Hair: to air dry or blow dry?

Updated on February 20, 2015 in Meaning of Life
7 on February 13, 2015

Given the perfect circumstances of time and weather, your choice?

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1 on February 14, 2015

Oh give me a break. Is not the drying of one’s hair amongst the most rewarding experiences one can have, I must say. As my Great Aunt Nonie was wont to say, ain’t no hair dryer I ain’t never met, although, truth be told, we never were quite precisely surest of what she was to have meant by that, I must say. It seems, so often, when she made a statement of sorts, the meaning was unbeknownst to all but a few, such as herself, who beknownsted it with a clarity that might be described as full and not-so-much opaque.

on February 20, 2015

I love you, Ed Grimley. Marry me.

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1 on February 14, 2015

Who doesn’t love a good blow out? That means a hair professional blow drying your hair with all sorts of products, get your mind out of the gutter. After that, one does not usually want to wash one’s hair for many days. So I have heard. Air drying sure is easier though.

on February 14, 2015

Getting blown is always great.

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0 on February 19, 2015

Air dry when I’m lazy or don’t care….blow dry when I have to pretend I care.

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0 on February 19, 2015

I am torn on this one. I almost never blow dry my hair, but it looks so much better when I do (or when I pay someone to do it for me).

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0 on February 20, 2015

Perfect is both. I have naturally very curly hair. After I wash with conditioner (no shampoo), I put another conditioner on it, style and air dry, then blow dry it to give it volume. If i’m not going out, i fully air dry. Blow drying with hear can damage hair.

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