How to Safely Blow-Out Your Hair

Style Tutorial

See how to use heat protectants to safely prepare your hair for blow-out or straightening and prevent heat damage or breakage during heat styling.

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Total Time:

It take me about three hours to complete this process because of the air-drying. If I sit under a hooded dryer, I can reduce the time by an hour. This will all vary based on how fast your hair dries.

Keep and Care:

From here, I will either do a protective style (bun or up-do), or maybe use my curling wand for voluminous curls. At night, I sleep in a silk/satin scarf, bonnet or combination of the two.

4 Comments to How to Safely Blow-Out Your Hair

  1. Thank You So Much For This Awesomeness 🙂

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  3. Mo girl, you are fab-ulous! I stumbled upon your tutorial and i’m so glad i found you…:)

  4. Mo, i loved your tut- on wavy curly set with the diffuser. Can i follow that process on type 4b hair?

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