handful of mousse to the palm of your hand.
your other hand, spread the mousse through the hair, distributing
it evenly from the tips to the ends.
your hair into two main sections by clipping the top and sides
out of the way.
brush under at the ends to achieve a slight bend. Concentrate
on drying the root area first, repeatedly introducing the
brush to the roots once it has moved down the length of the
hair. Continue the movement until the first section of the
hair is dry. Repeat for the other sections until the whole
of the back section is completely dry.
a section of hair from the top and dry it in the same manner.
Continue in this way until you have dried all your hair. Finish
by smoothing a few drops of serum through the hair to flatten
any flyaway ends
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working on the hair that is left free and taking one small section at a time,
hold the dryer in one hand and a styling brush in the other. Place the brush underneath
the first section of hair, positioning it at the roots. Keeping the tension on
the hair taut (but without undue stress), move the brush down towards the ends,
directing the air flow from the dryer so that it follows the downward movement
of the brush.