However, the time consuming nature of air drying means you need to be ready to move more readily in the mornings if you want the best of both worlds!
How can you go about making sure that air drying your hair is going to be possible and easy in the mornings?
Once done in the shower, make sure that you take the time to use cool water alone to rinse it out. Cold water seals hair cuticles and keeps in the moisture that your conditioner introduced in the first place!
How, though, does this matter in the bigger picture of how to air dry your hair?
Start off by giving your hair a light brush afterward, too. Wet hair is more fragile so you naturally want to take it slow – use microfiber bristle brushes as they tend to help your hair get shaped even when wet so you can style it when air drying.
Also, look to re-apply the product used on a minimal level once it beings to dry out a little. Depending on the kind of hair that you have though this is not always a necessity. Throw a bit of extra product in there for moisture and to get rid of any frizz that might begin to form when air drying your hair.
Lastly, make sure that while your hair is air drying you aren’t touching it every two seconds. Playing with it adds the chance for static as well for frizz to generate, so avoid doing so. Keep your hands to yourself and you’ll soon find that air drying is no more complex, challenging or time consuming than using a damaging dryer!
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