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noelle correa




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ncorrea12 asked:

11 Aug 2009

big hair issues!!

for some reason my hair isnt straightening like it used to and when i do straighten my hair it gets super poofy! how do i fix it!



apria says:

Posted on 11 Aug 2009

I have heard of this happening to alot of people, and the usual problem is the straightner, it is proably worn out. invest in a good hair straightener. also your hair might be dried out, then you might want to invest in a good moisterizing conditioner


baumlidiana says:

Posted on 11 Aug 2009

i agree...your hair might have changed through time, that's why try to find a new straightener or an anti-frizz solution that is designed for the new texture..besides there are other less costly tricks to straighten hair, try some natural ones...

or there are several treatments to fight the frizz and then the straightening will be much easier...take a peek


anca says:

Posted on 11 Aug 2009

Use conditioner when you wash your hair and apply a little bit of heat protection cream is better than spray for me.

If that doesn't a new straightener. I used to have the same problem. I bought a new one from Remington and I am super happy

I don't know if you can find that brand in your country but I bet you could find a brand that is really good like Sedu, Ghd...:)


anca says:

Posted on 11 Aug 2009

I found this article..maybe it will help :)


fairy16 says:

Posted on 11 Aug 2009

baumlidiana is right


barbipixi says:

Posted on 11 Aug 2009

yea you may think your straightener is as hot as it was when you got it but if your not doing anything different then most likely it's the straightener and you need a new one.

also make sure you always use a heat protection spray or syrum. it will protect your hair so it dosn't burn (if you don't and straighten it too much w/o it then it could get fragile and break off)

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