I’m going to show you how to properly use short hair dryer so that you can get the hair styling results you desire. Whether it’s long or short, wet or dry, and straight or curly, here’s what you need to do to make the most out of your next blowout.
It is important to check the airflow of your hair dryer. This means making sure it is blowing air at a speed that works best for you. You can always adjust how much air comes out of the hairdryer so it isn’t too strong or too weak depending on the length of your hair.
If you have short hair, then it will be better if the airflow is stronger because a lot of heat needs to be applied to take away some of the moisture from shorter layers of hair.
If you have long hair then it could be damaging to your locks if you use a very strong setting on your blow dryer and put it on something like “medium” may be better for creating a style with less frizz than using “high” or “super-high” which can make curly hair especially prone to flyaway and help straight-haired people get an uneven look.
To choose the right size brush, start by thinking about the type of hair you have. If you have thick luscious locks, a bigger brush will give you more volume.
If your hair is thinner and more prone to breakage, go with a smaller one that’s easier to maneuver. For long hair, use a paddle brush alongside your short hair dryer for even drying and coverage.
To properly use a short hair dryer, it’s important to work in sections. To do this, divide the hair into small sections using clips. Then dry each section individually instead of drying all at once.
- Use a round brush to smooth the hair. Be sure the brush is small enough to wrap around the barrel of your dryer.
- Hold your dryer at a 90-degree angle to the hair, and pull it down as you dry.
- Only move from root to tip; do not roll or curl your hair with the brush.
If you have longer hair, you can dry it upside down using the same method as above. However, drying very short hair with this technique is a bit more difficult because of the length of your hair and the shape of your head. Using a long-handled brush or comb and a hand mirror, follow these steps:
- Stand in front of your bathroom mirror with your back to the sink (not your real vanity mirror; too tall for this one). This will give you enough room to tilt your head back into the sink so that the water will drain from your hair after it has been washed. If there is not a sink available, then you may use any other surface or bowl that is deep enough to allow for drainage after washing.
- Tilt your head back over the top rim of the sink without dipping it into water. You should be able to see yourself in profile in another mirror as well as straight down into the sink while in this position.
- Begin drying by starting at the nape of your neck and working up to crown area carefully making sure no section gets missed during blow-drying process using either medium or high heat settings depending on texture/thickness/length of hair.”
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Short hair is much easier to style than long hair, but styling it still requires a little bit of effort on your part.
- Make sure you always use the proper tools for your hair type. If you have thick hair that resists straightening, make sure you have a high-quality flat iron, and consider getting a wet-to-dry flat iron if your hair tends to be oily or greasy.
- When using a curling iron, start with clean dry hair. Your curls will hold better if there isn’t any product weighing them down.
- Keep in mind that short hair can look very different depending on how it’s styled. For example, if you curl it away from your face and brush out the curls until they’re loose waves, your style will look completely different than if you use smaller sections of hair and leave the curls tighter and more defined.