7 Blow-Drying Mistakes You’re Probably Making
Blow dryer is a common and
important hair tools in our daily life. No
matter how often you blow-dry
your own locks at home ,here we compile a list of the most common blow-drying
mistakes and their
1. You are using the wrong type of
Not all blow dryers are created equal, so it’s important to know what you’re working with. Investing in a really good ionic blow dryer is the key to drying hair faster and less hair damage. It maybe a little expensive but really worth it.
2. Selected a wrong
The different heat levels should be adjusted to suit your hair texture and condition, “The high heat is available for really thick or coarse hair, and to remove excessive moisture when the hair is really wet, The low setting is perfect for thin or fragile hair.
3. Not using a heat-protectant
Blow-drying your hair without a heat protectant is just asking for trouble. Just as you would apply sunscreen to protect your face from the sun, you should protect your hair from the heat. Protectant serums, lotions and sprays are the best way to ensure your hair stays protected during styling.
4. Not using the best hair brush
for your hair
When it comes to blow-drying, brushes are crucial, you need to use the right brush. Never use the metal brush that it heat up way too fast, making hair way too hot. Choose a natural boar bristle brush, it provide great grip for your hair and preventing over-drying and breakage.
5. Not Fully Drying Your Hair, If you use curling tools or a flat iron on your hair, must make sure the hair is totally dry and clean before styling and prevent the damage.
6. Forget not use the finishing products
Finishing products help prevent frizz, fly-aways, and fluffiness. Just don't use too much product, practicing restraint will help your blowout last longer.