Acemyhomework Writers | Do we need a hair dryer for short hair? | Acemyhomework Writers
The short answer is ‘yes’. It’s like asking ‘Do smaller fish need to breathe water like the bigger ones?’ If you are looking for reasons to avoid blow-drying your hair, there are many, but the size of your hair is not one of them. Usually, people get short hair for one reason and it has something to do with their face mostly. Think of your face as an artwork in a gallery. Just like we frame the artwork, our hair is the frame to our face. Notice that the artists change the frame of an artwork to draw the observers’ attention to different parts of it. Similarly, we try different hair styles to bring attention to different aspects of our face. It is absolutely nonsexist, as we have dudes with long hair, ladies with short and vice-versa. We get a certain hairstyle so we can enhance the best features of our face. The tremendous amount of skepticism regarding the use of blow dryers can be understood. Because besides the obvious drying and styling, blow dryers can make your hair dull and frizzy. But the hair drying technology has evolved over time. It is more about the texture of the hair rather than the size. The side-effects of a hair dryer can be minimized by first finding out, ‘which hair dryers are best for your hair?’ and ‘At what frequency you should use them?’ Whether it’s the Abigail, the Jane, the Fiona, the Eva or the Shalimar; none of these beautiful hairdos (all short) can be achieved and maintained without a hair dryer and flat/curling irons. To further reduce any remaining side-effects of even the hair dryer suitable for you, there are many damage-repair and masking products that you can use before and after you have treated your hair with heat. Everybody has bad hair days, even people with considerably short hair. So, unless you want to look like a hobo, I will suggest you grab yourself a good hair dryer and a brush.
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