What girl wouldn’t want fabulous, healthy looking hair that lasts for days? A good blowout, when done correctly, can do just that. There are awesome locations out there such as the Drybar that offer specific blowout services, but it is not always the ideal (or affordable) situation to achieve this look on a regular basis. It is perfect for that ‘special occasion’, but when you want to have this look more regularly, why not do it yourself at home? It’s more affordable and with the right technique and tools you can achieve frizz-free, look-at me hair all on your own.
Mastering a great blowout—and making it last—requires some insider tricks. To get the perfect blowout technique is obviously of importance, but equally important are the tools and products you use to achieve the look. First, it’s important to know that hair will not hold a style until it’s about 80 percent dry, so before you pick up the round brush, try first blow drying your hair using your fingers to remove most of the moisture before you begin the styling.
The Jose Eber Infrared Blow Dryer is the perfect tool for the perfect blowout. It can cut drying time by 50% which makes getting this look more achievable for those that are short on time. This infrared light powered dryer heats hair evenly, reduces frizz and helps the hair to retain moisture keeping it silky, soft, shiny and healthy. This style of heat has been explored for its curative properties and ability to restore good circulation – often seen in saunas and other spa treatments and is the most efficient, gentlest way to heat hair.
With 4 variable speed and heat settings, you control the amount of heat you need for your hair type. It comes with both a wide and narrow nozzle attachment for greater styling. Antimicrobial properties cleanse and prepare the hair for a return to shine and manageability. When your hair is completely dry, seal the deal with the “cool shot” button by twisting your hair while blowing cool air. This closes the hair cuticle and prevents frizz.
If you find your hair is getting a little greasy by day two, just try freshening up with a little dry shampoo to absorb the oil and add some body. Do you have tips/techniques to share for the perfect blowout? Leave a comment and share with us.