How to dry each hairstyle
1. Straight hair
Step 1: Gently pat your hair with a microfiber towel, remove water from the hair as much as possible. This kind of towel can not only prevent your hair from being frizzy, but also dry quickly (about half the normal time). You can also use tissue or T-shirt instead.
Step 2: Once your hair is dry about 50%, use a wide tooth comb to fix the tangled hair.
Step 3: Use gel on your hair. Start at the ends upward. Use your fingers to caress your hair. Gel should be used when your hair is still damp to prevent the hair from drying.
2. Wavy hair
Step 1: Always use microfiber towel to remove water from hair. Do not rub your hair too hard as we normally do. Then use a big comb or your fingers to comb the hair.
Step 2: When your hair is 70% dry, use water spray. Water spray can make your hair look shiny and enhance nutrients, protect your hair from thermal and chemical effects. Spray a little water onto the hair, and then use your hand to lift and stroke your hair lightly. If you want to make your hair become wavier, twist it into small strands and then pull gently before using more water spray.
3. Curly hair
Step 1: You do not have curly hair brushed. Instead, use the fingers to fix the tangled hair.
Step 2: Whip your hair back and forth by moving your head.
Step 3: If you want your hair to be curlier, use gel or hair cream.
4. Natural hair
Step 1: After finishing washing, shake your hair lightly to shake off water. Then use microfiber towel to gently stroke your hair, follow its direction.
Step 2: To prevent natural hair from being dry, you need other products like protective and caring dry conditioner, oil and cream. Protective and caring dry conditioner helps your hair absorb water better. Oil is absorbed into the hair and cream is the final step in moisturizing it.
By: Vivian Henderson