There is a lot of confusion about hair diffusers, how to use them and insider tips and techniques. However, the type of hair which will see the most obvious results are those with hair that has natural bend or texture such as waves, curls or kinks.

This article will cover everything you need to know about diffuse drying or diffusing dry your hair. Types (thin/fine, medium, thick) of hair suitable for diffusing 2. Types of hair diffusers (finger diffusers, sock, Deva, built-in) 4. A diffuser can only achieve a finite amount of results based on the hair type and texture which is diffused. Add-on attachments which are placed onto the end of the blow dryer nozzle. Direct the fingers of the diffuser through the strands lifting and using circular motion to make sure the air is moving through all of the hair.

Curly Girl (CG) Guru Lorraine Massey has invented her own form of a finger diffuser so there is less concern about disrupting the natural care pattern.

In fact, many Massey followers will refer to their care methodology built around their natural curls as the CG Method.

Use Devafuser to get lift and completely dry the roots. Allow the conditioner to remain on the hair encouraging clumping until the end of the shower.

At the end of the shower flip hair over again and rinse upside down with cool water.

The longer the hair, the more weight will impact the formation of curls, kinks and waves.

Diffusing will most likely not help straight, damaged, super frizzy, ultra dry, and/or fragile hair unless special steps are taken to address these concerns.

If you desire to diffuse then do it but be willing to take your time and find your best way.

Anyone with all types of hair should experiment with diffusing their hair.

Make sure to distribute throughout the entire head.