Carolyn Hobbs Hair Dryer December 16th, 2017 - 10:52:47
In a perfect world we would all get perfect hair like that of supermodels every day. But, for most of us, it is a lot of work with our hair dryers - so it is important to make sure youre using the right one. Not all heat tools are created equal and its not always easy to know which is best for your blow and which ones can damage your hair. How do you know if your locks require an ion or a tourmaline? Which will give you the volume youre looking for? I have navigated the essential questions you may have with my years of experience with the good, the bad and the ugly.
It is not advisable for children to use hair dryers as their sizes are too small. Travel Hair dryers will suffer serious damages if they are dropped down. Adults should necessarily supervise their children while using hair dryers. Children should not hold the dryers too close to the scalp. These hair dryers should be preferably used in bed rooms as they could be dropped on bed to avoid damages. So hair dryers should be used carefully and cautiously. Users must not fail to go through the instructions which are specified in the manual. Dryers will have a longer life if they are used as per the instructions.
Once you have answers to these questions, it makes it much easier to weed through the vast assortment of hair dryers that you can choose from. However, whether your hair is damaged or not, always be certain that the dryer you select has ceramic and ionic technology. Why? These technologies are important in the drying process. In a nutshell, ionic technology helps evaporate the water quickly from your hair. Ceramic technology results in even heat distribution across the hair and eliminates damaging hot spots while using the dryer. The negative ions that are created break down the water drops into tiny particles that are absorbed into the hair shaft, and the drying time is reduced considerably. The end result is less damage to your hair and more hydration for shiny, healthy hair.
Metal and plastic heating systems literally boil the water off your hair. With your open hair cuticles taking so much heat, you will end up with frizzy and brittle tresses when you use ionic hair dryers. These days, however, professional-grade ceramic hair dryers have become available to home users. Unlike ionic systems, ceramic blow dryers produce negative charges that keep the hair cuticles closed. This, therefore, locks the moisture from your conditioning products inside the hair strand itself. Also, ceramic dryers use infrared heat. So, rather than boiling the water off your locks, the heat penetrates the hair strand instead. It heats your hair from the inside and this, in turn, makes the water evaporate from your tresses.