Jul 05, 2012
Ok I have natural curly hair but I love straight hair what is the best way to straighten my hair with out damaging it or the best produces??
Hi Taylor , just start by using everything from smoothing shampoo and smoothing conditioner then put on a smoothing product like a staighting balm to blow dry with. Once your hair is dry you should use a protective spray before you flat iron to protect your hair from getting damaged and finish off with a gloss serum There are a lot of professional brands like cat walk, matrix and redken that I would recommend . I'm sure you will be happy :)
Also using a comb instead of a brush helps the hair get much straighter :)
Thanks Ann-Louise I will try that this weekend at the wedding I am going to
Jul 10, 2012
well if you don't wanna cause a lot of damage you should get a good flat iron, preferably with tourmaline ceramic plates that don't damage the hair like others, you should use a heat protectant too and don't straighten your hair everyday. If you want a good flat iron I recommend the Karmin G3 Salon Pro Styling Iron which is amazing and keeps the hair super straight. :)
Jul 11, 2012
well i usally justmostly by a good quality CONDITIONER ya you still have to use shampoo but if you want your hair soft i suggest one of those condtioners in a bottle that lookes like hair die (but it isnt)and take a brush in the shower and come through it and dont use a horse hair brush i call it horse hair but whatever use a comb brush and dry your hair dnt tie it up cause that just causes your hair to get nappy before you flat iron your hair give it one last quality stroke and then flat iron not fast or too slow but do it were it last about 4 seconds and you will have your beatuful hair!
Use a rat tail comb to do sections that's what I do! And try and buy a good straightener some dont work as well as others
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