How to Air-Dry Your Hair on Mornings When You Need to Hit Snooze

Amy Lawrenson
by Amy Lawrenson

Knowing how to air-dry wet hair is key to ensuring an effortless routine. For many (especially for those with wavy or curly hair), air-drying is the only way to guarantee you will avoid the dreaded frizz. For others who could blow-dry their hair but choose not to, air-drying is less faff than wrestling with a round brush and a hair dryer. It also means you can hit the snooze button a couple more times, which on some mornings is very welcome.

Unless you have fine or short hair, air-drying can take a while to dry—not great if you need to look put together by the time you set foot in the office. The answer? You need to speed up the process so your hair is almost dry before leaving the house. Below we've revealed six smart tricks that will speed up your air-drying time—dare we say even cut it in half.

Keep scrolling to see six of our genius and effective air-drying tricks.

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