PREPARE YOUR HAIR
After you’ve washed your hair, let it air dry for a few minutes. This helps maintain your hair healthy and strong while also reducing the time you spend drying it.
Apply a protective product or other products like leave-in conditioner, blow out cream, etc. once it has dried a little but is still damp.
Make sure they don’t get too close to the extension cords.
FIRST AND FOREMOST
To get the best shine and bounce, dry your roots to about 70% using the cold setting on your extensions.
Begin with the fundamentals. Keep the blowdryer away from your scalp and connections to avoid bending them, but make sure the roots are dry.
A TEMATIC SYSTEM APPROACH
After you’ve finished with the scalp, use a round brush to blow dry your hair in parts.
Begin at the back and work your way to the sides, finishing with the pieces that set the tempo.
To keep the hair looking sleek and straight, make sure the nozzle is pointed downward. To ensure that your natural hair and hair extensions seem properly merged and natural, dry them in the same portions.
TOUCHES OF FINISHING
Use other heat styling tools like a flat iron or curling iron to finalize or enhance the look once the hair is completely dry.
Using your straight blow-dried hair as a base, a flat iron can smooth wavy sections and a curling iron can create a variety of looks.
To keep the hairdo in place, use a setting product.