Everything You Need To Give Yourself The Perfect Blowout At Home


While trips to the blow-dry bar are certainly worth it for special occasions, it’s just not realistic to regularly spend that much time and money on your strands. But if you can’t seem to pull off a salon-worthy blowout yourself, you’re not alone. Here, the right tools and products you need to achieve a bountiful, voluminous mane right in the comfort of your own home.


Be Your Own Stylist

Amika Bombshell Blowout Spray



Prime Your Strands

Apply a priming mist throughout your hair for a heavy-hitting boost of volume and shine.

R+CO Park Ave Blow Out Balm



Hold Your Roots

Coat them with a straightening cream to provide the right amount of holding power as your hair dries.

Thermal Creations Heat Tamer Spray




Ward off damage by using a treatment that keeps strands strong as you turn up the temp on your blow-dryer.

Darby Clips


Separate Sections

Use large clips so you can focus on drying one area at a time.

Cricket Cricket Technique Tourmaline Thermal Round Brush



Choose The Right Brush

Your hair length determines the size you need. Choose a thermal round brush that glides through strands easily without causing breakage. Short-haired girls should stick to 1/2-inch to 3/4-inch diameter, and those with longer hair should opt for 1 to 1 1/2 inches.

The Little Black Box Dream Dryer



Turn Up The Heat

A blow-dryer with several temperature levels and a high air speed ensures a comfortable and quick blowout session. Women with shorter strands should work from front to back, while ladies with longer hair should do the opposite.

Hairdresser’s Invisible Oil


Bumble and Bumble

Fight Frizz

A nutrient-rich oil adds a hint of shine to freshly dry strands and helps tame frizz and flyaways.

Gold-plated Pocket Comb


Balmain Paris Hair Couture

Smooth It Out

Get rid of last-minute tangles and help your blowout look sleek.

Oribe Impermeable Anti-Humidity Spray



Seal It In

For those who seek extra hold, an anti-humidity spray seals in your hard work and helps hair stay smooth despite changing temperatures.