How to Blow Out an Afro —powered by eHow.com
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Hi, I’m Monae Everett from Hair Room Service. Today, I’m at Inglot Studios and I’m going to show you how to blow out an Afro. It can seem really intimidating when you have a large amount of curly hair. But, if you divide the hair into four or maybe even eight sections, apply a little serum and take a blow dryer and brush to pull it smooth, you’ll be done in no time.
When you begin brushing out each section, when you put the brush into the hair, make sure to use tension. This is done by placing the brush in the hair, taking at the opposite way and then putting the blow dryer over the section and pulling the hair straight. The light serum will help to give your hair a shine and that extra needed slip to get the brush through the hair while blow drying.
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(The blow dryer in the video is no longer being manufactured.)