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    Celebrity Hair stylist Shares Hair Drying Tips

    A few months back I wrote an article on how to buy a hair dryer, after my favorite, professional Solano hair dryer died and I needed to buy another one. If you haven’t had the need to shop for one lately, you don’t know the confusion your up against. But I find many women spend hard earned money on a good hair dryer and don’t know how to get the most from the tool.

    “Hair Dying Tips”Using  hair drying techniques are something that those of us in the hair styling business take for granted. It is a shame that so few women really know the simple tricks of hair drying that can make or break your hair style. If you think you can benefit from more styling knowledge . . . ask away during your hair appointments for the simple hair drying tips you can practice at home.

    The sat down with celebrity hairdresser Andrew Collinge and asked him for some hair drying tips to obtain that “just came from the hair salon” hair style. If you don’t have time to read the whole article here are some favorite hair drying tips.

    “You’ll need a vent brush to lift the hair at the roots and a round brush with a large barrel and short bristles to pull the hair taut,” says Collinge. “Use a large paddle brush instead if you want a sleek, straight finish.”

    Once the hair is completely dry, tip your head forward and blast it on the cold setting which will seal the hair style.

    “For a special occasion,” says Collinge, “put five or six large Velcro rollers into the hair around the crown and diffuse the hair for 2-3 minutes, then let it cool down completely before removing the rollers. This will give the hair body and movement,”


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