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vanessa anita nieves




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vnessa001 asked:

16 Aug 2009

What Are Some Good Tips For Straightening Hair ?

Like how to damage it less if thats even possible

And also is there a certain way of bringing the flat iron down to prevent split ends



country_girl says:

Posted on 16 Aug 2009

use hair protecter..and i dont think there is...i have wavy hair and i only straighten it once a week because i dont want to fry my hair...hope i helped. go to your local walmart store and see what they have.


jessie_girl says:

Posted on 16 Aug 2009

Yeah, just use a heat protectant every time you apply heat to your hair. Always keep the flat iron moving, leaving it in one spot for too long a moment will obviously do damage. And I don't know if you already have one, but make sure to use a nice straightener, with smooth plates. Test it out a few times, make sure the heat isn't to high for your hair. Overall, anytime you straighten your hair it's gonna get damaged, but you can do hot oil treatments and use certain conditioners that will help repair it. You just have to be careful. =)


jessie_girl says:

Posted on 16 Aug 2009

oh, and i forgot, run a comb through your hair as the flat iron is going down, it separates the strands and keeps the heat dispersed a little better than just holding a piece and sliding the iron down.


barbipixi says:

Posted on 17 Aug 2009

actually if your hair dryer has a 'cool' or 'cold' setting that will help close the hair shaft and make it stronger and keep the style longer (after you use the heat to make it do what you want go back over it with the cold setting)


girlhasamind says:

Posted on 21 Aug 2009

when blow drying your hair use the cold setting and a large round brush.

when straightening it dont straighting the ends and if you have to curl em ina little at the ends.


girlhasamind says:

Posted on 21 Aug 2009

oops i meant if you have to straighten em curl them in a little at the ends

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