How to Dry your Hair Faster with Minimal Damage

Being busy causes us to schedule virtually every minute of our time.

Often we choose to deny our beauty routine at the expense of other things.

One of the most frustrating things for me is drying my hair - it’s thick and layered and takes FOREVER to dry.

Putting wet or damp hair into a quick ponytail or messy bun saves time but I personally like to wear my hair down once in a while.

Here are a few tricks that will help you to style your hair much faster.

Less Product

Do not use too many styling products. Hair products like gel and serums can make the hair more difficult to dry and they can also contribute to hair becoming greasy faster.


Start at the Roots

While hair is damp, blow dry from roots to ends. This may seem much more complicated but this method ends up being much faster.



Ionic Hairdryer



Use an ionic hairdryer. This will disperse the heat evenly through your hair and it will remove moisture much faster. Ion plates break down the water molecules in the hair easily, allowing the hair to dry quickly.


Using the Right Brush

If you straighten your hair or decide to blow dry, use a large round brush. This makes it easier to divide the hair into sections and will provide all the hair with as much heat as necessary. Otherwise hair may be dry in certain areas, while others are still moist.


If you want excellent volume – check out my blog post on How to Get the Perfect Blowout!



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