We have all heard the saying “the grass is always greener on the other side”!Sometimes you want gorgeous curls.But then you maybe love to have long, beautiful, shining and straight looking hair.In order to get this, you try different things. If you’ re looking to straighten your curly wavy hair weave, there are some important things you need to keep in mind. Read on to find out more.
♥Start with slightly wet hair.
You need to brush your hair before you straighten it, and the best time to brush is when hair is still a little wet. If you try to brush out very curly hair when it's dry, you're likely to get a lot more breakage, and not get to the roots properly.
♥Stop using a round brush.
Blowing out hair with a round brush is fine, but if you’re aiming for stick straight hair, opt for a flat paddle brush instead. You’ll still get a good body in your hair, but the ends will be straight, not flipped.
♥Section it up.
Work on small sections of the natural virgin hair, again so that you can reach the roots, but also to make sure every inch of the hair is thoroughly brushed, dried, moisturized, and of course, straightened. Use a tail comb to part the hair into layers, starting at the back and pinning the rest of the hair out of the way.
♥Twist hair into a bun.
If you have fairly obedient, straightish hair to begin with, then this method will likely work for you, though it’s not effective on my stubbornly wavy hair. Make a ponytail of damp hair and twist like a rope. Wrap around itself to make a bun and secure with an elastic. Let air dry, then brush out.
♥You do need a heat protectant.
We’re partial to sprays, but heat protectants come in all kinds of forms. Whichever you use, make sure you don’t use a hot tool without first protecting hair from damage.
♥Find the best straighteners.
For ladies with wavy hair extensions, a blow dryer and a brush are enough. But for ladies with thick, curly hair, you'll want a straightener that's hot enough to handle the frizz.It's worth investing in a good pair of straighteners because some straighteners just won't be able to tackle very curly hair.
♥Don't do it too often.
It's great having the option to alternate between straight hair and your natural curls, but it's best not to overdo it with the straightening irons. Give your hair a rest from the heat as often as possible, because they are quite fragile and prone to breakage.
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