Hi friends! Our trip to the US has ended and we are on our way home now.It was a whirlwind!!I’ll be recapping more in the next few weeks but today I wanted to tell you about the DryBarTool Kit I recently purchased. It is the answer to my DIY Blowout prayers.*
I’ve been a fan of DryBar for a few years now.I love their blowouts so much and the concept of a quick and inexpensive blowout is totally for me.I actually get really frustrated when I get my hair done and I walk out looking like I just dried my own hair.I love how it always looks fantastic after leaving DryBar and they aren’t shy in the products either.
I think my Mom’s hair looks particularly good there!
But let’s be honest, if you sweat as many times per week as I do (and I’m sure you do, if you read this blog), then weekly blowouts are not really economical because they just don’t last.
So recently when I was in the market for a new hair dryer, I decided to give DryBar’s At-Home Tool Kit a try and I’m so glad I did.I got the Big Hair Kit because big hair for me is flat to most of the population!I wanted more volume baby!
While the tools come with instructions, one of the best parts about DryBar (besides their yellow color, which just makes me happy) is that they have free online tutorials on their site.If you are familiar with DryBar at all, you’ll know that they have a menu of services with different blowout styles like Mai Tai (beach waves), Cosmo (lots of loose curls), Straight Up (straight with a bit of volume) and Southern Comfort (big volume) to name a few.The tutorials show you how to achieve these styles in your own at home.I love that it makes DIY blowouts so easy!
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I chose to replicate Southern Comfort of course and I loved the results!Plus, it was pretty easy to do.Basically I started by using my blow dryer and rough dried it. Then I sectioned off my hair and used the round brush to add some volume followed by 15 minutes in Velcro rollers.