Some of us blow-dry every day, while others rarely if ever dust off their blow-dryer. But all of us wonder the same thoughts when we’re styling and drying our hair after its wet. We’re concerned about damage,indian hair wholesale, style and what are those attachments that come with it? We’re putting your mind to rest with answers to common questions about blow-drying your hair.
WHAT SETTING SHOULD I SET MY BLOW-DRYER ON?
There are different levels on your blow-dryer because we all have different hair! The high heat is better for thick or coarse hair and if your hair is really wet. The low setting is better for thin, fine or damaged hair and if your hair is already towel dry. If your hair is already partially dry, use low heat to prevent damage.
That cool setting is great for sealing your hair cuticle when your hair is already 75-80% dry to seal curly or wavy hairstyles.
SHOULD I HOLD THE BLOW-DRYER IN ONE PLACE UNTIL IT’S DRY?
Short answer: No. Always keep the dryer moving and never leave it on one section of your hair for too long, this will fry your tresses! Dry your hair downward (from root-to-tip) and don’t stop moving the blow-dryer.