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tllw 12-04-2008 02:10 PM

How to properly diffuse
 
I haven't used one in almost 10 years. Any new tricks, or any don'ts? Thanks

waterlily716 12-04-2008 05:16 PM

I think the most popular method here (me included) is the pixiecurl method (so named after a nc.com member). Here's a good explanation:

http://healthycurls.awardspace.com/drying.html

There's also the sock diffuser, the devafuser, and awhile ago people were raving about this conair curl fusion dryer, which is just a completely flat diffuser. HTH! :)

Kelly512 12-04-2008 05:43 PM

I tried the 'pixie' method for the first time today and it worked very well for me. When I diffuse, this is going to be how I do it from now on.

curlyjenn10 12-04-2008 07:43 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by whimaway (Post 810262)
I think the most popular method here (me included) is the pixiecurl method (so named after a long-lost nc member apparently). Here's a good explanation:

http://healthycurls.awardspace.com/drying.html

There's also the sock diffuser, the devafuser, and awhile ago people were raving about this conair curl fusion dryer, which is just a completely flat diffuser. HTH! :)

Lol, she's not long-lost. She mainly posts on the non-hair discussion boards. But her method is awesome!

tllw 12-05-2008 06:13 AM

Thanks for the tips!

mosxy5 12-08-2008 07:15 PM

:idea1: Oooh! I am so glad I read this...now I want to wash my hair just to try this. lol

waterlily716 12-08-2008 10:23 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by curlyjenn10 (Post 810453)
Quote:

Originally Posted by whimaway (Post 810262)
I think the most popular method here (me included) is the pixiecurl method (so named after a long-lost nc member apparently). Here's a good explanation:

http://healthycurls.awardspace.com/drying.html

There's also the sock diffuser, the devafuser, and awhile ago people were raving about this conair curl fusion dryer, which is just a completely flat diffuser. HTH! :)

Lol, she's not long-lost. She mainly posts on the non-hair discussion boards. But her method is awesome!

whoops :grommit:


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