Sometimes. My hair is pretty short, but I usually let it air dry. If I’m going to bed straight after showering, I’ll use the hair dryer. Mostly because my hair has some blue dye in it that I don’t want bleeding on my pillow.
Nope. I usually fall asleep with a towel on my head. Remove it in the middle of the night and wake up in the morning with still wet hair. Then I have to hit it with the blow dryer in the morning. To dry it straight after a shower would take 20-30 minutes and I’d rather be sleeping.
@DonberKon@remo28 never heard of that and looked it up. Most of the time I go to bed with wet hair and it hasn’t been a problem. My hair is past my tailbone at the moment. Maybe it doesn’t affect all hair types?
My curly locks haven’t felt the heat from a blow dryer since I was about 25 years old! Which was also the same time I started appreciating my God given, hard to manage, thick, (yet fine) super curly bush of wildness! Well, to be honest, it was my unwillingness to accept my curls that made it SO unmanageable. Once I decided to stop fighting with the curls and stopped trying to straighten them my suffering was over! Acceptance is such a wonderful thing! …and so wasn’t the development of gel hair products to assist!
I usually shower in the morning, so in winter, I’ll sometimes break out the blow dryer for a minute, but if it’s above freezing, I just pull a hat down over my wet curls. The rest of the year, I let it air dry because I have thick hair and blow drying takes forever.
in the late 70’s I lived in Colorado and had a motorcycle. It was a 400cc blow dryer for my hair on the way to work at Roman Village Pizza (Boulder) since CO had no helmet laws.
Now I no longer have either (motorcycle or enough hair)
Sigh… sure miss that.