It has become clear that working with your hair’s natural texture, as opposed to molding it with heat, will give you perfectly tousled, imperfect hair. Save time and save your hair from damage with these tips. Who knew air-drying hair required so much planning!?
After washing your hair, towel drying hair properly is a must. It’s important to try and get most of the water out so it can be dry by the time you get to work, school, meeting, etc. Don’t be too rough with your hair to avoid knots. If needed, comb through your hair once at most.
Add some product to your hair as well to tame it some during the drying process. You can use a salt spray for some texture, hair oil if you have fine or straight hair but keep it minimal. Try teasing your hair around the crown and then leave it alone. Don’t play with your hair – it’ll ruin the finished product.
If you’re looking to get additional waves in your, tie it in a low bun while hair is air drying. Once your hair is dry and you let it loose, it will have textured waves that look effortless.
We want to know: Will you give this look a try? Or is blow drying the only way to go?