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How to Smooth Out Your Hair with Your Blow-dryer

1. REMOVE DAMPNESS

Once you've prepared your hair with the proper shampoo, conditioner and prestyle products, you can start your blow-dry. Remove excess water by blow drying your hair every which way. If you start your actual style on sopping wet hair, it will take you twice as long.

2. SECTION YOUR HAIR

Depending on the density of your hair, you will need to divide your hair into three to four sections, which makes it easier to control. Keeping your sections nice and neat saves time and frustration. Make one section across the nape, below the earlobes. Your next section can extend from there to the crown of your head or you can divide that in two, including the sides depending on the density of your hair. And your last section is a horseshoe section on the top of your head.

3. START YOUR BLOW-DRY

With the proper brush, make sure you really smooth that hair out. Use your brush as an extension of your hand. Make sure you get enough heat on those ends to ensure maximum smoothing. Don't worry too much about the heat on your hair, because you have already prepared your hair with a leave-in conditioner and a thermal protection. Once that first section is dry, go back over it until you are satisfied with the shine and smoothness. When you think you've dried enough, dry some more. Getting a good amount of heat and brushing to the hair will give you salon quality smoothness and shine. Move on to the next section when you're ready. Since you've already sectioned your hair, all you have to do is remove the next clip, without stopping in between to take another section. Simply drop the next section down.

4. GIVE YOUR HAIR MOVEMENT

If you want more of a bend or curl to your hair, use a smaller round brush on your ends. Hold the dryer to your ends as they are wrapped around the brush. Move the dryer back and forth across the brush, ensuring that you don't keep the heat in one spot for too long. Once you achieve the curl or bend you want, move on to other sections at your ends.

5. GIVE YOUR HAIR VOLUME AND LIFT

Once your back and sides are dry, you're ready for the last section on the top. For a more voluminous top, blow-dry your roots in the opposite direction you want them to lie. In other words, up and forward, side to side. This will prevent your hair from lying flat, and with that root lifter and mousse you used, it shouldn't be difficult to achieve. At the crown, blow-dry those roots forward and up. On the top sides, blow-dry to the opposite side your hair will be lying. And at the very top of your head, blow-dry forward.






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