How to Use a Hair Dryer for Small Hairs
If you’re looking for a quick tutorial on how to use a hair dryer for small hairs, this is it. I’ll show you everything that you need to know. You won’t believe what I am about to show you.
When you’ve finished styling your hair, you may notice some small hairs sticking out. You can get these hairs to lie flat by using a hair dryer.
- Gather the small hairs that tend to stick out after you’ve styled your hair. Use your fingers or a brush to gather the hair and use a clip or binder to hold the rest of your hair out of the way.
- Hold the dryer in one hand and adjust it so it’s facing down at whatever area you’re styling at that moment. Start with the small hairs around your forehead and work your way back, being sure to use a mirror if necessary so you can see what’s going on at the back of your head.
- Once all of those stray hairs have been tamed, turn off the dryer and release any remaining loose strands from their bindings. If any remaining flyaway hairs are left behind, repeat step 2 until they are gone as well.
You’re going to need a hair dryer. If you don’t have one, there’s probably a neighbor who’ll be willing to give you theirs, or maybe there’s one lying around your house already.
Just make sure it has a cool setting because that’s what will keep the hair from getting frizzy and falling out in clumps.
Next, plug it in and turn it on to the cool setting. Hold the dryer in one hand, with the nozzle part facing down towards your head. Since we’ve only got small hairs here, you can use your other hand to brush through your hair while the dryer is running.
Brush gently though, you don’t want to knock any of the hairs loose too early. Once all of the hairs are gone and this should be quick if you did everything right, turn off the dryer and unplug it immediately so that later generations may benefit from this simple but effective method as well.
Hold the dryer with the cool side facing downward, toward your hair, and move it up and down slowly.
You can also point the hair dryer downward, toward your scalp, as you dry. The cool side of the hair dryer should be facing down. Be careful not to hold it in one place for too long; move it up and down slowly. Don’t use a blow dryer on your face or around your eyes.
You should stop if you experience any burning sensation. Turn off the hair dryer. If it does not stop burning, turn off the hair dryer and let your hair dry naturally.
As with any hot tool, the heat can cause damage if you don’t use it properly. The first step is to make sure that your dryer is set on a low heat setting. This will be enough for short, fine hair. As for the rest of your body, don’t use a hair dryer on wet areas of skin, you can end up burning yourself. Also, never leave your hair dryer turned on for long periods at a time, again, there’s the risk of getting burned or causing damage to your skin. And, as these are safety precautions more than anything else, please do not let small children use the hair dryer by themselves.