During the summer months, air drying your hair makes a lot of sense. It creates a carefree, natural texture and it won't result in a cold. Once we get to fall, however, all of that changes. The sun's warm rays no longer have our backs and the blowdryer becomes essential once again. Even so, can you let your hair air dry after September?
Well, with a little forward planning, yes, indeed you can!
1/ While you were sleeping...
The absolute easiest way to air dry your hair at any time of year is to wash it at night and sleep on it. This makes even more sense for fall and winter because it's the most painless way to avoid running out of the house with damp tresses. (Unless you actually want to wake up an hour or two earlier than usual...)
After towel drying, scrunch some L'Oréal Paris Advanced Hairstyle TXT IT Tousle Waves Spray evenly throughout. Comb your hair through then loosely braid it from the nape of your neck down. In the morning, shake your hair out and finish with a little styling gum on the ends for added texture.
For shorter hair, loop your hair around a stretchy headband, adding more hair to the ends as you go until all of it has been wrapped around the band.
2/ Under wraps
In no way is leaving home with wet hair a good idea when it's cold out, but sometimes it just happens, and we get that.
For those days when it's unavoidable, apply TXT IT Tousle Waves Spray, blow-dry the roots, then twist and pin your hair into a low knot. Put a hat and a scarf on before you head out, then shake your hair out and scrunch once you arrive wherever you're going.
After that, your hair can finish drying by itself, while creating some Blake Lively-esque movement.
What about you? How do you deal with wet hair during the colder months?