How to get the perfect blow out
Alright, ladies. I have a confession. Until a few weeks ago, I almost never did my own hair. Every time I had a special occasion or a television appearance, I would go to the beauty salon. But then I got my hands on a couple of styling products from Pro Beauty Tools, including their Ionic AC blow dryer (which is available at Target). Here’s a step-by-step guide to how I accomplished a blow out under 40 minutes at home with my new professional quality and performance dryer.
Although my locks are still pretty long I actually just got a hair cut. I took about three inches off, added layers, and side swept bangs.
The first thing I try to do before blow drying my hair is comb it through with a paddle brush.
I then separate it by sections.
To prevent frizz, I don't dry my hair with a towel. Instead, I try to air dry it for a while or pass the dryer gently over my hair for a couple of minutes.
While I was getting my haircut, the stylist suggested that I blow dry my bangs in an upward direction. I'm so glad I asked her! That tip has made a huge difference.
I now always start with my bangs and pin it.
Pro Beauty Tools Blow Dryer
The high-powered airflow of the Pro Beauty AC Motor Dryer allows me to save time and expose my hair to less heat and in turn, less damage!
The dryer has three heat and two speed settings. I used the hottest and fastest option and finished drying my hair in less than 40 minutes.
Thankfully the dryer has a rubber finish which makes it easy to hold.
For my curly hair girls, the dryer also comes with concentrator and diffuser attachments.
How to blow dry your hair at home
I have to admit. I'm impressed that I can now get a salon quality blow out at home - on my own!
Can't wait to show you some other looks I created with the other Pro Beauty hair tools. I'm on a roll!