Blow dryers can leave your hair dry and damaged.If you allow your hair to dry naturally, its length and thickness will determine how fast it dries. So make sure to wash your hair at least a few hours before bedtime to ensure you don't get into bed with wet hair.Read on for some tips to dry your hair faster without the harsh heat of a blow dryer.
No one wants to take an hour to blow-dry their hair. Here are the best ways to shorten up your styling time and get your gorgeous locks out the door quickly.
As a bonus, when you shampoo less frequently, you won't need to blow dry and heat-style it as much. Use a mild shampoo made specifically to help dry hair because it will have fewer drying detergents.
Quick tip 1: Don’t blow-dry sopping-wet hair―you’ll need to use high heat, which will lead to damage. Blot with a microfiber or terry towel first. Quick tip 2: To make your blow-dry even speedier, choose a dryer with at least 1,800 watts. A high-powered dryer gets the job done in less time than a lower-wattage one.
Pat your skin dry. Aggressively rubbing your body with a towel can cause friction and irritation to your skin. Dry skin can flake off and patches of dry skin can spread. Instead, pat or blot your skin gently. Start at the top of your body and work your way down to your toes.
Blow dry your shortest layers (below the ears) with just the blow dryer in a downwards motion, combing through the hair with either your fingers or a brush. 3 Proceed to dry the rest of your hair the way described previously.
Your hairstyle and even some of the products you use on your hair can cause hair loss. Products: Frequent bleaching or permanents can cause the hair to break. Regular or improper use of dyes, gels, relaxers, and hair sprays also can cause hair breakage.
Before you hit the power button on your dryer, always apply a thermal-protection product. Go to the Roots Begin your blow-dry by using your fingers to direct air toward the roots of your hair.