3 ways to blow dry your hair for volume

Tired of dealing with flat, lifeless hair? Wish your hair looked more voluminous? You're not alone. Too many women struggle with thin, boring hair. The good news is that getting the volume you desire is not impossible -- even if you have thin or difficult-to-manage hair.
If you're ready to add big hair to your morning routine, we have some tips to transform your tresses from drab to fab. By using your trusty blow dryer and a few other materials, your hair will look salon-ready any day of the week. Best of all, you don't even need to be a hair expert. Just try these three easy techniques.
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Materials
-Blow dryer
-Round brush
-Root-lifting mousse
-Hair clips
Instructions
1. Before starting, wash your hair. Once done, add volume by blow drying in sections. Use hair clips to section off your hair and to keep hair up and away from your face. Start at your roots and use a round brush, working your way down your hair. If your hair is easily tangled, use a regular hairbrush to brush through the hair before blow drying. This helps to prevent breakage.
2. A second way to add volume is to blow dry your hair upside down. This is a quick and easy way to give hair a much-needed boost in volume.
3. A third way to add volume is to add root-lifting mousse to damp hair and prior to blow drying. Section off hair and blow dry up and away from the face to give hair maximum volume.
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