transitive verb-·dried·, -·dry·ing
to dry (wet hair) with an electric device (blow-dryer) that sends out a stream of heated air
the act of blow-drying the hair
transitive verbblow-dried, blow-dry·ing, blow-dries
To dry and often style (hair) with a handheld dryer.
- blow dryer
(third-person singular simple present blow-dries, present participle blow-drying, simple past and past participle blow-dried)
- To dry with a hair dryer
- An instance of blow-drying
- She went to the hairdresser's for a haircut, shampooing and a blow-dry.
- Wen Styling Creme: Perfect for adding a smooth sheen to the hair prior to blow-dry styling, this emollient cream restores moisture while adding a lightweight hold to the hair.
- Most days, all you need to do is rub in some gel or leave-in conditioner to towel-dried hair, then lightly blow-dry, using your fingers to guide the hair as you like.
- To create full feathers, start with a long and layered cut and blow-dry style from the front to the back upsweeping and lifting ends with a round brush.
- If you must blow-dry your hair, use a tourmaline hair dryer on a low setting to avoid excessively drying out your hair.
- If you have curly hair it is advisable to blow-dry your strands straight before applying the highlighting bleach.