3. Blow dry just the roots (and/or bangs) and let the rest air dry.

Instead of spending time drying all of your hair, just do the essentials. This will give some volume at the root rather than drying flat to the head. The rest of the hair can air dry into its natural formation.

For those who get in a hurry and skip drying altogether, this means you won’t have to leave the house with completely wet hair and your style will look a little more polished. This is especially helpful for those with lots of hair. If you have long hair (or even a short or mid-length bob) and plan on doing this to save time, have your hairstylist cut some long layers to enhance your natural texture and to create more movement in your style.

[Want more information? Watch some videos about saving time on my Instagram @colorgeekchic.]

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