Chloe Lewis stuns as she gets ‘hair like silk’ after home blow-dry using this ‘moisturising’ hair dryer
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Despite being a busy mum to 10-month-old son Beau, Chloe Lewis always manages to look flawlessly glam on Instagram.
We were recently wowed by a selfie she shared, showing her hair looking impeccably shiny and bouncy. The former TOWIE star looked as if she had just stepped straight out of the salon – but she had in fact created the blow dry herself, she revealed in the sponsored post, using the new Panasonic Nanoe + Double Mineral Advanced Hairdryer, which is currently on sale on Amazon for £108.21.
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And for anyone who struggles with blowing drying technique, Chloe helpfully posted a video on Instagram Stories showing how she uses the hairdryer to style her own hair.
After splitting her hair into sections, she wraps sections around a round brush and points the hairdryer nozzle downwards, creating silky, bouncy lengths. The front section she pulls forward to create a flattering shape around the face.
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“What’s really great about this is that it’s got temperature sensors…so it doesn’t over-dry the hair,” explains Chloe. “Which is really important for me as my hair is super curly.”
“I can’t tell you have silky soft my hair feels,” she says when she’s finished. “It feels so shiny!”
As well as the temperature sensors, this hairdryer contains smart technology which is proven to reduce visible hair damage such as frizz, dryness and split ends. It also has “scalp” and “skin” modes, which work to deliver moisturising ions to the scalp and facial skin.
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Impressively, 88 per cent of users noted a visible improvement in split ends after five weeks, while 90 per cent reported an improvement in scalp dryness.
Chloe also likes how the handle folds down, saving space and making it convenient for travelling.
If you too would like to create a salon-quality ‘do like Chloe’s, hair stylist Lyndsey Harrison – who counts celebrities such as Una Healy and Charlotte Crosby as clients – shares her dos and don’ts for a perfect at-home blow dry…
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It is really important to have a nozzle on your hair dryer to aim the air down the hair shaft – this keeps the hair cuticle flat and makes the hair feel softer, smoother and shinier.
Always comb or brush hair when it’s wet to get any knots out. This is because the hair is stretchy when wet and won’t snap off. Combing knots out when the hair is dry can result in breakage.
Don’t dry your hair from soaking wet, as you will be putting unnecessary time into your blow dry and over-drying each section.
If applying product, make sure you lift the hair up to get to all the sections – don’t just spray it on the top visible section.
It is easier to dry the hair smooth and tong afterwards if you like waves – this is always how professionals work in salons.
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