It took seven years for Dyson’s engineers to create its first hair straightener, Corrale. Does it mean a total upgrade from the way we’ve been using hair straighteners? Sandra Lup, Dyson’s design engineer, takes us through the elements the company has enhanced and eliminated in the process.
Thin manganese copper alloy plates for flexibility and even heat distribution. “They’re tourmaline edged to produce ionising properties that help reduce static,” says Lup.
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