Benefits of a salon blowdry

Do you love the way your hair looks and feels after leaving the hairdresser, but can’t justify visiting the salon as often as you’d like? Here are some excuses to treat yourself to salon blowdrys more often.
Treat yo’self. First and foremost, a salon blowdry is the ultimate pampering experience. You’ve got luxurious products, a head massage, and good salon vibes – what more could you want? Plus, the whole experience is about making yourself look and feel amazing. Think about how good you’ll feel when you leave the salon with perfectly styled, soft and beautiful hair. Nothing compares.
Avoid the struggle. If you have difficult hair, you’ll know that getting a hairdresser to do the hard work for you can be both a time-saver and a relief. Plus, a salon blowdry typically keeps your hair looking fresh and put-together for a bit longer than washing and styling it at home. Win-win.
Professional advice. Visiting the hairdresser more often provides an opportunity to voice any concerns that you have about your hair, and learn tips from your stylist about how best to style your hair at home. Ask questions about their technique or the products we’re using, and how to implement them in your haircare routine.
Healthier hair. Regular salon blowdries are a great way to avoid damage and maintain the overall health of your hair. Hairdressers are professionals who spend all day looking at, dealing with and talking about hair. We’re trained to treat your hair properly, particularly when using heat styling tools like blowdryers, and know what products to use to get the best results.
It’s a time-saver. It’s true that visiting the salon for a blowdry might take an hour-long chunk out of your day. But it will also cut out the time you’d usually spend in the morning washing, or styling your hair. A salon blowdry will keep your hair looking fresh for longer, with minimum effort. To boost your time-management, try working your appointment into your lunch break or scheduling it when you have another appointment or errand to run in the area.