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October 7, 2008

A “Blow Out” How-To from Monroe Brush

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A “Blow Out” How-To from Monroe Brush

Don’t let a sad blow dry ruin the perfect cut you just gave to a client.  Monroe Brush shows you how to take a cut and give it style with this Blow Out Step-by-Step. A perfect blow dry is all in the details, and here they are, one-by-one. If you feel like your styling skills are a little under par, or if you’re looking for a new technique, follow along with these steps from Monroe Brush.


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HOW-TO STEPS

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    First, section the hair into small, manageable sections.

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    Section the back from the top to the nape area.

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    Start the blow dry with the bottom section.

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    Make sure to lift the hair when you start the blow dry.

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    Position the dryer at an angle and place the nozzle perpendicular to the brush.

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    Make sure when you blow dry the ends of each section you guide them in the direction you want.

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    Continue blow drying each section in order.

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    Leave at least half an inch between the hair and the blow dryer.

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    Follow the brush from roots to ends with the dryer always facing the ends of the hair.

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    Follow the sections in order.

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    Always work with sections that fit comfortably within the brush.

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    Blow dry following the natural flow of the hair.

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    Make sure you blow dry the ends completely before moving onto the next section.

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    For more volume, lift the brush as you blow dry.

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    Leave the upper front section for last.

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    The front is always the last section to blow dry.

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    Always use a finishing brush to mold the desired style.

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    Tease the back of the hair, in small sections, starting close to the roots.

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