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Hair can be any length to be diffused although the best length is shoulder length or shorter for creating bigger curl clumps or more defined waves.
The longer the hair, the more weight will impact the formation of curls, kinks and waves.
I certainly encourage anyone with all types of hair to experiment with diffusing their hair is that is their desire. There are more than one type of hair diffuser including the following most popular types: 1. Hold the diffuser at a 90 degree angle from the head to help lift roots away from the scalp. Allow air from the dryer to flow through one section of moist hair at a time. The results are out about the Deva Fuser either alone or with the Sun Dryer. Direct the fingers of the diffuser through the strands lifting and using circular motion to make sure the air is moving through all of the hair. Direct the hair dryer at the roots to acquire maximum volume.
Long finger diffuser - a cup style attachment that attaches to the nozzle of a blow dryer with long "finger" style knobs. Direct the fingers of the diffuser through the strands lifting and using circular motion to make sure the air is moving through all of the hair. Allow the ends of the hair to rest in the base of the cup of the diffuser. Some naturally curl girls believe the key to success with Deva Fuser is not to move it around too much but keep it firmly planted in one place. Hold the diffuser at a 90 degree angle from the head to help lift roots away from the scalp. Allow air from the dryer to flow through one section of moist hair at a time. The Deva Sun Dryer and Devafuser are designed to provide great volume. Direct the fingers of the diffuser through the strands lifting and using circular motion to make sure the air is moving through all of the hair. Bend over at the waist and direct hair over the top so that the roots fall away from your scalp. When your hair is dry, throw your hair back and brush to shape.
Some believe a combo of plopping, diffusing and air-drying is the optimal system for the best curl clumps, waves and absence of frizz.
For some people diffusing past 75% dry it can result in hair becoming very big.
Apply a good leave-in cocktail and plop hair with a hair friendly towel or t-shirt.
Allow hair to be plopped for up to 30 minutes (or more if that is your best routine).
Use Devafuser to get lift and completely dry the roots. Allow the conditioner to remain on the hair encouraging clumping until the end of the shower.The goal with diffusing is to reduce frizz and seal in moisture and shine. Basically anyone with any type of hair from fine/thin to very full can use a diffuser to dry their hair.There is a lot of confusion about hair diffusers, how to use them and insider tips and techniques. However, the type of hair which will see the most obvious results are those with hair that has natural bend or texture such as waves, curls or kinks.Sometimes the hairdryer will have a cool, warm or hot setting. Diffusing, especially if done strategically, will provide lots of great root volume. It takes longer to dry hair then with a regular blow dryer. When hair is not diffused properly it may increase the risk of frizz. Holding the diffuser close to the head can cause arm and hand fatique. Cleanse hair, apply a rinse-out conditioner and finish with a cool/cold shot of water. Possibly because of the power of my dryer, I don't find it does as good a job on the rest of my hair, which is ridiculously fine, and tends to blow every which way in the strong airflow if I try to use it like a regular diffuser. I use it and also still use my traditional bowel diffuser too. It's great to use after plopping but before clipping on the roots. You can't take it all the way to the scalp nor can you easily scrunch hair. All excess water is gently squeezed out with fingertips so that hair is not soaking wet. The hair is then detangled with a wide tooth hair friendly comb or fingers to remove all snarls and tangle.
While most hair professionals suggest that the best diffusing is done on a low speed, low heat, some hair consumers have had great results using a diffuser on the fastest speed and highest heat. Combine Deva Fuser with a Babyliss radiant heat dryer to dry the rest. According to the folks who make Deva Fuser the following blow dryers are compatible: When in doubt be sure to get confirmation in writing that your Deva Fuser is compatible with the blow dryers listed above. You can put it "in" the length of your hair and/or use it like a "hand" to gently lift the hair. It works great to dry the roots after putting in root lift product. Once hair is completely detangled then take all the tresses in your hands and then flip hair over the top of your head. Scrunch the conditioner through curls and waves until it feels like wet seaweed with a lot of squish.Remove the plopped hair, separate into sections and then diffuse with a long finger diffuse.