Quick blow-dry tips for your hair
I'd say I have "some" experience with holding a hair dryer - and somehow managing to handle clips, brushes, combs, hair, and chat with the client all at the same time. Oh, did I mention keeping my balance? So here's the skinny on fabulous hair.
HERE'S WHAT YOU DO:
- Start with your favorite shampoo and conditioner. Don't overdo the conditioner or it may leave you with limp/lifeless hair. And be careful not to overuse conditioning oil treatments. Hair needs to breathe you know.
- After cleansing hair, apply a light-weight leave in hydrator/detangler and brush through using a large paddle brush.
- Use Gloss & Toss hair shine serum by Billy Lowe - for ultimate polish and shine. It only takes a little of this miracle formula. Start applying mid-shaft through to the ends and distribute evenly using a large paddle brush.
- Blow-dry hair until it is 80-90% dry. Hair doesn't take shape until it is at least that dry. I always start at the roots and make sure they are dry first.
- Using a large round brush (metal or ceramic are my preferences) blow-dry hair in larger sections (since hair is almost dry anyway) keeping good tension on the hair as needed and keeping brush/dryer moving. Never "park" the hair dryer onto the hair nor leave dryer pointed in one spot. Always keep it moving.
- Once dried, apply GLOSS & TOSS hair shine serum through to the ends as needed for final shine or control of hair.
I generally start in the front when blow-drying hair. This is good to do on your own especially if you are in a rush. The back can always air-dry on its own if you run out of time in your styling.
Look for GLOSS & TOSS this season for ultimate polish and shine. Truly the ultimate hair shine serum.