Creating Trendy New Hair Styles Using Your Blow-Dryer
The way you blow-dry your hair can make or break your styling success. We like to share with you the best blow-drying techniques for terrific styling that holds through the day until late at night
The commonly applied hair care routine involves shampooing, quick blow-drying and nothing else. Try using your blow-dryer as a valuable styling tool instead. Cleverly used, your blow-dryer can magically put volume and bounce into your hair.
The first blow-dryer was developed in 1899. It delivered a temperature of about 90 °C [194 °F] and did more harm than good. The word 'gentle' certainly did not apply to it. Many years of research changed this. Today's blow-dryer models are far gentler. Trial and error and a lot of tinkering now brought us the ionic blow-dryer. This newest type of hair dryer supplies negatively charged particles with the air stream. This prevents electrostatic charging and the associated fly-away hair after blow-drying. Instead, the hair shines and looks healthy. Still, no matter how advanced the modern hair dryers are you need to add some skills to their magic if you want to create a flawless hairdo in one of today's interesting styles.
Below, we share with you simple tricks, which turn your blow-dryer into a styling tool and your basic haircut into a trendy fashion statement. Our tips and tricks also prevent your hair from going limp right after you style it. All you need for these techniques is a blow-dryer, a round brush or paddle brush for a sleek style, and heat protectant spray to keep enough moisture in your hair.
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