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livelaughelmo asked:

01 Jun 2009

Straight hair?

I'm getting a scene haircut, and if you're familiar with scene hair, it's VERY straight. The only problem is that i have very thich, naturally wavy hair that's doesn't like to stay straight. If i straighten it in the morning, by the end of the day part of it will be wavy again, or even worse, curly. I've tried setting my flat iron on a higher heat but it doesn't help.

Please help! ANy ideas/suggestions/experiences will be loved

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undeadxprincess

undeadxprincess says:

Posted on 01 Jun 2009

well first if your hair is thick, you need to have it thined. lol. i have that problem also the best thing to do is buy a heat protecting spray that also helps hold the hair in its straight position, they always have good ones at hair salons. and you can have a wavy scene style, its very cute (my hair usually doens't last the day without getting a little wavy lol so sometimes i dont straighten all of it just the top and style it scene just like that, and everyone even my dad likes it :])

barbipixi

barbipixi says:

Posted on 02 Jun 2009

having layers will thin it out some and you have to straighten it you can get a salon to give you a relaxer (it's the stuff they use in a perm but instead of curlers they just comb your hair so it says straight)



but it's easier to flatiron. use a hair procectent for a flat iron (the are all about the same) do thin sections at a time and don't leave the iron on for too long (it can burn!!!) and hairspray can help (don't use one with water in it) the water will cause your hair to wave back up



removal of water from the hair shaft will help it stay straight and hold a style

samigore

samigore says:

Posted on 02 Jun 2009

i have the same problem except mine is very straight and when i try to curl it by the end of the day the curls are completly gone. So i suggest getting your hair thinned

myradiosayslala

myradiosayslala says:

Posted on 02 Jun 2009

thin it out , our you can use the kiyoskei ( k) - styler :)

http://www.kstyler.com/

it's a straightner with minerals that manages every hairtype and you can choose your own temperature depending on your ' hairtype '



( srry my english isn't that good;) )

x

bluebyrd

bluebyrd says:

Posted on 02 Jun 2009

definitely get it thinned, i have the EXACT same problem and it's so irritating haha! but my hairdresser thinned it out and it's be sooo much more manageable.

:)

gbpkid

gbpkid says:

Posted on 02 Jun 2009

if your getting a scene hair cut they with thin it out for you, buy some ghds, they really are the best, use a straightening shampoo & conditioner and straightening spray before you straighten, then hairspray it afterwards :) x

emziie

emziie says:

Posted on 02 Jun 2009

i have the same problem i had my hair chemically straightened and it lasted for about 6 months with the right shampoo and conditioner or just get ghds they work on my hair and if it works on my hair it will work on anybodys :)

x

amaay

amaay says:

Posted on 02 Jun 2009

maybe get your hair relaxeed/rebondeed. and the hairdresser could thin it for youu. b-)

chloe_x

chloe_x says:

Posted on 02 Jun 2009

get straightining shampoo and conditioner :).

xxmonotone

xxmonotone says:

Posted on 02 Jun 2009

when you get a scene cut it will be thinned out so it'll probably be much easier to get and stay straight. your straightener could be the problem, get a ceramic straightener, they work really good

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