Blow-dry Technique is Key

Towel drying reduces the time frame of the actual blow-dry, so you’re less likely to end up with dried-out frizzy hair. Be careful not to vigorously rub your hair with a towel, as this creates friction between the towel and your hair causing cuticles to break. Instead, use a microfiber towel to squeeze out excess water toward the ends, and pat dry. When hair is 50% dry apply preferred product to prepare for blow-dry. Tension is key when it comes to perfecting a long-lasting blowout. It’s essential for getting hair to dry smoothly. Always use a nozzle to centralize air over the bristles of your brush around five inches away from taut sections of hair, and pointed down to minimize flyaways. Dry slowly in small sections from root to ends going slow in order to seal the cuticle.