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hello_dolly asked:

09 Oct 2011

My Hair Won't Stay Straightned!?

My hair is naturally staright. It's thin, and short; it's right around my shoulders (length wise). When I let it air dry, the ends usually tend to curve outwards. I straightned it because I dont like how the tips curve outwards and once I get to school the ends curve outwards again. How do I keep my straighten hair straight?? (the problem is mostly my ends and it's mostly the front part of my hair.



glitter_addict says:

Posted on 09 Oct 2011

my hair used to do the same thing. i recomend getting a hair cut thats off ur shoulders as soon as i did this my hai quit doing it. try using hairspray before and after straightning ur hair the pics are ideas the first is wat i got also shown in my profile pic


victoriab says:

Posted on 11 Oct 2011

Hello Dolly

The problem is not your hair or it's length it's the cut. If you look @ the way all the photo's including the one of the glitter addict ( cute cut by the way glitter) the hair is all falling from back to front (this is called round layers)Yours however is cut in a horizontal this cut makes the bottom of you hair to thick and heavy. The round cut would force your hair in the direction you want and then as your hair gets longer mid shoulder blade you can continue this cut by having a good stylist combine round layers up front and forward flowing in back ( just throwing the lingo so you can ask for it) If you do not have a regular stylist I suggest trying an Aveda Salon and if you need to save a few bucks look for an Aveda Institutte all Aveda students have the highest Cosmo education out there. Also please don't spray hairspray in your hair before styling it's really rough on it and gives NO protection from heat and if you want to grow your hair out there is a good possibility it will take twice as long because of breakage. I would suggest a prep product to protect from heat and help in the straighten process another thing that you should look for in this product in a humidity control, because you have a natural wave any moisture in the air will bring back the wave which again will aid in this issue you are having. I would recommend a product but I would like to know a little more about the texture of your hair.


hello_dolly says:

Posted on 10 Oct 2011

Thanks for the tips. Im going to try using hairspray. I really don't want to cut my hair cause I'm trying to grow it. I miss my long hair (: Thanks for the suggestion though(:


hello_dolly says:

Posted on 11 Oct 2011

Thanks so much! :D this really helped

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