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How To Dry Hair

Updated on November 19, 2011

These days almost everyone is scared with the problem of hair falling. We do not actually get the whole idea of how to get rid of this problem.

Definitely when we don’t know the basis of the problem how could we solve it? Hair falling is the most common problem among the people, not only in grownups but also in the younger generation. Do you ever wonder why this is so common these days? What is the basic lacking in our daily routines?

There are many factors behind the serious issue of hair falling and among those one is how we dry our wet hair. Surely it is time to get assistance on how to dry hair before the problems associated with them boosts up.

Dry Hair by using Towel

Almost everyone use towel after showering, and dry hair by the help of towel as it absorbs all the water dropping from the hair. Usually we all dry our hair through rubbing the hair just after the shower. This is the worst thing we do with our own hair.

That’s the biggest dilemma that we don’t even know what we are doing with our own possessions. Rubbing towel on the wet hair will damages the outer surface of the hair and will worsen the hair’s health. Rubbing hair with towel also causes friction which ultimately caused heat and harmful for your hair to strive. 



So keep in mind that never rubs your hair with towel. There are other ways through which you can easily dry out the hair. The one is to instead of rubbing you can just push towel on the head and squeeze all the water, this way water absorbs in the towel and wipeout.

Most of the people think that pat dry will take longer time as compare to the rubbing, the important thing is pat drying will not give any harm to your hair, but definitely rubbing will do.

So for instance if pat drying is time taking then what is more important to you the time or the health of your hair? If time then go on for this traditional way of drying here. And damage your lovely hair. But my point is they take same time, so do not damage hair and use pat drying.

Blow-Drying – the worst and the most horrible

Our hair is intended to protect the head from the rays of the sun, and to stay in heat as soon as it's required to do so.

The scalp is also designed in a way that it sweats and generates oil to build stability among the hair, the scalp and the external atmosphere.

The scalp and hair both are extremely sensitive and cannot survive a regular torrent of warm air more than 40 degrees Celsius. All this can only do by the help of the electric blow dryers, which are to be used widely.

The main problem is, we all love fashion and media, now media guys use such type of electronic products because it is their work requirement. But because they use such type of devices we all want to get in to in it, without knowing the pros and cons of the device.

If you got chance to look at any on the media guy which heavily use such blow drying things you will come across the fact that all such guys have frayed hair.

When they go publicly they use hair extensions and all, not I mean that all of them use such things but many of them are. So the wisest thing is to avoid blow drying as much as you can. It will not good at all rather it damages your hair badly and worsen them ever before. 

Use Alternatives

Now you must be wandering that all this is too scary then what to do in order to dry your hair quickly. As blow drying is the only quickest method to dry hair.

Also you can wisely use the blow dryer on hair, like start dryer and blew some air just one or two time and then off it.

This will not completely dry hair but it damps the wetness, and your hair will not damage with the harmful air. So try out this alternative as it is much better to use.

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