I don't use heat on my hair too often, but when I do, I always opt for soft curls. My hair is naturally poker straight and I am not a fan of that look, so I add some movement to it once a week. I don't know why, but it makes me feel much more feminine and confident.
BaByliss Pro ItaliaBRAVA is very powerful (2400W to be exact) and provides stronger air pressure and faster airflow (20,000rpm) to deliver the best results. I was worried that due to the extreme power, it will be very loud, but it is not. In fact, it is quieter than any other hair dryer I own. It features 2 ultra-slim nozzles, 12 heat/speed setting combinations, a cold shot and Nano Titanium & ionic technology for precise, ultra-smooth, high shine finish.
I must admit, I can't blow dry my hair 'properly'... I have tried to do an 'at home salon blow dry' many times, but I just can't. Just me? Or do you find it very difficult too? What I normally do is just split my hair into 3 sections and dry them from the roots down, brushing through with a round brush. I am sooo bad at this. Seriously...
Once my hair is completely dry, I use The Original Iron* by Cloud Nine (£129.95) and curl my hair with it. I am pretty sure that everyone knows this 'trick', but just in case you don't - watch a quick youtube tutorial and your life will change forever :) haha. The Cloud Nine straighteners are really good and they give me a better curl than my GHD's! I usually only curl from the mid-lengths down, for a more natural look, making sure to curl the front sections away from my face.
The Original Iron offers a variety of heat settings, from 100 degrees to 200 degrees. I use the highest setting, as the plates glide through the hair like a dream so the heat is only applied to each section for seconds. No dragging or catching the hair, thanks to the mineral infused plates.
|You can really see the healthy shine here.|
Do you style your hair with heat?