Blow drying is such a blessing! You can literally make your hair look salon-styled at home without spending a penny.
But did you know that every hair type needs to be blow-dried differently? Yep, you read that right. Just like how you would buy different shampoos and conditioners for your hair type, there are different techniques needed to be applied to blow dry different hair types too. Below, we’ve got a guide to help you learn how to blow dry your hair to perfection. Let’s begin…
Remember: the aim is to add volume. After you’ve soaked the excess water with the help of a towel, the next thing to do is to apply some heat protectant spray all over. The Tresemme Keratin Smooth Heat Protection Shine Spray would be perfect for your hair type. Remove the nozzle from your hairdryer and dry your hair. Once your hair is about 80% dry, apply a hair styling product such as a volumising mousse. Now, put the nozzle back on and use a round brush to finish drying the rest of your hair.
Thick hair tends to get frizzy. Here’s how to deal with that: after towel drying your hair, spritz the TIGI Bed Head Get Twisted Anti-Frizz Finishing Spray. With the nozzle intact and a boar bristle brush, dry your hair in a downward direction. Since you have thick hair, dry your hair in sections for smooth and frizz free hair. Finish off with a finishing spray or frizz control mousse to prevent unwanted frizz.
Curly hair has a mind of its own! Women with curly hair spend pretty much most of their time trying to control their frizzy and unruly hair. Once you’ve removed the excess water from your hair, apply the TONIandGUY Glamour Serum Drops in a scrunching method. Spritz some heat protection spray and start drying your hair with the diffuser on. You can hold the diffuser close to the scalp to add volume at the root. After your hair is about 80% dry, keep the dryer aside and let your hair air dry.