Instead of using a regular bath towel, which can cause friction and slow down drying, use a microfiber towel or an old cotton T-shirt.
After washing your hair, gently blot excess water instead of vigorously rubbing. This helps to remove excess water without causing unnecessary friction, which can contribute to frizz.
Applying a leave-in conditioner or detangler can help make your hair more manageable and reduce the time needed for drying. It also adds moisture to prevent excessive dryness.
Use a wide-tooth comb or a brush specifically designed for wet hair to detangle your hair without causing breakage. Start from the ends and work your way up to the roots.
After showering, wrap your hair in a microfiber towel or a turban. This helps absorb excess water and speeds up the initial drying process.
If you need to use a hairdryer, choose a low or medium heat setting. High heat can damage the hair and lead to increased drying time.
Opt for hairstyles that allow air to circulate around your hair, promoting faster drying. Loose braids or buns can be effective options.
If possible, let your hair air-dry in a well-ventilated area. The circulating air can help speed up the drying process naturally.