If you follow me on Instagram, you know my obsession with the Revlon One Step Hair Dryer. I use it to blow dry and straighten my hair all at once in under 15 minutes! If that’s not winning, I honestly don’t know what is! Especially given how little time I have nowadays to get ready with my two munchkins running around, it’s like my lifesaver!
I wanted to kind of explain how I use it because I don’t use it like a brush, but more like a round brush to get that blowout look. It always leaves my hair smooth and shiny! I mean, there are flyways, but I just use my leave in conditioner to smooth them down and I’m good to go!
Don’t be shocked if it’s hard the first time! It took me about a week to figure out how I wanted to use it to get the look I was going for. But now that I know exactly how to use it, getting ready has sped up drastically! I didn’t get to take it to Europe, and when I got home, it was like the first thing I wanted to hug because I missed it so much! If that doesn’t say enough things about how amazing it is, I don’t know what to tell you.
Alright, lets get to it! I’m so excited to share this since I use this thing ALL THE TIME!!
1 // I start with partially air dried hair. After I get out of the shower, I get dressed, do my makeup, and let my hair get about 50-60% dry. I know many people who use it from straight wet to blow dry, but I find that takes a bit longer for me. It’s easier and faster, if I let some of the moisture out and make my kids’ lunches or answer some emails while I let it just hang out.
2 // I have pretty thin hair but a good amount, so I normally do this in about 4 sections. Before I start blow-drying, I’ll use a heat protectant for my hair and comb out any knots. I start at the very bottom section, and clip up most of my hair.
I try to start at the root with the hairdryer and do the motion of a round brush so it curls inward. I’ll even hold the blow dryer there for a quick second at the root to really let it get dry before I run it through my hair.
4 // Once I’ve finished that section, I’ll move on to the next section and continue with the same motions of curling inwards towards my face. The only thing I do different with section 2 and 3, is occasionally I’ll blow dry some hair away from my face so that my hair falls more naturally.
5 // For the very top, I like to blow-dry forward over my face, then to the to the sides, and in all directions to be able to flip it in any direction and let the hair fall more naturally.
And that’s it! If you’ve get less hair, do it in less sections, and it’ll probably take you less time! This tool is a god send and I’m absolutely obsessed with it in every which way!
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