Hair dryers for drying hairs - Professional Tips on hair drying
The Hairdryer is an essential piece of equipment, particularly when you need to dry your hair in a hurry.
These days there are lots of different hairdryers on the market, with many different features and added attachments to help you achieve the most professional styling possible. However, making the right choice isn't as difficult as it might first appear.
Tips on how to use and buy hairdryers
- Choose a dryer that has a range of heat, speed settings so that the hair can be power-dried on high heat, finished on a lower heat and then used with cool air to set the style.
- The more heat and speed settings a hairdryer has the more control you have over your styling. This will also allow you to dry your hair more gently and efficiently at lower temperatures, which is kinder to the hair. Some hairdryers also come with a cool setting (or true cold shot) which allows you to set styles firmly in place.
- Always point the airflow down the hair shaft to smooth the cuticle and encourages shine.
- If you have wavy or curly hair, look out for a hairdryer that comes with a diffuser attachment. For soft and controlled drying to enhance the hair's natural body and curl.
- To achieve a straight sleek look or to detangle and smooth wavy, curly or frizzy hair, look out for a hairdryer that comes with a straightening attachment.
- The length of cable on the hairdryer can vary, for professional use you may want a salon length cable to allow as much mobility as possible.
- Take care not to hold the dryer too near the scalp, it can cause burns.
- Hair dryer should attached with Removable Air Filter- help protect the hairdryer's elements from dust. They are easy to remove and clean so that you can ensure maximum efficiency.
- To achieve a straight sleek look or to detangle and smooth wavy, curly or frizzy hair, look out for a hairdryer that comes with a straightening attachment. Use on a low heat setting to achieve the best results.
- To create a hairstyle that is full of volume, use a volumising diffuser. These have long fingers that direct the heat to the roots and create extra volume. Use on a low heat setting to achieve the best results.
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