Many hair care influencers and enthusiasts have opinions about air-drying hair, which we will address here. Taking a break from heat styling is needed, but what can serve as an alternative? Most people suggest that air drying stands in place of heat styling since it saves money and time.
Searching the net, you can find many opinions about air drying, but we want to inform you that air drying depends on your hair type.
Leaving your hair wet for extended periods of time with the intention of air drying can result in conditions such as hygral fatigue. This damage is a result of excessive swelling in your hair. Your hair cuticles and other layers will likely be damaged when exposed. We still believe that hair textures matter when considering air drying.
To clear up your doubts, air drying causes damage to your hair. The exact mode of damage caused by excessive heat is caused by air drying. Air drying your hair traumatizes the inner layer and weakens your hair over time. Air-drying hair also leads to hygral fatigue, which is due to swelling of the hair.
Daily washing of the hair and continuous swelling and deswelling will affect your hair's lipid layer. Your strands will be less elastic, dry, and weak, leaving you in breakage. Air drying is one of the hair loss reasons there are. The wetness of your hair causes the hair strands to stretch and suffer from the weight of the water.
You can experience mildew, buildup, and even frizz as a result of air drying; this is common for curly and afro-textured hair. Fungus and bacteria are likely to grow in your hair if it is dense, damp, or wet for long periods. Sleeping on wet hair will expose you to fungus, bacteria, and even mold on your scalp.
Since we have established that air-drying hair can damage the scalp and hair, let us examine the best way to dry hair.
Various factors must be considered when picking the best drying technique for your hair. Some factors include hair color, lifestyle, porosity, hair type, and level of already existing damage.
After washing your hair, either go for towel drying or skip that part. However, instead of towel drying, use a microfibre hair wrap or an old t-shirt. Before this, try to moisturize your hair, use oils, serums, or even a nourishing mask for hydration and sealing your hair cuticles.
If you don’t like the idea of towel drying, you can go ahead with your hair dryer after moisturizing and sealing. Begin with low heat since your hair is still wet, then increase the temperature as you go. Maintain a heat level of 180 degrees Celsius or lower to keep your hair interested in meeting the average hair growth rate.
Aside from the negative effect of air drying on the hair, it has a few positive outcomes. Air drying helps you reduce the amount of heat your hair takes in. Your cuticle’s lipid layer will be preserved as you air-dry your hair. Color-treated hair gets more treatment with air drying than it would with heat.
Does sunlight help hair growth? This question is crucial since we are talking about air drying. The sun produces vitamin D, which is required for hair development. Be careful with your hair as much as you want to spend time under the sun. Use a scarf and hat to protect your scalp from the sun.
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