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Do guys really use a hairdryer to blow dry their hair? I've had that question asked of me on multiple occasions and the answer is a resounding Yes. Do most guys use a hairdryer? No. Most guys don't know why they would need one, nor are they comfortable using one. I hope that I can explain why a hair dryer is a great tool for your styling toolbox.
"I get out of the shower, towel dry my hair, and add some hair product to it. My hair is short enough and as long as I use the right product, my hair stays in place."
The biggest problem with the statement above is about "using the right product". Typically when guys use this statement, they're using the wrong product and probably too much of it! Using product to control your hair will only result in your hair falling to where it naturally wants to go. Your hair has typically been trained, through years of styling it, to fall in a certain way and the best way to get your hair to stop falling in that direction is to use a hair dryer.
As your hair is drying it is starting to set into place. By using a hair dryer, along with a brush, your setting your hair in place where you want it to go. When the hair is dry, regardless of which product you put in it, the hair will naturally want to fall back into the general shape of where you had blow dried it. This allows you to use less product to achieve the hold and shine that you desire. Using less product will make sure your hair product lasts longer and will save you money in the long run.
In addition, when using pomade or hair paste, the product functions best when the hair is dry. The products adhere more easily and evenly when there is no extra moisture. So using a hair dryer for a minute or two before styling can prevent that extra greasiness or uneven product application.
After the hair is dry, it should be shaped, generally, where it needs to be for the style you're trying to achieve. All you have to do is add your styling product of choice to your hair. For most cases, an extreme hold product isn't needed any more and you won't need to add a bunch of product. Depending on the thickness and length of your hair, usually a dime to nickle size amount will be enough.
This helps a lot. I’ve always used HEAT when blow drying. I use heat protection but I was always told heat shapes the hair and cool relaxes it. So I will try it this way and see how it does.
I am using this article to convince my hubby to use a blow dryer for a minute to help with volume. He has been stubborn so far, but I believe this post will help with that!
After drying my hair by hair dryer my hair no longer hold the way I want they falls down from one side
This helped so much man!!
Thanks for the tips :)
Thanks man I’ve been looking all over to find out if i NEED to use a pre styled because i don’t have any. But these tips helped a lot. Keep it up!
this is very recommended .. and thanks
Which heat protectant spray do you recommend? Also, do you have a blowdryer you prefer?
But what is the best hair dryer ?
Thanks man! My hair is finally long enough for the good ole undercut, so I just yesterday began using a hair dryer…and I’m pretty lost with this totally new & foreign concept! I think i just need to practice so it’ll come naturally eventually. Thanks for the tips. :)
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In this blog post we are going to break down the Top 5 differences between our two popular hair styling pastes: Moroccan Texture Paste and Natural Beeswax Paste. While they both fall within the same hair product category, there are some major differences that define them.
Curly? Straight? Thin? Fine? Normal? Dry Scalp? No matter what hair type you have, choosing the right shampoo and conditioner can make all the difference.
July 09, 2019
Thnx you alot bruv…it helped