Time to blow dry
Now you will need to section your hair. This is VERY important as you won’t be able to dry your hair as well and create the shape you are after without sectioning the hair. Start at the nape, leaving a three-inch section down, and clip the rest of the hair up out of the way.
Using a medium/large round brush, place your hair over the top of the brush and keep it in place. Set the dryer to a medium heat and apply over the root area, wafting it very gently. Once the root is 95 per cent dry, move the brush down through the hair to the mid-lengths and ends, creating a bend on the ends.
Once the first section is done, you’ll already see amazing volume but will be totally frizz-free where you have controlled your brush and hair dryer.
Continue taking two-inch sections, focusing on the roots first until they are 95% dry and then moving the brush down the hair to the mid-lengths and ends, continuing with that slight bend from the round brush on the very ends.
When you have finished the back and are ready to start on the front/hairline area, you need to change technique. You will now be holding the round brush directly on top of your head, working away from your face. Again, place the hair in the fringe/hairline area on top of the brush as normal and dry your roots to 95 per cent. Then, work the brush through to the ends, moving the brush upwards and backwards until completely dry.
Once the hair is totally dry, run your fingers through it to work that shape and finish off with a spritz of hairspray – nothing too heavy as this will make your gorgeous new blow dry sticky. I highly recommend Sebastian Professional Re-shaper. It’s a workable light/medium hold and anti-frizz hairspray.
This is my” go to” product for a beautiful, bouncy blow dry that even Kate Middleton would be proud of!