Shop F1 A , Level 1,683-689 George St, SYDNEY 2000
Conveniently located in Sydney on George Street, Takeshi Team Japanese Hair Salon has been providing excellent hair and beauty services since 2008. Some of their professional offerings include perm, foil,…Book Appointment
Confession: we are blowout addicts. It’s hard not to be addicted to glossy, voluminous locks. Dare we say it: this affordable luxury is the new lunchtime pedicure. You walk into the salon and walk out with a bounce in your hair and a spring in your step.
Book yourself in for a blowout with one of our blow-dry bars in Sydney, you’ll wonder why you didn’t do it sooner. You can go for straight and sleek for the urban edge, or go tousled beach waves for that carefree vibe. The only bad thing about getting a blowout is that moment when your hair falls.
Here is your day by day guide to delay the inevitable (or your next blowout):
Day 0 (a.k.a. blowout day)
Start with clean hair. Any dirt, oil or product residue will impact how your blow dry turns outs, and how long it will last. Concentrate on your roots where the most grime accumulates.
Put that product down. Serums and sprays will leave a residue and weigh your hair down.
You can break that product ban. If your roots are looking a little flat, use a light hairspray and round brush. If it’s really humid, pull your hair back in a tight bun. You can do this if you want to work out and maintain your ‘do.
Dry shampoo time. Grab a small section of your hair and mist the underside, holding the can three to hour inches away from your scalp to avoid product overload.
You’re at the home stretch. Spritz your hair with a bit of water, and rough-dry. You’ll get body without that extra weight, crunchiness or product build-up.
Blow-dry your hair again with a round brush to mimic the original technique. Hit the roots with a bit of dry shampoo and you’ve got another day without shampooing.
Rinse, lather and repeat at #Day 0: Make an appointment with one of our blow dry bars in Sydney today.