Press and Towel
Blasting wet hair with a hairdryer and ruffling it with a towel will only damage your tresses.
Instead, divide your hair into sections and press out as much water as you can after your shower. Next,dry your hair by blotting it with a microfibre towel or cotton T-shirt.
Detangle with a wide-toothed comb to ensure that any product you apply is evenly distributed. Then, part and style your hair as desired.
We recommend using a heat protector before drying it with your fingers and a hairdryer until it is 80 per cent dry. Focus the dryer on hair roots, which tend to take longer to dry.
Tip: Invest in a salon-quality hairdryer such as Ghd Air Hair Dryer, $225, which has a professional-use motor and advanced ionic technology for fast-drying, frizz-free results.
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Apply serum to the ends from the ears down for a smooth finish. Avoid the roots, as this will weigh your hair down and result in a greasy after-feel.
You may either continue to blow-dry tresses with a round-bristled brush for a silky finish, or let your hair dry naturally.