How To Preserve A Blowout?

Check out this blog post for tips on how to keep your blowout looking fresh for days!

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1.Start with a clean slate

Start with a clean slate. Make sure your hair is clean and dry before you start styling. If it’s dirty or oily, your blowout won’t last as long.

2. Prep your hair.
Use a heat protectant spray on damp hair before you blow-dry. This will help prevent damage from the hot tools.

3. Use the right brush.
A round brush will help give you volume and smooth out your hair at the same time. Start from the roots and work your way down to the ends.

4. Don’t forget about your scalp.
Massage your scalp with your fingers as you’re blow-drying. This will help increase circulation and give you a healthy shine.
5. Use the cool setting.
After you’re done blow-drying, switch to the cool setting to help set your style in place

2.Wash your hair with a clarifying shampoo

If you have time before your blowout, start by Washing your hair with a clarifying shampoo. A clarifying shampoo will remove any product buildup or oil on your scalp that could weigh down your blowout. If you don’t have time to wash your hair before your blowout, try dry shampooing your hair to absorb any excess oil.

3.Use a deep conditioner

If you have time, use a deep conditioner once a week. You can do this by applying the conditioner to your hair, wrapping it in a towel, and letting it sit for at least 30 minutes before shampooing it out. This will help keep your hair hydrated and prevent it from drying out.

4.Rinse your hair with cold water

Rinsing your hair with cold water is one of the best ways to preserve a blowout. Cold water helps to seal the cuticle, which prevents frizz and protects your hair from heat damage.

5.Dry your hair with a microfiber towel

If you have time, allow your hair to air dry about 70-80% of the way before using a blow dryer. If you must use a blow dryer, make sure to use a diffuser attachment to help prevent frizz. When your hair is almost completely dry, switch to a cool setting on your blow dryer and give your hair a final blast of cool air. This will help seal in moisture and give your hair a shiny finish.

Once your hair is completely dry, it’s time to style! If you’re not sure how to style your blowout, consult a professional stylist.

6.Apply a heat protectant

If you want to know how to preserve a blowout, you have to begin by using the right shampoo and conditioner. Look for products that are specifically designed for color-treated hair. These products will help to preserve your hair color and keep it from fading.

In addition to using the right shampoo and conditioner, you should also use a heat protectant before you style your hair. Heat protectants will help to prevent your hair from being damaged by the heat of your hair dryer, curling iron, or straightener.

Once you have shampooed and conditioned your hair, towel it dry and then apply a generous amount of heat protectant to your strands. You can use a brush to help distribute the product evenly. Make sure that you focus on the ends of your hair, as this is where the most damage occurs.

After you have applied the heat protectant, blow-dry your hair on a low setting. Once your hair is mostly dry, you can then begin styling it as usual.

7.Section your hair

The first step in getting a good blowout is to section your hair. This will ensure that each section of your hair is evenly blown out. To section your hair, take a rat tail comb and divide your hair into 4 even sections. Clip each section up so that it is out of the way.

8.Use a round brush

8. Use a round brush: A round brush with good tension helps to preserve your blowout by giving it extra hold and keeping it from getting frizzy. Just be sure not to use a brush with too much tension, as this can damage your hair.

9.Blow dry your hair

9.Blow dry your hair
Start by using a heat protectant on your damp hair. Then, using a round brush, blow dry your hair in sections. Make sure to keep the blow dryer moving so you don’t overheat one spot on your hair. When you’re finished, use a cool setting to give your hair a blast of cool air. This will help seal in your blowout.

10.Finish with a cool blast

Turn the cold tap on full blast and hold your head under it for around 30 seconds. Apply a styling product to lock in your look.