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Washing your hair in winter is, likely, the bane of your existence (ours too). So when we absolutely have to wash it – we’re talking going on a week of just dry shampoo – we follow this plan to ensure that a.) we won’t be cold for too long, b.) everything will dry pretty and frizz-free, and c.) we can do as little as possible.
The topic of air drying your hair can be tricky. Some people rely solely on blow dryers, while others, like this very blog post writer, has never owned one. People can also be very particular about their styling routines. But if you don’t know where to start or want to start spending less time prepping your hair or have an interest in changing things up, we’re here to help.
Our 3-step no-fail plan for the perfect air dry also only involves 3 products – see, we told you, super easy! All you’ll need is a Wet Brush (this is a MUST and a gamechanger. If you don’t own one already, do your hair the favor and buy immediately. Combing our wet hair has never been easier), Bumble and Bumble’s Don’t Blow It, and Living Proof’s 5-in-1 Styling Treatment.
Apply Living Proofs 5-in-1 to the mid-shaft and ends of your hair, using whatever’s left over on your hands at the roots. We normally flip our head upside down to do this, as we find it easier and quicker.
Comb through your hair with the heavenly Wet Brush. Praise it’s magic. Promise it you’ll never leave it. Part your hair as preferred.
Take a quater-sized amount of the Don’t Blow It, rub it through your hands, and apply to your hair, focusing on the roots first to provide added volume. Apply a dime-size more scrunched up in the ends of your hair for some wave definition.
Now, all you need to do is go to sleep while your hair is semi-damp and you’ll wake up with dry, beautiful hair, usually with a bit of a wave. You’re welcome, fellow lazy girls.