Today, in are looking for teenagers through the life of the woman, the straight, stylish hair styles that exert trust, poise and style. Unfortunately most of us were not born with perfect hair. We struggle to attract, frizziness, roughness, fineness, color (or lack of it), and fair contrariness regarding our hair. We even go so far as to judge how our day goes with a good or bad day of hair. A woman can be impeccably dressed with perfect make-up, nails and accessories, but if her hair is a mess she does not look good. Conversely, if her hair is beautiful, she still looks good. So I think its safe to say that a womans hair is either her best or worst asset. To get the straight, stylish styles that so many women admire these days, there are some must have to get this trendy look.
If you assume you have a good hairstyle, the first step is to create your slim do to choose a shampoo and conditioner that addresses the hard areas of your hair. Determine the factors that make your hair challenging and look for products that correct these deficiencies. You will need a shampoo and conditioner that lends itself to the straight styling and anti-frizz look. Ask your hair professionally for suggestions. He / she is best known with your hair and the products that will work well for you.
After shampoo and conditioning have been done, a final product should be used on wet hair which improves your ability to achieve the straight style you are pursuing. Again, there are many products available for use before drying the hair, and individual hair requirements vary. Personally, because my untamed hair is coarse, dyed and frightened, I swear on the products that contain sunscreen, vitamins and silicone. They make dark hair shiny and manageable. Some of the best finishing products on the market are Citrus Shines Miracle Anti-Frizz Serum, John Friedas Frizz-Ease Hair Serum, Marc Anthonys Simply Straight Instant Straight Cream, Paul Mitchells Super Skinny Serum, a herbal essence none of your freedom.
After applying the after-treatment product, wipe the hair with a hair dryer designed to give you the desired results. Not all hair dryers are the same. To fly away or fine hair, choose a product that has ionic heat like Hot Tools Anti-Static Ion Professional. This wiper uses negative ions to eliminate static and moisturizing moisture moisture that heats up. If you wipe your hair more than once a week, use a dryer with infrared heat function as it wipes the hair from the inside and causes less hair damage (CHI Rocket Professionals). If humid climates on your threes, try a dryer that has crystals like Metropolis Z-Ion Zirconia. This drying function uses zirconium crystals to counteract the charge that creates frizziness and results in brighter hair.
After applying the finishing product and drying the hair with a high-quality dryer, it is now time to add the curvature with a flat iron. To protect against heat damage from a flat iron, you should use heat-resistant protection. Although some of the finished products mentioned earlier have thermal protection properties, I still think it is useful to use a heat-resistant spray. Some of the most effective heat-resistant products are Tresemme, Tigi S Factor, Keratas Ciment Thermique, GHD Thermal Spray and Redken Heat Glide.
Again, like hair dryers, flat iron beams are not all the same. Some of the most popular flat irons (at least 4 stars out of 5) are Sedu Pro Ionic Ceramic, Solia Tourmaline Ceramic Ion, HAI Convertible Ceramic, CHI Ceramics, GHD Classic Styler Hair Straightener and BaByliss. Personally I have a CHI Ceramic Flat Iron and have been very pleased with it.
To create a dazzling straight style, your hair should be straightened into small sections. I use metal hair clips to separate my hair into sections. Begin with the bottom layer of hair, I take a small part of the hair, spray with the heat protection agent and apply the flat iron next to the roots and slowly slide the iron along the hair section to the ends with a smooth, straight movement. This process is repeated until all hair sections are straightened.
Finally, if desired, use a paint spray (hair spray). I skip this step because the finishing product and heat protection seal my hair, making hairspray unnecessary. Even hairspray will create a stiffer effect and forbid your hair from having silky smooth texture and motion.