Blow drying your hair can help to remove excess moisture, but it does not necessarily address the underlying cause of greasiness. Greasy hair is often caused by overproduction of sebum, the natural oil that is produced by the scalp. This can be influenced by a number of factors, including genetics, hormonal imbalances, and diet.
While blow drying can help to dry out the hair and scalp, it can also potentially exacerbate greasiness by stimulating oil production. The heat from the blow dryer can cause the sebaceous glands to produce more oil in response, which can make the hair look even greasier.
If you have greasy hair, it may be more effective to address the underlying cause by using a gentle, sulfate-free shampoo that won't strip the hair of its natural oils, and by avoiding heavy conditioners and styling products that can weigh the hair down. You can also try washing your hair less frequently, as over-washing can stimulate oil production. Finally, you may want to consider consulting with a dermatologist or hair specialist to rule out any underlying medical conditions that could be contributing to greasiness.