No matter if you have curly hair or wavy hair, using a diffuser to dry your hair can be the difference between styling it at home or heading to the salon. In this post, I’ll go over how to use a diffuser for curly hair.
Choose the attachment that corresponds with the curl size you want.
Now that you’ve chosen one of your best hair dryers, it’s time to think about the diffuser. Diffusers come in various sizes and shapes. The shape of the diffuser affects the size of the curls or waves it will create. Generally speaking, smaller and rounder diffusers produce tighter and more uniform curls, while larger and flatter diffusers create loose waves.
If you have straight hair, try using a large flat diffuser for big bouncy waves
Dry hair with the diffuser before styling.
If you have a blow dryer, you can use the diffuser attachment to dry your hair. Grab a towel and squeeze out excess water. Gently blot your hair with the towel to absorb moisture the same way you would blot makeup instead of wiping it off.
You can also use a clean T-shirt or microfiber cloth if you don’t have a towel handy. Use a wide-toothed comb to get rid of any tangles in your hair before drying.
Some people find that heat makes their hair frizzy, but sometimes this is because they’re using too much heat at once or getting too close to their scalp.
If your curls are prone to frizz when dried, try keeping the heat on lower and moving further away from your head as you dry.
You can also add leave-in conditioner or protective spray before drying for added smoothness and curl enhancement.
Use the diffuser for a quick air-dry.
When you’re in a time crunch, or simply don’t want to over-do it on the heat styling, use the diffuser attachment of your blow dryer for a quick air-dry.
It will help speed up the process while also helping to reduce frizz and increase curl definition. Use low heat and low speed, place your blow dryer close to your head (but not touching), and allow hair to air dry by tousling curls with fingers.
Use your diffuser for a layered blowout.
You want to diffuse your hair in sections, starting at the bottom. Pick up the first section and clip it up using bobby pins. Start with the next layer, comb through the product, and gently tousle hair while diffusing.
There are a few different ways you can do this depending on how you want your curls to look. You can either use your fingers to create waves or gently twist them into coils or spirals before diffusing them.
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Then start on the next layer, working your way up until you get all of your hair pinned except for the top section, think of it as a layered blowout.
Once that’s done, it’s time to go back down again one final time with just one last layer left undone from earlier when we started our layers: This will give us a chance at some beautiful volume in our roots if we diffuse properly by lifting each curl and letting cool airflow through before scrunching them back together as well as keeping them separate so they don’t get too weighed down when drying over an extended period of time (like overnight).
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