How to Do a Blowout on Natural Hair in 4 Simple Steps

5 Materials
$25
1 Hour
Easy

In this quick tutorial, I’ll be showing you how to do a blowout on natural hair. We’ll start with washed hair and take it from there. This natural hair blowout routine is fairly easy and works great every time. I’ll also show you the best brush for natural hair blowouts and the dryer I use. The results are flawless! Let’s get to it.

Tools and materials:

  • Heat protectant
  • Wide-tooth comb
  • Round detangling brush
  • Detangling brush
  • Blow dryer
Applying heat protectant to hair

1. Apply heat protectant

Start with washed hair that’s 70% dry. Spray your favorite heat protectant to each section to avoid heat damage. 

Detangling hair with a detangling brush

2. Detangle your hair

You need to detangle your hair for the perfect natural hair blowout. I first go in with a wide-tooth comb, and then I use the detangling brush for the smaller tangles. 

Blow drying hair with a round brush

3. Blow dry your hair

The best brush for a natural hair blowout is this round Tangle Teezer detangling brush. It’s a game-changer for me as it’s the only round brush that can easily go through my thick hair. I also like how the bristles are designed on the brush; it’s perfect as it doesn’t pull out your hair or cause breakage. 

Using the chase method to blow dry hair

I’m using the chase method here, blowdrying my hair as I brush it out. 

Twisting each section after blowdrying

Twirl and twist each section after blowdrying. 

Natural hair blowout routine

Another great option to use while blowdrying your hair is a detangling brush. The only downside is that it may take a little longer to blow dry your hair. 

Natural hair blowout

4. Untwist your hair

Now, go ahead and untwist those twirls. 

How to do a blowout on natural hair

How to do a blowout on natural hair

We've come to the end of the tutorial on how to do a blowout on natural hair. I love how it looks, and the volume is fabulous! I can leave my hair like this or now move on to do a different hairstyle with my blown-out hair.


Using good-quality hair dryers and brushes really makes a difference and can cut the process a lot! Thanks for joining me, and do let me know what your best natural hair blowout routine is in the comment section. 

Suggested materials:
  • Heat protectant
  • Wide-tooth comb
  • Round detangling brush
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