Hairstylists have been known to work magic with just a hairdryer and a brush, and now you can too. Here's how to get the perfect hair blow out
Now that you've prepped your hair, it's time to section it before you blow dry. First, part your hair. Next, Yoshi recommends sectioning the hair into four pieces -- two sections in the front, two sections in the back. The front sections should contain all the hair from your temple to the back of your ear. Use a clip to gather each section of hair.
To section the back, continue your part down the back of your head. Gather the hair from behind the ear to the part and clip. Do the same to the other side.
The reason for this type of sectioning: your brush. The width of your brush should match the width of the section of hair. If your hair is wider than the brush, then each section of hair won't have the same amount of tension when you pull the brush, says Yoshi. Some pieces will loosely hang off the brush or won't even be caught in the bristles. (If you don't use equal tension throughout your hair, you'll see bumps and ridges in your finished blow out.)
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