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Last updated: January 11, 2021

High-Volume Bombshell Blowouts: Tips & Techniques

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2 Blowout Techniques For Long Layers

Show off luxurious long-layered cuts and stunning money pieces with a major blowout that will keep your clients coming back. These two quickie videos—short techniques in one minute or less—show you how to achieve a voluminous blowout, so keep scrolling to watch!

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1. Perfect Base Blowdry

Watch BTC Team Member Chris Jones (@chrisjones_hair) create a strong blow-dry foundation for further styling in this clip.



Takeaway Tips:

  • Chris begins blowouts with the Dyson Supersonic™ Hair Dryer Professional Edition’s smoothing nozzle, which allows for a wider airflow, to prep and remove at least 50 percent of the moisture. Then he switches to the styling concentrator, which is narrower and more precise to allow for more control, when he begins round-brushing. “This truly does speed up the blow-dry time,” he says.
  • Direct airflow down the hair shaft from roots to ends to maximize shine and dramatically reduce frizz.
  • Once brushes are set, Chris finishes blowouts with the constant cold heat setting to lock in shine and volume.


2. Bombshell Blowout

BTC Team Member Philip Wolff (@philipwolffhair) gave his client a bouncy, sexy look to bring out her long layers. 



Takeaway Tips:

  • Start the blowout in the front, not the back. Why? Clients like to see their transformation in action, and starting in the front lets them see results right away!
  • Overdirect the hair and work against her natural part to create more volume.
  • Customize heat and airflow settings:
    • Adjust the heat setting based on the client’s hair. The Dyson Supersonic™ Hair Dryer Pro Edition has four precise heat settings (fast drying, regular drying, gentle drying and constant cold), plus it measures air temperature 20 times a second to regulate heat and prevent extreme heat damage.
    • Personalize the blowout with three precise airflow settings. For clients with damage and severely color-treated hair, you can skip the heat and avoid further damage because the stronger airflow will allow the air to do the work for you. 



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