1. You don’t protect the hair
Even if you put the hair dryer on the low air temperature, a directed flow is still too much dries your hair, not only literally, but also depriving them of necessary moisture. Either switch to a leave-in conditioner, or apply a moisturizer for thermal protection, or laying — off function, maintain moisture level of hair.
2. You do not share the hair
When you dry your hair with a shock, that is, all at once, part of the strand is subjected to excessive exposure, while others are still wet. Better divide the hair into sections, each capturing a clip and the sushi turns: you will spend the same amount of time, but won’t hurt your hair strands.
3. You dried up the hair
Fearing to spoil the structure of the hair, a blow-dry the hair to “damp”, and the rest of the process goes on naturally. Because of this, the hair scales are not close to the end, the hair becomes dull, brittle and split. So be sure to bring the strands to dry!
4. You’re using the wrong comb
Plastic — no! If you wear straight hair, you will approach a comb with metal teeth — heated, they will work like mini-straighteners. If you draw the hair during the drying process, take a comb with natural bristles. Finally, if your hair is too much confused, generally give up combing during the drying process and only probely the strands with your fingers and then use the Tangle Teezer.
5. You neglect directional nozzle
Meanwhile, focused stream of air “sliding” along the hair, dropping of scales, and then they will be more shiny. Oh, and of course, the only dry hair from roots to ends, in any case not from the bottom up.