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Article: Blow drying v/s natural drying hair!

Blow drying v/s natural drying hair!

Blow drying v/s natural drying hair!

Unlock the Secret to Healthier Hair: Why Blow-Drying Could be Better Than Air-Drying.

Air drying or not highly depends upon the humidity of where you live. If you live in a low humid area where your hair dries naturally as soon as you step out of the shower, you're totally okay to air dry it. But if you live in a humid area where your hair tends to stay wet for longer, you may want to consider blow drying.

Why to blow dry hair in humid areas?

We usually tend to pull back or comb wet hair to be able to manage them till the time they dry up. But wet hair is weaker. The proteins form weaker bonds than when the hair is dry and hence the likelihood of damage is more.

When you comb your wet hair, the hair stretches. Unfortunately, when hair is stretched, it doesn’t come back into shape like a rubber band can. Instead, the stretching deforms the cuticle, causing cuticle edges to lift up and crack & hence damaging your hair.

One of the easiest and most common ways to dry your hair after washing, rather than waiting hours, is to leave it alone until it's about 75% dry. Once you’ve allowed nature to take its course and your hair is slightly damp, take your hair dryer and blow-dry your hair the rest of the way.

This is the healthiest way to dry your hair after a shower and also super-convenient. Allow your hair to air dry post-shower instead of using a hairdryer excessively, potentially causing damage. When your hair is drenched in moisture, the act of blow-drying has the potential to ensnare water within the delicate strands, causing it to simmer. By opting for the initial air-dry method, you safeguard your locks from harm.

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