Rusk Speed Freak Review


There are things that we all don’t know as much about as we want to or think we should. I am not ashamed to say that for me this was with hair styling and other similar products. I did not have a clue what each of them meant, and this formed a source of great amusement for my girlfriend. Since then I have tried my hardest to learn a little more about them and I started by looking at the million different types of hair dryers that are out there. Whilst doing this I came across the Rush Speed Freak and that is the dryer we are going to look at in today’s review!

Which features come with this dryer?

This is no normal hairdryer. It does things slightly differently than the normal ones do. It is a ceramic dryer which means that it is ideal to use on hair of any length, style, or texture and it proves especially effective on hair which is thick and course. This is where other hairdryers fall down or struggle. The Rusk has seven different heat and speed setting so you’ll be bound to find the perfect one for your needs.

It is also shock proof so you can drop it (don’t worry we all do it from time to time) and it won’t shatter or break! The back end of a hairdryer is the place where it is normal for a huge amount of dust to gather and build up and not only is this unsafe, but it can also cause problems for your hair. Thankfully the people at Rusk have thought of this and ensured that you can remove and clean the filter which holds the dust.

Is it powerful enough to get the job done?

You will struggle to find a hairdryer out there which will do a better job of drying your hair as quickly and efficiently as the Rusk will, so the answer is yes it is powerful enough to get the job done.

What are the good points of the dryer?

This hairdryer will dry hair which is course, thick, wavy or even frizzy fast and with the minimum of damage. It is a salon quality piece of kit so you know you are in good hands, and it even locks out the humidity after it has dried the hair so there will be no risk of after frizzing!

That’s all well and good but what are the bad points?

The one downfall of the Rusk has to do not with what it will do to your hair, but what it will do to your hand. It is heavier than other hairdryers, so if you don’t think you’ll be able to hold it up for a long time then you may want to look elsewhere.

What’s the conclusion?

This blow dryer is a superstar in the world of hair. No matter what you have on top of your head, it will have it looking dry and amazing with the minimal of effort. It even acts as a free gym session too with the weight element, so why not grab one now! It’s a very popular item so may not be around for long.