Hairstyles: Tips for the Best Blowout
Feb 16, 2012
Like most professional women, I can’t afford bi-weekly trips to the salon for blowouts. So I blowdry my own hair, every morning. Some of the best tips that I have ever read for creating a better blowout come from the lovely ladies at The Beauty Department, founded by Lauren Conrad.
The best tip on the sheet? Blowdry your bangs first. It really helps everything else fall into place. So if you’re looking for some great tips on creating a smoother, more voluminous blowout, click the link above.
And if you’re looking for a new blowdryer, I just purchased a T3 Pro ($130) at the GiltCity sale last week, and I love it. My one complaint is the placement of the power button, but it’s a small matter. Three speeds, heat settings and it comes with a real concentrator, not those fake ones Conair gives you.
Yes, it is a LOT of money to spend on a blow dryer. But I run through hair dryers like most women go through cotton balls. I blew out four dryers in 2011 alone. So for me, the overrall cost will probably be the same.
If you want to try the Tourmaline power of a T3 dryer, and save a little money, the T3 Veloce Dryer is $99 and Skinstore is currently running a $20-off purchases of over $100 special (code RED20).