Question of the day

blow_dryerDo you blow dry your hair,  just let it dry on its own, or towel dry?

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13 Responses to Question of the day

  1. SKL says:

    Towel / [natural] air dry. Otherwise my hair is like a Brillo pad!

  2. Morocco says:

    I sit under a hooded dryer.

  3. nikki says:

    The only time I blow dry it is when I’m straightening it and that’s not very often. Otherwise I towel dry it. I have bulky frizzy hair and have to be very careful with what I use on it.

  4. Gary says:

    I towel dry! I keep my hair really short so no need for a hair dryer. 😀

  5. Doraz says:

    If I have somewhere to go, blow dry and style.
    If going around locally, blow dry top half only…rest in a pony tail.
    If home for the night, towel dry…then ponytail!

  6. Joy says:

    99% of the time I blow dry. Even if I’m not going anywhere, I fix my hair. Almost always.

  7. tessa says:

    Towel/air dry, unless in a hurry or going out!

  8. Just a Mom says:

    I blow dry my hair in the morning but at night I let it air dry.

  9. Sue says:

    Air dry 🙂

  10. Tosha says:

    if im going somewhere I have to blow dry it. Other wise my hair is wavy (extremely) and frizzy

  11. mssc54 says:

    Thin hair drys on it’s own pretty quickly… back hair dries even faster!

  12. desdes(nickname) says:

    air dry… not just because its good for the enviornment
    its awesome 4 me

  13. C says:

    air dry. it is better for my hair cause it’s reallly long.

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