Tips for a blow-dried haircut with a lot of volume à la Brigitte Bardot.
Freshly blow-dried hair is something that can not match in terms of happiness. But let’s be honest, who really has the time for that? So here: four ways to blow-dry your hair in five minutes for a haircut à la Brigitte Bardot.
Blow-drying your hair? This way you have perfectly blow-dried hair within five minutes
1. Big brush
Dry your wet hair with your hands (no brush) until it is almost dry. Use an anti-frizz cream to tame your hair and give your locks some shine. Grab a large thermal brush and blow-dry your hair. Start at the roots for extra volume. See how to do that here:
2. Curling iron
A little cheating with a curling iron will save you a lot of time. Start blow-drying at the root for volume and make sure the rest of your hair is dry. Then curl your locks with a curling iron.
Tips for a blow-dried haircut with a lot of volume:
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The least work you have on this hack: put volume mousse in dry hair (on the scalp and in the tips) and divide the hair into six sections. Then twist each section into a bun and secure with an elastic. The trick is to do this as neatly as possible so that there are no crazy twists in the points. Then blow-dry your hair and let the buns cool down as you continue your morning routine.
Put a set of rollers in almost dry hair and focus on the top of the hair and the parts framing the face. Then blow-dry and let the rollers sit when you are getting ready. Use a boar bristles brush to gently brush out your locks and add extra shine. Et voilà: a blow-dried look that Brigitte Bardot would be jealous of!
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