a hairdryer with the correct features to suit your hair type and needs.
higher the wattage the hotter the dryer. Use a low wattage dryer with a wide
barrel for long or fine hair as it will dry slower, reducing damage. A
higher wattage dryer with a narrow barrel is more suited for drying thicker,
cool short function will dry hair with less damage and helps
fix style. A nozzle concentrates the air for curling and styling.
diffuser attachment increases the area over which the air blows, so you can
get right to the roots for increased volume.
start blow drying your hair at the front so your best efforts go into the
most important area.
the hairdryer about 10cms away from your hair to avoid dehydrating and
the filter at the back of the hairdryer clean to avoid overheating and
burning the hair.
should be 80% diffused dry before you style it with a brush. Frizzy hair,
however, should be damper to begin with. To diffuse, tip head forward –
upside down first, then side to side – and move the dryer evenly around
large sections of hair, following the line of the haircut, and dry hair
the key areas that need body and apply root lift – be careful, too much
root all over can look set and old-fashioned.
Hair that has been blow dried :
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