There's a very simple way to cut your blow-dry time in half 3 years ago

There's a very simple way to cut your blow-dry time in half

This hair hack is about to make life so much easier.

I have a lot of hair and after one too many times battling with the hairdryer, I went in search of a way to cut down on the time it takes to get this mane under control.


While I knew that taking the 'heavy wet', Irish Mammy term for reference, out of my locks pre-blowdry was essential, I had no idea that there was an easier way to do this than just using a plain old towel.

After spending far too long on Pinterest, I discovered that numerous people have tried paper towels to cut blow-dry time and it actually works.

According to the experts, paper towels absorb much more water than your average towel and so, you'll cut down the amount of time spent blow-drying your hair.

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Paper towels soak up the water faster than a towel does so when you go to blow-dry, you won't have to spend as long blast-drying your hair.

And of course, the towels are completely reusable once they have dried, we're all about that no waste policy.

Not only that, rubbing with a towel is likely to break the cuticles of your hair while paper towels absorb water without doing any damage.


I'm now ridiculously happy about the fact that there's a very simple way to speed up the blow-drying process.