On rainy days, even if you blow-dry your hair well in the morning and do your best, before you know it, your hairstyle will fall apart. That alone can make you feel depressed for the rest of the day. Here are some tips on how to blow-dry your hair to maintain your beautiful bangs in the morning.
How to blow-dry bangs in 3 steps
- Dry hair starting with bangs.
Dry hair immediately after shampooing. Drying hair naturally will make it kinky. Use a hair dryer to start with areas with strong kinks or areas that are bothering you. The order in which hair is dried with a hair dryer is also important to blow dry bangs properly. The rule of thumb is to dry bangs first.
Blow-dry hair from the roots up.
Use a brush to blow-dry hair firmly from the roots. Since the cause of kinks is at the root, blow-drying only the ends of the hair will not make the kinks grow out. The root is important for beautifully and firmly styled bangs. Blow-drying only the ends of the hair without using a brush will not solve the problem at all. Blow-dry your hair as sparingly as possible.
- Blow-dry hair in several sections
Blow-dry bangs in several sections. Since the hairline is where the frizz is strongest, divide the hair into three sections and blow-dry the sections using a brush that matches the roundness of the head.
This will ensure that the bangs are blown out properly. If the kinks are too strong and you want to straighten them more firmly, we recommend using a straightening iron.
Depending on the degree of your hair’s curl, you can use both a hair dryer and an iron. The above are techniques for blow-drying bangs that can be used even during the rainy season. Practice and master them now!