We’ve all heard tales of the dangers of heat damage since we were old enough to hold a hairdryer – and curly-haired ladies battle blowdrying frizz daily. As a result, many women with curly or long locks adhere religiously to the wonders of towel drying; however, that may be causing your hair more damage than it’s preventing!
Truth is, rubbing hair dry vigorously with a towel creates frizz and causes breakage to sensitive wet hair. Still, towel drying can make ending up sans Afro easier than blowdrying hair, and it’s not damaging if it’s done right. Here are some solutions for drying hair without creating breakage and frizz:
They say your hair is the first thing people notice about you, and nobody has great hair without great styling tools. I picked up the FHI Heat Nano Weight Pro 1900 Turbo Hair Dryer, and I have to say I’m impressed. Hairdryers aren’t typically too exciting, but this one delivers benefits I didn’t even know I was looking for!
My first surprise came in the Nano Weight Pro 1900 Turbo’s weight – it’s unbelievably light. The hairdryer also features 2 speed settings and 3 temperature settings, making it easy to adjust to your liking. And the power cord is insanely long. This may seem inconsequential, but if you like to dance around the bathroom singing “My Sharona” while you style like I do, it comes in handy for avoiding yanking your brand new hair dryer out of the wall socket.