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Safe Methods of Straightening Hair

 Safe methods of straightening hair


Ironing and straightening can damage your hair and we recommend that you read the article “11 Tips for Healthy Hair” with this article to learn all the safe ways to maintain healthy hair.

With the sweltering summer heat looming, our hair becomes frizzier and our will to fight it dwindles daily.

Check out our hair straightening treatment ratings to get the best possible investment for your luscious locks.


Safe ways to straighten hair


Getting straight, gorgeous and healthy looking hair doesn't have to be an impossible task.

Although no two versions of hair texture are exactly alike, trying different ways to make your hair look shinier and straighter can be a fun way to get to know yourself better.

If these tricks don't work, you may want to talk to a professional hairstylist about hairstyles and salon treatments that will give you a sleek look without getting hurt by the heat.

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1. Flat iron 

Well, this isn't really a straightening treatment, but for starters, a flat iron is the easiest way to tame flyaways until your next shampoo.

When straightening your hair, make sure it is completely dry before using the straightener to avoid further damage to your hair.

Since straightening can make hair dry and brittle, always make sure to use a heat protection spray and try to get rid of the heat on days when you don't need a straightening iron.


2. Hair straightening cream 

Hair straightening cream is a chemical hair treatment that makes hair smooth and shiny. Rehydrating hair involves using a relaxing cream or conditioner to break down the hair's natural structure.

Hair straightening cream is ideal for those who have trouble taming their wavy or thick hair, but once the hair starts growing, the treatment can be easily spotted.

As is common, it can only be done once in a while as it can make the hair very brittle and weak. It also requires a lot of hair care so choose this wisely!

3. Keratin straightening

Keratin treatments have become increasingly popular over the past few years, and for good reason. It is one of the safest hair straightening techniques.

Keratin is a natural protein that is already present in our hair, but as the protein content decreases with age and poor diet, keratin levels also decrease.

Keratin treatment adds a layer of keratin to the hair shaft giving it the nutrients that make hair silky, smooth and straight.

After a salon professional applies the keratin solution to the hair, a 450-degree flat iron is used to seal the formula onto the hair strands (protect your ears from heat), creating a moisture barrier that reduces frizz and gives hair a shiny appearance.


4. Roll your hair

Rolling hair is one of the most popular ways to get sleek hair without heat styling, but not everyone knows how to do it effectively. Fortunately, there are tons of hair wrap tutorials on YouTube geared towards just about every hair type.

While there are different approaches to different hair textures and lengths, the basics are pretty much the same.

You will need 'long' hairpins, as well as a satin 'wrap' or turban.

We know that everyone's hair is different, so while our ratings are based on how safe and effective treatments are, everyone may have completely different results.

For best results, be sure to speak to your hair care professional before embarking on a permanent straightening adventure!


5. Go to sleep with your hair wet

If it's hard to imagine sleeping with hair or big rollers on your head, start simple: Try sleeping with your hair wet.

Use a hair band to tie a loose ponytail at the top of your head, then create a bun shape by wrapping your hair around the ponytail and securing it with another hair tie.

If you sleep with wet hair, you may want to purchase a satin pillowcase.

This will reduce the friction with your hair that can occur while you sleep, giving your hair a straighter appearance once you let it fall out in the morning.


6. Apply essential oils

According to the stories, there are some essential oils that make hair look more elegant.

Some essential oils are more easily absorbed into your hair than chemical products.

Coconut oil, argan oil, almond oil, and macadamia oil can penetrate your hair follicles, sealing and repairing the cells inside.

Once you have used rollers, curling, cold blowdry, or any other technique to style your hair, apply the essential oil of your choice.

Warming the oil by rubbing it between your palms may make it easier to spread the oil through your hair evenly.

Focus on the ends of your hair, being careful not to apply more than a dime-sized amount.

Not only does this add a sweet scent and beautiful shine to your hair, but it will also weigh your hair down a bit, helping it hold its style.

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