After washing and conditioning your hair, comb first to remove tangles
then blow-dry briefly to rid the tresses of excess moisture. Then it is
time to add holding agents like mousse or gel, and a volumising tonic if
desired. After pinning the hair and separating small sections on which
to work, prepare to blow-dry and keep control with a styling brush.
Starting on the back, position the brush beneath each section, tense the
hair without pulling too hard, and brush toward the ends as the blow-dry
nozzle follows the brush.
A few blow-drying tips: speed up the process by shaking your hair dry
with your hand and the blow-dryer. Use clips to pin the top layers out
of the way, so that you can begin on the undersides. It is important to
completely dry each section before moving on, or your hair will return
to an unfinished state. If you have a double crown, dry the hair in the
opposite direction to what you intend, then dry it back the other way.
In this way, the hair will stand up and cover the crowns. To complete
the process and end up with a smooth finish, try to direct the blowdryer
so that the air flows down along the hair toward the ends. This will
smoothe the hair cuticles and add shine to the end results. Keep the
filters on your blow-dryer clean. Once every few months a quick dry
clean will help prevent a buildup of debris, so that the machine will
not break down unexpectedly. This always happens when you're in a rush
and can least afford the disruption.
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