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From: dj (220.127.116.11)
Subject: Is it better to blow or air dry straightened hair?
Date: December 31, 2008 at 5:26 am PST
I just consulted with a stylist who specializes in relaxers (she does not do Japanese but does many other kinds of relaxers).
I have damage from a Japanese straightener and my new growth is coming in very frizzy and wiry.
Since my hair feels so dry, I have not been blow drying my hair, but instead putting it in a bun and letting it air dry.
I've been doing this for about two and a half months and it doesn't feel any better.
She said that relaxed hair actually does better when it is blown dry and that air drying relaxed hair will damage it.
I am open to trying this, but it is just hard to wrap my head around the idea that air drying could be more damaging than blow drying.
I am wondering if anybody has an opinion on this.
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