Whether you’re taking a break from damaging heat styling, tired of fighting your natural hair texture or are just too busy taking over the world for a 20-minute blowout, knowing how to air-dry hair is an essential beauty skill. And with summer’s humid weather upon us, there’s even more reason to ditch the blow-dryer.
A good air-dry starts with the right products. Since many styling products require heat to activate, it’s important to look for stylers made for air-drying that help control frizz and keep hair looking hydrated and silky.
Ready to up your air-dry game? Read on for our favorite products to try now.
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This article originally appeared on TotalBeauty.com