If your hair is straight…
1. Rub a few drops of smoothing serum between your palms, then run your hands down damp hair, from mid-shaft to ends, and comb through. (Try).
2. Rough-dry your hair by tousling it with your fingers until it is about 80% dry. (you can do this without a nozzle on, but remember the metal coils are very hot and can burn your hair.)
3. Place the nozzle back onto your blow dryer! Part your hair and secure the top layers with clips. Starting with the loose hair in the back, pull one-inch sections forward with a large, round, brush as you dry from roots to ends (we suggest a gripping brush available in salon). Unclip the top layers and continue drying this way.
4. Once your hair is completely dry, lightly mist a shine or anti-frizz spray. We suggest using. This will hold your hair in place and reduce frizz without the stiff sticky feel of normal hairspray.
If your hair is curly …
1: To straighten curls and remove all traces of frizz, you must tackle them while they’re still very damp. Begin by usingif you have very curly hair you can use .
2: Separate hair into five sections (top right, top left, middle back, bottom right, and bottom left) and secure each with a hair clip.
3: Starting at the front of your head, lift each section away from your scalp with a paddle brush, then slowly follow the brush with the dryer, directing the flow of air down the hair shaft. If your hair is very curly go over each section repeatedly until it’s 100 percent dry because any moisture will cause the hair to curl and frizz.
4: Spray hair when finished with a light, this will give your blow out the finished shiny look you want!