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caligrl21 Huntington Beach
01/23/13 12:01 pm

My hair is too long and if I let it air dry it will take hours and hours

01/19/13 8:45 am

I let it dry naturally. I HATE hair dryers!!!

binanosplat The Foothills
01/18/13 10:08 pm

I've tried using a keratin treatment as recommended by my barber, and it's helped, but hasn't completely solved the problem. I do condition, but lightly because along with my hair being tangly, it's also very oily..

ladyniner81 I hate people
01/18/13 12:40 pm

my hair is naturally curly, but no..and besides I'm too lazy

01/18/13 10:59 am

I hate when "sometimes" is my answer and I have to pick yes or no. I try to air dry it and then straighten it.

Bekka Just relaxing...
01/18/13 9:40 am

I have to. My hair is very fine, and if it air dries, there is no style or shape. But I'm envious of those who don't have to-I'm sure it's way better for your hair.

01/18/13 9:28 am

My bleached hair will morph into straw

FaceMoose Over There
01/18/13 7:37 am


And I have super thick hair as well, so I understand the tangles, though I am a woman and mine is shoulder length. But seriously, hair that breaks from just towel drying? Either you are being WAY to rough when you dry it or you might have a vitamin deficiency or other health issue.

FaceMoose Over There
01/18/13 7:35 am

Of your hair breaks just from towel drying then you need to do more conditioning and use products geared towards making your hair stronger. Hair should NEVER be that fragile.

FaceMoose Over There
01/18/13 7:29 am

Nope. Blow drying really doesn't work for my hair type. I comb it out with my fingers, use a towel to squeeze out excess water, and scrunch in mousse. Then I let it air dry and a few hours later when it is completely dry I shake my hair out to give it a little volume.

tdaddy Kentucky
01/18/13 1:05 am

No. Duh, who wants "big hair"? Towel drying works just fine.

OhNo Thornton, Colorado
01/18/13 12:30 am

Their* wow I haven't made that mistake in a long time.

emsies Seattle
01/18/13 12:28 am

You could use I diffuser. It just dries and doesn't make it frizz out. I totally get what you're saying, though. I usually let it dry naturally but if I'm rushing or it's winter I'll dry it a bit.

emsies Seattle
01/18/13 12:26 am

Yes, on a low setting with a diffuser. I don't blow-dry it straight at all, it's just that my head gets cold and the back of my shirt gets wet.

01/17/13 11:10 pm

I didn't grab no shoes or nothing jesus

suro New York
01/17/13 10:51 pm

Only if I am running late. Prefer to let it dry naturally.

jtopo Istrouma
01/17/13 10:07 pm

In the south, you can't achieve big hair without a blow dryer, so...

PartyFree Nowhere in Particular
01/17/13 9:51 pm

The only blow-drying my hair gets is in the wind while I'm outside on morning duty. Curly hair + blow dryer = frizzball

01/17/13 9:40 pm

An after wash walk and the wind blow dries it.

KAnne Atlantic City, NJ
01/17/13 9:38 pm

Ah we'll mine's pretty thin, so maybe that helps.

joshgoinham Birmingham, Alabama
01/17/13 9:24 pm

My balding father does as well, maybe they just want to enjoy every last bit of having hair while they can! Ha.

snowg Tx
01/17/13 9:19 pm

just throwing a suggestion out there. I shave my head so I have no idea what to do with hair.

emt816 Virginia
01/17/13 8:54 pm

cutting curly hair does nothing to solve the problem of having to blow dry & styling it. usually curly hair is more curly when its short and can look like a triangle.

lauraem12 Connecticut
01/17/13 8:52 pm

Curly hair. Never can I ever blow dry my hair or POOF fluff ball of frizz.

01/17/13 8:33 pm

...and I RAN for my life...

01/17/13 8:31 pm

One time my friend found a dread lock on the ground at a gas station. It was...gross

01/17/13 8:29 pm

You could still dry your hair if your bald to warm up your head when it gets nippy :D

01/17/13 8:18 pm

Or men who are feeling cold "down there."

beanD California
01/17/13 6:56 pm

I'm a woman and I never do unless it's freezing outside and I have to go somewhere shortly after showering. My balding father, on the other hand, uses the hair dryer every day...

raywygo Pittsburgh
01/17/13 6:52 pm

Only when I get it cut. Cause it's always wet after. Feels nice. Never dry at home

01/17/13 6:50 pm

I live in Minnesota if I left my hair wet it would freeze instantly and break off

FastFusion nj
01/17/13 6:49 pm

No need. Shaved clean

01/17/13 6:37 pm

I don't like to but if I don't my hair will curl up and get super puffy

binanosplat The Foothills
01/17/13 6:16 pm

Not very, it's just really thick. It's about an inch above my shoulders.

dreamitliveit IDLH
01/17/13 6:13 pm

How long is your hair?

Carolinaaa My name is not Carol.
01/17/13 5:56 pm

Ain't nobody got time fo dat.

01/17/13 5:54 pm

Lol, using HOT, BURNING HOT air to make your hair less wet is unmanly? Hahahahahhaha. That amuses me.

01/17/13 5:53 pm

It would take me 40-ish minutes. So, no I go Au-natural

sunshine0i? Wisconsin
01/17/13 5:46 pm

Mine's really think so it could be that also.

KAnne Atlantic City, NJ
01/17/13 5:44 pm

Years and years ago, I'd spend a half hour on my hair blow drying and styling it. Now I spend roughly one minute to brush it and that's it.

KAnne Atlantic City, NJ
01/17/13 5:42 pm

Maybe it's my hair type? I do towel dry it really well.

01/17/13 5:38 pm

With a diffuser only when I want to leave it natural (curly). I hate the way your hair poofs when you blow dry it