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gee_jade asked:

22 Jan 2010

i want to straighten my hair but still looks bouncy

okay, so i have straightish wavy hair and i would like it to be straight without looking obvious, i want it to look natural.....even bouncy and shiny, what should i do?



_riah_ says:

Posted on 22 Jan 2010

I'd start by washing your hair with a smoothing shampoo, like Pantene. Then what you should do is blow dry it straight and flip your head upside-down when you do this too, you should run a brush through your hair with the blow drier. A little bit of hairspray to keep it in place works wonders!

Good luck!


3nir says:

Posted on 22 Jan 2010

If you want that shiny look, buy a ceramic straightener. Or use a shine serum after straightening. But I recommend using a ceramic straightener because it damage your hair less. If you want that natural straight look, don't put the heat to extreme. And when you are straightening your hair, go through twice, not more than that. Just use a heat tamer before using the heat. And you can also blow dry you hair before straightening and use the straightener only at the end. Because blow drying kinda make your hair straight if you use bristle brush or an ordinary normal round brush. If you want bouncy look, straighten you hair upside down. But that's kinda hard. Or you can just put your hair in high ponytail and after an hour or 2, let it down. You can do this before or after straightening. Hairspray can also be use for volumizing.


fulltimepinklady says:

Posted on 23 Jan 2010

to not give you that super straight look stay away from the flat iron. you need to blow dry it straight with some styling cream or product to smooth it down and a paddle brush. take pieces of your hair starting at the bottom and dry each section at a time. maybe go over a few of teh kinks with a flat iron but dont use it on the ends of your hair then if you need a little extra curl/bouce use hot rollers on teh ends of your hair


ctl888 says:

Posted on 23 Jan 2010

What I do is let me air hair dry. Then I flip my head upside down, brush it, then use a straightener and just straighten some strands of hair. I also make sure I get the areas closest to my scalp to increase volume

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