7 Blow Dryer Mistakes That You Need To Avoid

Blow Dryer Mistakes That You Need To Avoid

A new hairstyle always makes you feel and look amazing, isn’t it? Nothing can beat that awesome feeling when you step out of a hair salon with a fresh blowout. But have you ever thought about why it is so difficult to create such a look at the home? Actually, it’s not that much difficult to get a salon-worthy hairstyle, all you need to know is the right tricks. Today, we've come up with some common mistakes that you are probably making while using the blow dryer. Also, we decided to help you to avoid such mistakes so that your hair can look perfectly bouncy, shiny, and beautiful, all the time.

Common Blow Dryer Mistakes That You Need To Avoid 

#1 Using Poor Quality Blow Dryer

A poor quality hair dryer can make your hair frizzy and unmanageable. It is very important to do research before purchasing a blow-dryer. Always use a good quality blow dryer with the right voltage to ensure the quality and health of your hair.

Using Poor Quality Blow Dryer

#2 Not Sectioning Your Hair

One of the common mistakes that girls often do is start blow-drying all of their hair in a random fashion at the same time. However, to get the best results, first, comb your hair to remove any tangles and then divide your hair into 4-5 sections to help dry every single strand of the hair thoroughly and effortlessly.  To avoid any mess, you can use hair clips to separate each section of the hair.

Not Sectioning Your Hair

#3 Skipping Heat Protection

Before using a blow dryer or any other heating tool on your hair, you must use a heat protection product on your damp hair to prevent any hair damage. Even many hairstylists recommend spraying heat protection spray uniformly on the wet hair before subjecting them to any heating tool.

Skipping Heat Protection

#4 Blow Dryer Heat Setting Is Too High

Before blow-drying your hair, don’t forget to check its heat setting. It is always recommended to start blow-drying your hair with low heat temperature on the hairline & roots and then slowly increase the temperature while you reach the tips & ends.

Blow Drying Too Wet Hair

#5 Blow Drying Too Wet Hair

This is another common mistake that most of the girls usually commit. Whatever be the reason, you should always dry your hair first with a towel for about 5 to 10 minutes. Blow drying too wet hair can cause split ends, weakening, and breakage of hair.

Blow Drying Too Wet Hair

#6 Holding the Blow-Dryer In the Wrong Position

You might have seen hairstylists holding the blow-dryers by the body, but that is not what you need to do. For great control & smoothness, hold the blow-dryer by the handle. And, then use your hairbrush to pull the hair away from your head. Make sure your blow dryer is parallel to your brush.

Holding the Blow-Dryer In Wrong Position

#7 Motion of Blow Drying

Do not hold the blow dryer in one place for long, keep moving the blow-dryer to and fro across each section of hair. The constant movement of the blow dryer is very essential. Holding the dryer at one place for long can make your hair look brittle and fizzy.

Motion of Blow Drying

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