Blown: Natural Hair Blow Out Tips From Celeb Stylist Gabrielle Corney

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February 9, 2012 ‐ By

Are you looking to do something new with your afro? Look no further than the blow out. It straightens your hair but in a way that allows you to maintain the fullness and body you love.

If you’re ready to tackle this styling process head over to StyleBlazer.com to get tips from professional stylist, Gabrielle Corney.

Have you ever had a blow out before? Can you do them yourself?

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  • Glorified

    Exactly what my hair looks like right before I flat iron for a more polished and sleek look…gotta love being natural! Ms thang is rockin her do’

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  • ruzzy

    love it

  • Jofulbal

    You can not treat all Black Hair the same. We have different textures of hair. The process you describe is fine, but some of the products and tools you use will not work on all Black Hair. Black Hair needs Oil because it is very fragile and dry. People should know their hair and what works for it and do that process. Black people used to wash, air dry, use pressing oil and straightening combs on their hair and had beautiful hair. They would use rollers on it to get curl and always put oil on their hair. This junk about Black People should not use oil on their hair is nonsense. So what Black People wont move like other races. It is not suppose to.

    • tastythoughts

      ur so right, when i first went natural everyone raved about the products without out petroleum…come to find out thats what broke my hair the most, water based products….my hair needs the oils…but thats me…u just gotta know and love your hair no matter how u wear it…in the end thats what makes and keeps it healthy not whether its natural or relaxed. 

  • dailycurlz

    Same here, I do it myself and I love it, but I never wear it out like that, I always dry braid it or twist it…

  • Rachael

    Yes I can do my own blow out but I’ve never worn it out like this. I would be worried about the ends of my hair brushing against my color and getting tangled and whatnot. I tend to wear my hair up when I do a blow out. This would seem like a cute hairstyle for summer when I wear a shoulder-less top but I would probably sweat it out in about 20 mins. 

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