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How To Give Yourself A Perfect Blowout

Eva Amurri Martino wears a floral silk robe and gives herself a bouncy blowout in the bathroom of her connecticut home

Out of all the skills I’ve taught myself in the past few years, I must say that I’ve gotten the most mileage out of my ability to (finally!) give myself the perfect bouncy, smooth blowout!  I used to spend SO much money on blowdry bars, and to be honest the results were never consistent.  After Marlowe was born, my normally stick-straight hair developed one large section in the back that was totally frizzy and wavy all of a sudden (thanks, hormones) and so if I left my hair to dry on its own it always looked pretty wonky.  Not to mention kind of flat at the root and just limp in the front.  I took some time to observe how other people would blow dry my hair, asked some of my hairstylist friends for tips, and I finally got down an awesome technique! Today I’m sharing a blowdry video with you in case you are in need of some tips and tricks yourself!

Eva Amurri Martino wears a floral silk robe and gives herself a bouncy blowout in the bathroom of her connecticut home

 

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Eva Amurri Martino wears a floral robe and runs her hands through her smooth bouncy blow out

Eva Amurri Martino wears a floral robe and runs her hands through her smooth bouncy blow out

 

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15 Comments

  1. Sarah says:

    Super helpful! Thank you so much!

    06.26.17Reply
  2. Jennifer Noble says:

    Okay, I love this post and I’m totally going to try ASAP, but can we please talk about that robe?!?! Where oh where did you find that??? It’s a NEED!!!

    06.26.17Reply
    • Ha! Thanks! I found that robe at Anthropologie! It’s actually sold out but they have a similarly fab one you might like HERE.

      06.28.17Reply
  3. Veronica Marrou says:

    Teally cool tutorial. I was trying to get the links for the products but soemhow i couldn’t.
    Also, loved the robe! Where can we find it?

    06.26.17Reply
  4. Marie Receveur says:

    I cannot wait to try your blowout technique! I love your honesty and bubbly personality and look forward to new content on your website and newsletters! Thank you for sharing your tips and your life.

    06.26.17Reply
  5. Katie says:

    Thank you for posting this! I haattee blowdrying my hair. Same thing, always going somewhere to get it done. I think I need this brush, combined with sectioning and blasting the roots will do the trick. I will be watching this alot! P.s. you are gorge!!!

    06.28.17Reply
    • Thanks Katie! Hope it’s been helpful to you!!

      11.06.17Reply
  6. Courtney says:

    Thank you! Tried your tips this morning (note to self: buy that hairdryer — my poor arms!). My hair didn’t turn out as nice as yours, but it wasn’t bad, and I thought it looked halfway decent until this afternoon when my coworker said, “Looks like we’re all having bad hair days today.” 😑 Guess that means I need to keep practicing. 😂

    06.28.17Reply
    • Oh no!! Lol. Gotta love a charming coworker (eyeroll!)
      Yes, it definitely does take practice, and a lightweight hairdryer helps a ton!

      11.06.17Reply
  7. Brigit says:

    Beautiful blowout. I definitely want to buy that blowdryer. It sounds great and lightweight

    07.06.17Reply
  8. Renata says:

    Thank you. This helps so much

    07.06.17Reply
  9. Melissa says:

    First off, you have beautiful hair! It looks so healthy and the color is gorgeous! Second, thanks for showing this – it looks manageable and also good you don’t need to have a ton of special tools and products! 💙

    07.07.17Reply
    • Thanks, Melissa!!! Yes, I try to show things that are manageable for others, I was a newbie when I learned how to do this!
      xo

      11.06.17Reply