Dyson Corrale cordless straightener now comes in two more colours

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(Pocket-lint) - Dyson revealed its cordless hairsbreadth straightener - the Corrale - successful March 2020, but the bendy-plate instrumentality designed to beryllium amended for your hairsbreadth lone came successful 1 colourway. 

The British institution has present announced the Dyson Corrale volition beryllium disposable successful a sleek Copper and matte Fuschia, joining the archetypal achromatic colour enactment and bringing the prime to three.

The Dyson Corrale hair straightener is engineered to person little reliance connected vigor erstwhile styling hair, which successful crook is said to beryllium beneficial for colour-treated hairsbreadth by reducing colour fade.

The Corrale has flexible plates that are conscionable 65 microns heavy - said to beryllium the width of a quality hairsbreadth - which flex astir the hairsbreadth tresses to assistance benignant and creaseless the hairsbreadth without utmost heat. 

There's a dynamic heater strategy connected committee that features a sensor to modulate somesthesia 100 times a 2nd and marque definite the plates don't transcend the acceptable temperature. Three somesthesia settings are disposable - 165°C (330°F), 185°C (365°F) and 210°C (410°F).

Alongside flexible plates, the Dyson Corrale is besides powered by a four-cell lithium-ion battery, giving you styling freedom. Recharging to afloat happens successful 70 minutes, portion you'll get 30 minutes of styling clip with a afloat artillery - plentifulness of clip for touching up your hairsbreadth successful the car oregon retired and about.

The Dyson Corrale hairsbreadth straightener costs £399. The Copper colourway is disposable exclusively done Dyson, portion the Fuschia enactment is disposable done Dyson and different retailers. Not definite if the caller colours are capable to entice you to bargain the Corrale? You tin read our afloat reappraisal here.

Writing by Britta O'Boyle. Originally published connected 22 September 2021.

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