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How To: Quick & Easy Blow Out on Natural Hair

Hey Sistas! This by far the quickest and easiest Blow Out on my natural hair that I’ve ever achieved. What made this Blow Out so different? Well, the blow dryer I used is hands down the best one I’ve ever used to blow out my hair. It’s the same blow dryer I used in my Bantu Knot Out tutorial and it’s definitely my favorite. I straightened my hair with a flat iron after I finished blowing out my hair, and not only did it give my hair extra shine, it drastically cut down my styling time. A Blow Out/Flat Iron using the tension method used to take forever, but this time it literally took like 30-35 minutes. That’s extremely quick, especially considering the thickness of my hair. OK, lets get started!

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The Process:

Step 1: Start with freshly washed, detangled hair that has been sectioned into about 10 large twists
Step 2: Unravel the first twist, place half of the hair that was twisted above the section that you’re working on, and add a hair clip to secure it
Step 3: Spray your heat protectant to the section
Step 4: Start from the bottom with the dryer and work your way up to your roots. Pass it through your hair at different angles – from the bottom, top, etc.
Step 5: Repeat steps 3 & 4 until you’ve completed your entire head
Step 6: Optional: Use a hair pick to comb it out and give it the look you want to achieve

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That’s it! Let me know if you end up trying this technique in the comments or in The Sistahood Forum! And subscribe to our YouTube channel to view more videos and stay updated on new uploads!


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Written by India

India is the oldest sister in the trio. She loves sharing natural hair styles, tips, and inspiring women to embrace their natural beauty.

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  1. Love this blowout, hopefully I can recreate this look with. All though my hair dryer is trash I’m have to put it on high and drench my hair in heat protectant to stay away from heat damage.

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