How To Blow Dry Hair Fast With A Round Brush

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  1. Jennifer

    Hi Jess!

    I have medium lenght hair between fine to coars and would love to have the volume and shine has i blow dry them instead i get the lion hair!! I have the t3 blow dryer would you have tips for me please.

    Thanks so much

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    1. Jes Rotoli

      Hello Jennifer,

      Your texture is tough to blow out. People don’t realize you can have fine hair and course hair at the same time. The brand Aquage makes a mousse that adds volume but also smooths frizz. It’s called Aquage Silkening Oil Foam. You just need a little bit. With your texture you want to use a ceramic round brush to helps smooth your hair. Use a 45mm ceramic round brush or a 1 3/4 inch. Depending on the brand it will either be in mm or inches. The Olivia Garden and Moroccanoil are my favorite. When you are blowing out your hair make sure you keep a lot of tension on the section you are drying. Tension is key, and make sure you use a concentrator on the end of you blow dryer to direct the air flow. Another little tip is not not point the blow dryer at a 90 degree angle on the hair but to point it at a 45 degree angle going with your hair towards the ends. I love Velcro rollers to give hair a little extra volume. When your done blow drying your hair pop in some rollers and keep them in for 5-10 mintues. You hair needs to be dry for Velcro rollers. I hope these tips help you. Let me know if you need anymore tips or help. -Jes

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