[Batiste Dry Shampoo, John Frieda Serum, Lee Stafford Repair Oil Serum, Toni&Guy Rough Texturiser and Toni&Guy Salt Spray]
I never used to be a big blowdry person but now I could hardly imagine myself not drying my hair with a hairdryer! But as someone with incredibly frizzy hair whilst still being someone who wants texture means that I've had to come up with my own recipe for the perfect blow dry.
First thing I do is apply the John Frieda serum to my hair when it's wet, but focus on the middle and ends to avoid greasy roots. I then brush it through. I then apply a couple of pumps of the Lee Stafford hair oil to just the ends. Then I blow dry it! But when I do this, I have to split up my hair into sections to make sure it dries fully. When my hair is partially dry, I spray the littlest amount of salt spray in the ends of my hair to give it the slightest bit of texture but the heat from the hairdryer means that my hair doesn't go crunchy.
Once my hair is dry, I spray a bit of the Dry Texturising spray (which is an incredible dupe for the Oribe version) into my roots to give a great mussed up look without having to worry about my hair looking frizzy!
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