Big 90’s blowouts are back and achieving the massive volume and bounce is so much faster now. Learn how to perform a big body blowout!
“Using products that reduce drying time, brushes that heat up and blow dryers with ionic features all help to create a big body blowout in less time,” says Anna Peters, Sam Villa ArTeam Member and owner of re:TREAT Color + Hair Design Studio @annas_hair_retreat. See the technique here.
Here are 3 keys to a big body blowout:
- Apply a leave-in treatment and primer for soft long-lasting body, faster drying time and heat protection. Try a leave-in from K18 and/or Redken Quick Dry Primer.
- Make sure the air concentrator is attached and angled in a way that makes it easy for arms and body to move. Blow dry hair in the direction it should lay with the concentrator moving down the hair shaft for extra shine. The ionic feature on the Sam Villa Professional Light Ionic Blow Dryer will add extra shine.
- Once 80% dry, take large sections, elevate hair with 1.5” round brush for maximum volume and wrap around the barrel of a brush heating hair in that shape for body and movement. Clip hair into place with Sam Villa Dry Sectioning Clips (they won’t leave a mark in the hair) and cool completely. Once cool, remove clips and use hands to style.