Ceramic Hair Straightner
Curly Hair Goes Straight Without Chemicals
If you have curly hair, you want straight hair. If you have straight hair, you want curly hair. It is possible to get soft, silky-straight hair without using chemicals. A little practice, and you can have straight hair any time you want.
To begin to have the soft, straight hair you seek, a small investment in some tools will get you the look you want. The most you need is a blow dryer, hair straightened and some hair product.
The first step is to buy a quality straightened. There are many on the market ranging from $20 to over $200. Don't worry you don't need a $200 straighter to get the results. I prefer the Infiniti by Conair 1-1/2 Straightener which is available for as little as $50. It gives good results and is not to expensive.
Infiniti by Conair 1-1/2 Straightener provides Tourmaline Ceramic Technology to help control frizz which is the hardest to control. It also heats up in 30 seconds. The model that I own is cord/cordless so I have more control. It has high heat settings, for very curly hair.
Now you have a straightner the next step is products for your hair. You do not need many but I do suggest you get a thermal serum to protect your hair from the high heat. The serum is going to cost about $10 for a bottle. A little goes a long way, so don't use to much or you will get a greasy look. If you live in a humid climate purchasing an anti frizz spray will also keep your new do looking great.
Time to start getting your locks nice and straight. This is a process that will take some time to get comfortable with, as it is with all new hair dos. Begin by washing your hair, if you want you can use an anti-frizz shampoo and conditioner. It is important to condition your hair since you are going to be adding a lot of heat. Once your hair is washed, wrap in a towel for about 5 min or so, this will pull out extra water and make your drying time shorter.
Once you are read to dry your hair, a good brush is important. Personal preference works here. A round brush will pull out many of the curls giving you a good foundation to the straight hair you are seeking. The easiest way is to do small sections at a time. Pinning the rest of your hair up as you work on that section.
After the hair is dry you want to begin straightening your hair. Start in the back with small sections. Going to the hair at the nape of your neck first. Again working in small sections is the best way to achieve straight hair. It may seem as if it is taking a long time, but as you get more accustom to do your hair.
Straightening your hair does not have to require strong damaging chemicals. It can be achieve with just a few practice sessions. It will allow you to be verse able with you hair style whenever you wantBy B. Hatcher - Frugal living is a passion of mine. How to save money and get out of debt. Learning to live within my means and being happy with it.