How To Do A Blow-out Hairstyle Professionally

Who says your hair can’t look this good?

It’s easier than you might think; One of the secrets to a good blowout is the tools you use. try a quality hair dryer that is at least 1800 watts. If you have thick hair, opt for one over 2000 watts. Look for a dryer with heat and speed control too, so you can adjust the settings as you go. A  good blow out is worth the investment because it can prevent damage and give you the result you’re looking for.

After a shampoo and conditioner wash,blot hair dry.

  • Towel Dry Right Away.
  • Use a Heat Protectant Before Your Blow Out
  • Choose Your Blow Dryer.
  • Start By Drying Your Roots.
  • Prep hair and prevent damage by spritzing a good Professional Thermal Protection Spray or Vidal Sassoon Pro Series Repair Heat & Protect Shine Spray.
  • separate the hair into three parts, a middle section from the front to the nape, and one on either side.
  • Start at the back, working sections from bottom to top. Place a round brush under the roots, lifting at a 90-degree angle and moving through to the ends. For maximum body, wrap hair all the way around the brush. If your hair is curly, then you’ll have to pull it a lot more. Now, to get the ends smooth, whilst you’re blow drying, put the brush in, and just twist the hair around the ends, After a few seconds of heat, set hair with a flash of cool air. Gently remove the brush, securing the coil with a bobby pin. Continue with each section as you go along,then when its done you’ll be left with a Vidal saloon look.

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