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  • how do you dry your hair?

    do you rub your hair dry or pat?
    i remember reading somewhere before that rubbing your hair dry will cause it to be frizzy but i'm not sure if its true.

  • #2
    i just squeeze all the excess water out with my hands. lightly pat it with my towel and then leave it to dry naturally. i'm too much of a klutz with a hairdryer on one hand and a brush on the other.

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    • #3
      I always rub awhile before i leave it to dry or blow dry. Erm didn't know rubbing can cause frizziness.

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      • #4
        I just let it dry naturally..

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        • #5
          Wow. for me.., just put the towel on my hair, rub.rub.rub. Comb, leave it to dry. That's it. heh.

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          • #6
            lovedust: hee.. IIRC, that was the only time i read about this. thought maybe rubbing causes static? u know like when u rub a balloon on ur hair? lol.. my own theory.
            maybe not frizziness? flyaway hair then..

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            • #7
              like i always say, i seldom care about my hair.

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              • #8
                i will also choose to towel dry my hair abit, and then to let it be naturally dry

                guess its better than to blowdry

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                • #9
                  I'll squeese all the water out from my hair, wrap it up with my towel and walk around the house for around 5 mins, take it off and dry it in front of a fan.

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                  • #10
                    -Squeeze water out from hair

                    -Put hair in in a turban

                    -brush my teeth, do my skincare

                    -Let go of turban & air dry!

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                    • #11
                      haha yes stella, the "turban" method. think quite a few people do it too

                      oh yes, once again, my failing memory strikes me. but from the back of my head i recall something about not brushing your hair when its wet, cos it might give split ends?

                      okay it sounds a lil silly now...
                      Last edited by saphiration; 22-09-2004, 04:25 PM.

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                      • #12
                        i have to blow dry my hair every morning. If i wait for it to dry naturally, i'll be late for sch...

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                        • #13
                          It's true that you should not rub your hair with a towel, rather you should just squeeze out the excess water gently.

                          I usually squeeze out the excess water, let it air dry for a short while before blow drying. Can't really air dry coz it takes at least 2 hours for my thick long hair to dry, even longer during winter.

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                          • #14
                            hrmm.. but isn't blow drying back to the ends of your hair as well? thought it causes your hair to lose moisture?

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                            • #15
                              Too much blowdrying is of coz bad for hair, but there's really nothing I can do about it. Unless I want to walk around with wet hair in winter and freeze to death. I do try to air dry my hair during the hotter months. Anyway with blowdrying you just really have to protect your hair prior to using the blowdryer. Use a leave in conditioner or protective spray. Also do not use the hair dryer till your hair is 100% dry, around 80% is fine. I only wash my hair every other day, so it's not too bad.

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