Ozzman420 on Mon, Nov 3rd, 2008
The trick to blow-drying your hair without damaging it too much is to use the lowest setting (medium heat works the best) to actually dry your hair.
mikej2390 on Mon, Nov 3rd, 2008
Revlon makes a nice ionic blow dryer. It's red and has a pop-open back to allow for better lint removal.
austination_12 on Mon, Nov 3rd, 2008
I have very fine hair and I usually don't get split ends. If you are worried about split ends, make sure you use a good moisturinzing shampoo and conditioner (especially in the winter) and make sure you get your hair trimmed every 6-8 weeks.
hairbykaran on Mon, Nov 3rd, 2008
I do not dry the ends of my hair until totally dry -- I usually leave them just a tad damp. This will also keep the static down (of course, use the ionic setting on the dryer itself to help combat static). You should also try to use a product (if you have the texture of hair that will not be weighed down) that will protect your hair from the heat of blow drying.