12 Beauty Products That Work On Everyone -- Yes, Everyone
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Basically, ionic dryers emit negative ions that break down the clumps of water molecules on your hair into smaller clumps, which results in a faster drying time. So how do you know whether you need to use ions? Kattia Solano, New York based stylist and founder of Butterfly Studio Salon, says that, when ionic dryers first came out, she found that the styling wasn't as powerful. "Fine to medium textures with slightly dry to normal hair types could see benefits from it the most, because that type of hair isn't as "big" or hard to tame," she says. For thicker or curly hair, she recommends drying at a hotter temperature for more powerful styling. Her pro tip: no matter your hair type, never take the nozzle off of your dryer if you want a great blowout. And never, we mean ever, get the nozzle close enough to touch your hair -- unless you want to fry it, that is.
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