Hair-dryers are a lifesaver at times, but you want to make sure your techniques aren’t ruining your strands in the long run.
We have to admit, the hairdryer is one of the best inventions ever created. It’s our go-to equipment when rushing out the door or trying to achieve a glorious blowout. But unfortunately, it doesn’t always go as planned and leaves some of us with an unflattering kink, or even worse, damaged hair! So if you want to make sure you’re getting the best out of your blowouts, stay away from these no-nos which you may not even realise you’re making.
Mistake #1: You’re using excessive heat with conventional hairdryers
Conventional hairdryers may not have temperature control, so when you set it to the highest heat setting, the temperature can go up to 150°C, which is damaging to your hair. While it may dry your hair faster, it will also fry your hair, creating split ends and frizz – not to mention dull-looking strands.
To ease the whole process, we love using a hairdryer like the Dyson Supersonic™ hair dryer as it prevents hair damage even with its highest heat setting! With its maximum temperature of 100°C, there’s no reason to worry about damaged locks. Plus, its Intelligent Heat Control gauges the heat every 20 seconds, keeping it under control at all times.