hello, have you ever wondered about how to use hair dryer. well the blow-dryer is can cause a lot of problems, or it can be like the solution to everything there are a few things that are really important to understand.
About your blow-dryer and how to choose the best one for you there are elements of the blow-dryer that you should always have and if you don’t have these on your blow-dryer, you’re going to probably have more issues.
Let me just tell you a little bit what reasons, why this is a factor in hair damage from blow dryers.
So, there’s a couple different things there’s a hot section a cold section in a warm section and then, there’s hot high wind and low wind.
It’s just natural air, so it can’t really do any harm the key is to always use warm air only, warm air is what basically helps to nurture and close down the cuticle.
so think about like if you have your clothes outside drawing outside because your hair is like the same type of fabric of like cotton, if you dry your clothes outside versus drying your clothes in the dryer what’s the difference.
you might be saying that one is softer than the other because outside the temperature doesn’t create it, creates a hold and doesn’t really let those that fabric move and be soft and to be flexible whereas in the dryer the fabric gets warmed.
that’s what the warm air does it dries it it softens it and it closes down that cuticle as long as you point.
the air direction down the hair shaft from scalp out to the ends you’ll be closing on that cuticle the best you can with just the basic blow-drying.
now the hot air whoo it’s a awesome feature except for it you can never ever use hot when your hair is drawing from damp to dry because, if you use the hot button during drying process one hair is wet the other hair is completely dried.
so what happens to the hair next to the wet hair it gets over dried just as, if you were drying your clothes in the dryer it gets staticky, it gets flyaway and not like that but you are taking out all of that protection in your lipid barrier and it makes your hair unhealthy.
so short term might feel like you’re getting something out of it, but long term not a good place. so dry your hair on high wind low wind doesn’t matter.
it’s all about that warm air only and pointing the airs like not up the hair shaft but down the hair shaft is the most important thing and hot is for bending and molding and shaping.
so if you’re using hot air that’s when you pull out the round brush, that’s when you start to create a bend or flip or something to click to over stretch that cuticle to help slow pull it down.
your hair when it’s wet is 20% longer and then it shortens 20%, when it’s dry so that means that I can take my round brush and pull on it with my blow-dryer, in the heat to stretch it back to that 20% just to the extra pull and softening
then I use the cold button now that’s where you get the awesome effect because, when you have something it’s all nice and warm the cold button stiffens it, which means that if it’s cold it’s not going to cool down at room temperature.
it means that I like where it’s at and it’s going to stay all day long now, if you’re going to be throughout the day want volume at your scalp and you want it to have this sort of volume.
in the corners now heat hot air once dry then cold air on the same direction and as you pull it back over to the other side, it’s going to sit up at the roots which means that you’re going to get more longer-lasting volume than you normally would.
I hope this is helpful about your blow-dryer it’s very important this tool can be a very huge asset I look forward to seeing your success and if this makes you.
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