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paige_ox asked:

27 Apr 2009

how do you get rid of the burning smell in your hair ??

?? i straightenn my hair and its left a burning smell in my hair and ive used conditioners but it dont seem to work doess anyonee havee any other suggestionsss ?

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ctl888

ctl888 says:

Posted on 27 Apr 2009

Burning smell? Meaning that you burnt your hair? Or like smoke smell?

I usually just shampoo my hair and everything goes away.( Try Aveda Brilliant) But if the smokey burn smell is strong maybe try baking soda and mixing it with water and placing it in your hair.

bandit_loves_yullies

bandit_loves_yullies says:

Posted on 27 Apr 2009

Ummm, usually a burning smell like that means that your hair is either not completely dry, or dry dry, like not enough moisture.



The first thing to do is give your hair more moisture.

Wash your hair first thing when you get in the shower, then put conditioner in your hair and leave it in while you are doing everything else like shaving, washing your body/face, etc.

Rinse out with COLD water, it makes your hair shiny, soft, and more managable.



When you are out of the shower, wrap a towel around your head and leave for five minutes.

Take off, and then put a good leave in conditioner or hair syrum in your hair.



Then let dry without a hair dryer, make sure your hair is completely dry and then put in a heat protectant in your hair.

Let that dry, and then straighten.

barbipixi

barbipixi says:

Posted on 27 Apr 2009

i would also make sure to put something on your hair to help protect it from the heat next time you go to straighten it

i know you don't want to cut the burnt part off but the smell should go away after a while even if nothing else seems to work

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