What is a Blowout? A Blowout is a hairstyling technique that gives extra volume, intense shine and strengthens and fortifies each strand. A blowout starts with your hair being washed. Once it is washed your stylist will carefully section it into areas and carefully blow dry them with a round brush Special care is taken to ensure the treatment is applied evenly to the hair. A blowout is a great splurge and can last up to a week. We love having you in the salon, but there may be times where you want the same treatment and can’t get in. This could be when you are on vacation or before an event that is right after work. Unfortunately, the problem with doing a blowout at home is it is very time consuming and can be very tiresome on your arms because you have to hold the brush in one hand and the blow dryer in the other. One way to make this easier is to buy a salon quality blow dryer that is light and efficient. This GAMA dryer made in Italy is top of the line and works great. Secret to the Best Home Blowout One of the best inventions to solve the home blowout difficulties is the Revlon One-Step Hair Dryer and Volumizer. It is a blow dryer and a round brush combined into one piece. This amazing tool allows you to blow dry and brush at the same time. You can now switch between hands and rest the other one. This is a game change from doing it yourself and holding up both objects for up to 30 minutes.
Here are still some pro-tips that you should follow for the best result.
Make sure that you towel dry your hair first. I like to wrap the head with a towel for a few minutes and wring out as much moisture as possible.
Section your hair into at least four quadrants. I like to use these clips to hold the hair in place.
Keep the brush moving and be careful not to stay in one spot for too long
Additional Home Blowout Tips Brush out any knots or tangles before you get started. You could use a regular brush for this step that will be lighter and easier on your arms.
Blow dry up, under and around in a sweeping motion.
Blow dry the the top forward / backward for more lift
I don’t recommend this tool for someone with very long hair. I don’t think it will give you the desired results. I recommend this for someone with short or medium hair Knowing how to do a home blowout is a great tool to have in your hair tool kit. Give it a shot and let me know how it turns out! Be Beautiful!