agree! Definitely don’t use it on dripping wet hair. I used it on my hair when it was About 75% dry

  5. everybodyluvsmonkeys

    I need another one for my kids bathroom. Hope I can find this in my store.

  6. sunny_girls

    I bought this from Amazon for over $30. I love it and I don’t feel it has damaged my hair. I shower, do other stuff until my hair mostly air dries, then finish with it. I love the volume and smooth finish. I haven’t had to use my straightener so I feel like my hair is benefitting from this.

    • Jennifer (Hip Sidekick)

      Thank you for letting us know how this has worked for you!!

  7. Denice

    My hairdresser pointed out this is a styler (says it right on the box) and not a blow dryer. It is to be used when your hair is nearly dry or already dry. If you use it to blow dry your hair you will ruin your hair. I love love love mine and my stylist says my hair is very healthy.

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