HAIR: WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW — when using a hair dryer look for signs of over heating

DO YOU HAVE A SICK HAIR DRYER? How to reduce HEAT DAMAGE to your HAIR Updated OCT 2022

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DO YOU HAVE A SICK HAIR DRYER? How to reduce HEAT DAMAGE to your HAIR Updated OCT 2022

DO YOU HAVE A SICK HAIR DRYER? How to REDUCE HEAT DAMAGE to your HAIR Update Oct 2022 The function of a hair dryer is to take air from the back of the dryer, heat the air over a heating coil then force it out the front of the barrel with or without a nozzle.  Have you ever asked yourself WHY is my hair dryer burning hair and scalp? Does your hairdryer start and stop when you use it? What to check for…..  Check the cord to see if the thickness is the same from the plug to the dryer’s...

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COLD WEATHER and your HAIR, when the temperature drops from +0 fahrenheit to -0 fahrenheit

Best Brush Blow-drying brush Boar bristle Brushes BRUSH FOR cold weather and your hair Conditioners dehydration in the winter Ease of use and SPEED Fine hair HAIR JOURNEY Healthy Hair heat damage of hair How to eliminate static humidity more manageable and less flyaway Natural bristle brush overheating/burning your hair preventing droopy hair Self Care Hair Care Shampoos Treatments Weekly Treatments when the temperature drops what changes do I need to make in my hair routine when using a hair dryer look for signs of over heating Winter Hair Care

COLD WEATHER and your HAIR, when the temperature drops from +0 fahrenheit  to -0 fahrenheit

  COLD WEATHER and your HAIR: when the temperature drops from +0 fahrenheit to -0 fahrenheit. What you need to know when the temperature drops; what changes do I need to make in my hair routine.  Colder weather will have you using your hair dryer more often. When using a hair dryer routinely look for signs of overheating. This can be as simple as checking the filter on the back of your hair dryer for lint, this chokes the motor causing it to overheat and in some cases smoke or even worse catch on fire! We are often unaware of the...

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