Shro wrote:Quercus wrote:Okay, interesting, where is the wet/damp transition point for hair? I've been calling my hair damp in its "after being rubbed with a towel" state, but I'm getting the feeling that might still be "wet" - is damp "almost dry but not quite"? If so, I'm not managing to get it that far with a towel.
This is very hard to know without knowing the texture of your hair. Finer hair can become almost dry after being rubbed with a towel, while thick hair can remain so for a long time. If I go to bed with wet hair, my underside of my hair can still occasionally remain damp when I wake up. It might be easier to think about it in the other direction... damp hair is dry hair after squirted a few time with some water.
Great, got it. I think in that case I do need a hair-dryer to get my hair to "damp" in a reasonable time-scale. Thanks again
Update: I tried the hair-dryer till just damp, hair product then hair spray routine today, and my hair stayed more or less how I wanted it all day. It was still a bit flat by the end of the day, but about 100x better than it was. I think a little more hair spray next time and it should be perfect.