Going out of the house with wet strands is a major no-no. It won't just double-expose your hair to smoke and dirt, but leave it looking odd. Barely have time to use a blow-dryer? These express tips below will help cut your usual drying time in half!

Towel-dry with a microfiber towel.
Drenched hair will dry faster when you use an ultra-absorbent microfiber towel.

And brush with a microfiber brush.
If you're using a blow-dryer, a brush with microfiber bristles like Goody's Quik Style Paddle Brush (P1,299.75 at department stores) is key. It doesn't just remove excess water from your locks faster, but also cuts your drying time in half, lowering the risk of heat damage.

Try a blowdrying spray.
Right before you blow-dry, spritz on My Amazing Blow-Dry Secret Quick Dry Shake'n Spray (P1,250 at Beauty Bar branches) to speed up the drying process. This miracle worker contains quick-dry agents and detangling conditioners that give your tresses that amazing lift in a jiffy.

Work with an ionic hair dryer.
An ionic hair dryer uses less heat (no more fried hair!) and helps the water evaporate quickly. It also reduces frizz and smoothens each hair cuticle to create a glossy blowout. Try Philip's Thermoprotect Hair Dryer (P3,799, at department stores) for a user-friendly blow-drying experience: You can control the temperature settings, get a perfect grip, and perfect your precision style because of its slim nozzle.

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