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Do you dry your hair with the heat on Warm or Hot?? Is it bad to use the hot setting?
 

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i have read that heat will dry out your hair and make it frizz more often but with the cold setting, it just takes way to long to dry. i use a leave-in conditioner after i get out of the shower and it really helps.
 

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My hair is very curly, therefore very dry. The high setting makes it frizz out like crazy, but also makes it easily break off. I use the low setting on warm. I can't use cool because it takes an hour to dry it that way!
 

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I have fine, straight hair. I blow on hot until it is almost dry and then finish on cool. I don't blowdry my hair often, though, so I doubt any damage caused by the heat could really build up on itself.
 

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I use warm around my roots, and then hot on the ends. But, the only reason I use the warm is because it gets so hot it makes my scalp hurt...otherwise I'd just use hot all over. :)

And here's my tip for the day: investing in a super high quality salon hair dryer is pretty much the best thing EVER.
 

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I let my hair mostly air dry and then blast it for 1-2 mins on hot. My hair is really thin though. If I'm going to use the straightner on it, I won't bother with drying it unless I'm in a rush.
 

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I blow dry on hot, every single day. I also use a metal-barrelled brush so that it heats up and acts as a type of curling iron. I find it gives me the most volume. To be honest, my hair is still healthy although I do this daily.
 
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