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Want To Have Your Hair Straight Without Harsh Damaging With Straighteners?
Have beautiful straight hair without the damaging effects of a straightener
1. Brush through your hair, parting where you want the part to fall at your hair line. Use a small amount of serum that will protect from the blow dryer heat and help with shine. Section off your hair into four sections, using hair clips to make it easier. Start drying from the back of your head, as these are the strands that are generally very wavy and tend be the most stubborn to deal with.
2. Always, always, always point the blow dryer down! It smoothes the cuticle by allowing it to lay the way you would like it to. Translation? Less frizz! When straightening your hair, continuously brush down in the direction of the dryer air. It might be a bit like rubbing your stomach and patting your head at the same time in the beginning but you will get used to it! The cuticle will be much smoother and easier to flat iron or curl when your hair is dry. Shaking your dryer around is not necessary, because it can cause more frizz as you are roughing up your cuticle.
3. Move to the top separated section and blow dry up to create some volume throughout the top of your hair. This section is blown up while the brush is moving up. A root lifter is always great to use and applied directly to the crown area where you have created your parting. One of my favorites is the Sexy Hair Concepts Root Pump Plus. I like it because not only does it create the volume it also has a nozzle that is easy to spray exactly where I want to lift.
4. Next, move to the front two sections of your hair. You will be blow drying down in the direction you want the hair to lay. If a cowlick causes you problems in the front of your hair, concentrate a bit more on that section or you may have to get it wet again to get that area to stay in the style that you desire.
5. Additional styling with a flat iron or curling iron should be follow up by separating into section again and applying a heat protectant like Paul Mitchell Heat Seal before using any direct heating tools.