Top Inventors at Dyson are now Innovating Hair styling

by | Oct 30, 2018 | Consumer Electronics, Industrial Design, Inventions, Inventors

Dyson is a British technology company that was established by one of the top inventors in the world in 1991. It designs and manufactures household appliances but has been most famously known for their vacuum cleaners.

However, Dyson has ventured into other product lines over the years, and one of the most recently talked about products is in their hairstyling line, the Airwrap. This product is a game changer for everyone and anyone who has struggled with styling their own hair.

Airwrap Top Inventors Solve Hair Problems



If you are someone with long hair, you know that you have to use heat, in many cases, extreme heat to get that perfect curl, or smooth straight hair, however, half the time, it doesn’t even last a few hours. The Dyson Airwrap solves this problem. It’s a multifunctional tool that uses the laws of aerodynamics and a phenomenon called the Coanda effect. Essentially the Airwrap manipulates and styles your hair into various styles not using extreme heat as a typical flat iron or curling iron, but using air.

The Coanda effect is a phenomenon in which a jet flow attaches itself to a nearby surface (in this case it’s your hair) and remains attached even when the surface curves away from the initial jet direction.


Top Dyson Inventors Change the Hair Game

All this means is that the Airwrap attracts the hair for you. Which means that all you do is section your hair and hold the device near it, and the device does the work. No clamping, sucking your hair into a scary device, gloves, or winding mechanisms. It’s truly changing the game for styling your hair at home quickly and efficiently, as well as in a healthier way. Dyson’s top inventors listened to their consumer’srs needs and came up with a solution to keep hairstyling effortless. 


When we see top inventors like Dyson coming out with products like this, it seriously is inspiring and motivating. Dyson has been innovating for years, and what puts them on the top of the list of top inventors, they need to continue to innovate with their current products, but also with new, game-changing products that are needed in the world. We can’t wait to see what they come out with next!

Article Author: MAKO Design + Invent

Article Author: MAKO Design + Invent

Company Team

MAKO Design + Invent is a full-service consumer product development firm servicing both high-growth corporate manufacturers and invention startups. With a 25-person team across 3 offices (Austin, England, Toronto), MAKO has complete in-house industrial design, mechanical engineering, and electrical engineering design and prototyping services. To assist our start-up inventor clients, we also have a subsidiary branch called Mako Invent that, in addition to above, helps start-ups with patenting, strategy, marketing, and sales/distribution for all consumer product categories. For our corporate clients, MAKO Design develops world-class consumer electronics designs through our industrial, mechanical, and electrical design teams.



Submit a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

To comment, please first type in the 5 numbers below so we know you're not a robot 🙂


We are the leading physical product Industrial Design, Electrical Design, & Mechanical Design firm serving both established companies and startup inventors, with offices in Austin, Toronto, and London.




For Small Businesses & Manufacturers

Click below to find out more about our full suite of in-house industrial, mechanical, and electrical design, engineering, and development services tailored to established physical product development companies.

For Inventors & Startups

Have an invention idea? We have developed hundreds of products for startups in addition to providing end-to-end solutions to get our inventor clients from Idea to Stores Shelves! We are here to help.

Ready for MAKO to turn YOUR product idea into a MARKET SUCCESS?

Pin It on Pinterest

Share This