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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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18 Comments

  1. Sarah says:

    Super helpful! Thank you so much!

    06.26.17 Reply
  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!!!

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

      06.28.17 Reply
  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?

    06.26.17 Reply
  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.

    06.26.17 Reply
  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!!!

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

      11.06.17 Reply
  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. 😂

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

      11.06.17 Reply
  7. Brigit says:

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

    07.06.17 Reply
  8. Renata says:

    Thank you. This helps so much

    07.06.17 Reply
  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! 💙

    07.07.17 Reply
    • 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

      11.06.17 Reply
  10. Collee says:

    My hair really curls with any moisture. How do you stop the wet hair from touching the newly dried hair? I feel like sectioning off wouldn’t be enough for me. I can’t wait to try this. Thanks!

    09.20.18 Reply
    • You can use clips to section, and it won’t make too big of an impact on your dried hair! It’s the same way they do it at a salon

      09.25.18 Reply