You’re not alone if you have a hard time breaking your addiction to your trusty flat iron, curling iron, or blow dryer. But, to avoid excessive damage from these tools, always use a thermal protection spray or serum to protect your hair cuticle. Some hair sprays and serums are specially made for damp hair, which is useful to protect hair during blow drying. I’m liking Redken Thermal Setting Mist, (splurge) or Tresemme Heat Tamer Spray Serum. There are plenty of good products for saving hair from excessive heat damage, the key is . . . to use one! Shine sprays and oils are another great option to combat heat damage and promote shiny healthy hair.
Velcro and hot rollers are incredible choices to add bob and volume to tired tresses. In addition, with the assistance of rollers, you can abstain from twisting, pleating, and smoothing hair with brutal warmth devices which will destroy dampness out of your hair. At the point when hair is 90% dry, apply Velcro rollers to give your style volume. Give your hair a chance to dry actually, or utilize a blow-dryer to set. After you evacuate the rollers, utilize a hair curling accessory or level iron if important to touch up your style. On the off chance that Velcro rollers aren't for you, attempt hot rollers on dry hair. Utilize greater rollers on the crown range to include volume. Tenderly run fingers through hair to unwind twists that are excessively bouncy. Spritz with hairspray, and you're finished.