Are all Hair Dryers the Same? What are the differences? How to Properly Blow Dry Your Hair.

Hair Dryer vs Your Hair

Prolonged heat on your hair can do more harm than good.

Too much heat can cause your hair follicles to explode resulting in split ends and hay-like feeling texture.

The ionic technology in different hair drying products are ideal to help cause less wear on your hair to prevent it from looking dry and damaged.

It is also a good idea to invest in a hair dryer that contains different heat settings while having it set on the lowest heat level when applying to your hair.

Drugstore hair dryers may even have these features on their hair dryers, but the best investment would be to purchase a hair dryer that contains infrared technology, tourmaline-infused, or ceramic parts.

When used with the proper hair dryer and hair drying techniques, you can rest assured that your hair will become more manageable and much more healthy-looking hair for a longer period of time.

Healthy Blow Drying Tips

Let the hair dry naturally, or use a special towel that rids your hair of excess water.

Part your hair into vertical sections beginning at the front of your hairline.

Separate a 2-inch section, and with a round brush, roll the hair through the brush forward towards the face for straight hair, or forwards and backwards for wave.

Always use the attachment that comes with the hair dryer. This aims the heat at a specific part of the hair for faster results.

Use the “cool” button to set in the shape and lock-in the look.

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nityanandagaurang 4 years ago

natural tips for drying your hair through towel are good.very nice hub christopher9882.

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christopher9882 4 years ago from Chicago, IL Author

Thanks nityanadagaurang

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