How to Blow Dry Hair to a Bounce – Like a Stylist

How to Blow Dry Hair to a Bounce-Like a Stylist

No one says blow dry bouncy hair like Gabrielle Union.

To learn how to get bouncy curls like Mrs Union just keep reading.

Follow the tips and tricks that we’re given away today, I’m going to show you how the experts get bouncy hair bold and they leave you sashaying out of that salon chair.

Now, let’s say it up front that salon bouncy does takes some time and a bit of technique with the brush. However, you can break these steps down by preparing an advance. This way your results will be outstanding.

Now let’s jump into the magic.

How to Blow Dry Hair to a Bounce-Like a Stylist

First off, you’re going to need tools to add to this arsenal, below is the list of tools you need to make all this happen without a hitch.

  • 1 Comb
  • 1 Medium round brush
  • 1 Hair dryer
  • Blow dry spray
  • 6 Clips to section off your hair

Once you’ve put this arsenal together begin going step by step with the directions below.

  • Wash your hair thoroughly: shampoo and condition your hair, it’s important to get this step in your mind as is easy for your hair to turn out flat with products if it’s very fine and not freshly clean. Through this step is important it’s equally important that you use quality shampoo that will moisturize your hair thoroughly. A conditioner that has the is centrals 2 condition the follicle of the scalp is equally important. We have more articles on what shampoos and what conditioners work best with different scalps here on our blog.
  • Squeeze water out of hair gently: your hair should be damp but not dripping wet so you can get ready to apply some of the products, if you’re working with the really long hair or hair extensions you may want to do a 30 to 45 second hair dry just to get the excess water out of the hair.

How to Blow Dry Hair to a Bounce-Like a Stylist

  • Apply a styling product that is a volumizer: this is also known as a blow dry spray and will help to add volume in giving a final hole to the hair once you’re done. This can also help to reduce the amount of heat that you’re applying to the scalp and hair itself.
  • Use a comb to create your part: this will help to add more volume and give you more bounce to the ounce.
  • Section your hair: your section clips can be like hands by holding you’re here in place I think fantastic tools for your arsenal, you can section your hair in four equal sections by imagining a horizontal line from the front of your forehead to the back of your neck as well as a vertical line from ear to ear and sectioning those 4 sections off using the clips. You may have extra hair which is why we advise that you have six clips instead of only four.
  • Now it’s time to brush using a round brush will help you to add volume to your hair and the sections, we suggest the medium brush but if you want stacked volume than the smaller brushes would help to create smaller curls and waves, and the larger brushes will create larger ones.