How to Make Your Blowout Last Longer
Everyone loves the way their hair looks on that first day with a blowout. And the better you take care of your blowout in the days following, the longer you can go in between appointments. Of course, that begs the question we get asked most frequently: How the heck can I maintain that first-day fabulousness for as long as possible?
Not to worry, beautiful Blissies! We have some proven tips for making your blowout last longer—and continue looking amazing!
We know, we know—with such beautiful, soft flowing locks, how can you keep your hands from stroking those tresses? But you must resist! The oils in your hands will weigh down your hair faster than you can say “Go Broncos”.
Break Out a Shower Cap
Keeping your blowout dry is essential. And as careful as you think you are in the shower, there’s no way to completely avoid stray water. Except…shower caps! Tap into your inner grandma and embrace the cap in the name of your blowout.
Dry Shampoo Is Your Best Friend
After day 2, you may start to notice a little greasiness starting along your roots. When that happens, it’s time to break out every blowout gal’s secret hair weapon: dry shampoo. It’s great for absorbing oil and even perking up the volume. And here’s a little-known hair hack: spray some in BEFORE bed and let it go to work overnight.
Add Some Shine
You might find your hair starts to look a little dull after a couple of day, we recommend trying a lightweight shine spray. A couple of spritzes will not only add beautiful shine, it will also help tame any flyaways.
Get Silky Smooth
Here’s a tip that’s not only helps keep your blowout beautiful, but it also adds a touch of glamour to your bedroom: use silk pillowcases. The satiny material will help reduce static, frizz and hair creases. Another bonus: it’s nice and cool in the summer!
Give It a Twist
Another pro sleeping tip is to twist your hair into a loose bun or a high ponytail. This will keep your hair from getting tangled and messy, which will be easier to style in the morning with minimal fuss.
Don’t Sweat It
Obviously, getting sweaty is counterproductive to good hair. But if you gotta sweat it out at the gym, stock up on some moisture-wicking headbands.
So, now that you know how to make your blowout last longer, it’s time to take that first step—booking your blowout appointment!