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​How do I turn curly hair into straight hair?

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If you have curly hair, you're probably well aware that sometimes it takes an array of hair styling products and heating tools to go from curly to straight. While using the best straightening curls is good for you, it shouldn't be the only way to get the straight hair you've always dreamed of. What follows is a step-by-step guide on how to go from curly to straight.


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Use a leave-in conditioner

Don't skip the heat protectant

Blow-dry your hair in sections

Pick up your straightener

Lock straight hair into place hairspray


Use a leave-in conditioner

Curly hair is naturally dry and tends to be coarse. Therefore, it is important to add moisture to your hair. Pay attention to the ingredient list - coconut oil, castor oil, soybean oil, almond oil, aloe vera, milk protein, honey, and apple cider vinegar all help to moisturize and nourish your hair. A great way to keep your hair hydrated is to use a leave-in conditioner, apply some to towel-dried hair and massage it in from the tips upwards, stopping just before the roots. This will not only condition your hair but also control frizz, which is the key to turning curly hair into straight hair. The amount of leave-in conditioner you use will vary depending on the length of your hair, but be careful not to apply too much or you will overweight your hair.


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Don't skip the heat protectant

People with slightly wavy or straight hair can sometimes let their hair air dry before using a straightener, but those with curly hair should always opt to blow dry damp hair. Yes, this does mean more heat exposure. Since this hair type is prone to over-drying and breakage, it's important to add an extra shield for fragile hair.


Blow-dry your hair in sections

Now that your hair is completely primed and ready, it's time to grab your blow dryer and a round brush. This step is crucial for turning curly hair into straight hair. I recommend not rough drying (using only a blow dryer and blow-drying your hair as fast as possible without tools) as this will add frizz.

Before you begin, divide your hair into small sections and use bobby pins or hair ties to keep the rest of the damp hair out. Then, place your hairdryer on a medium to low heat setting and use a round brush to keep the targeted section straight while drying. Make sure your hairdryer has a nozzle attachment and is always facing downward, which will help straighten hair faster and control frizz.

Once one part is dry, move on to the next part until the entire head is dry. Your curls should be smooth now, but don't stress if it's not perfectly straight at this point.


Pick up your straightener

Be sure to use a straightener with temperature control. Curls dry naturally, and hair fibers are unevenly shaped and more fragile than naturally straight hair. To protect curls from breakage, over-drying, and frizz, it's important to use a low to medium heat setting (ideally not more than 375 degrees Fahrenheit) on your flat iron. We also recommend reducing heat damage by investing in a straightener with one-pass technology to minimize the number of times the iron is used on each hair.

Again, separate the hair into sections. Next, pick up a one-inch section of hair with a fine-tooth comb, then clip the straightener to the section directly above the comb so that the straightener essentially follows it. Now slide along the hair shaft, making sure to move along the section at a continuous, even pace. Repeat until all hair is straight.


Lock straight hair into place hairspray

After all this effort, you'll want to do everything you can to make sure the hair stays in place. To help keep you continue to keep your hair straight, lightly spray your hair with hairspray. Make sure to keep the hairspray at least a foot away so that the product is evenly distributed. Also, make sure you don't overdo it. Too much product can cause hair to sag, as well as make it stiff and brittle.


If you would like more information on hair straightening, you can contact us at https://www.fblhumanhair.com/.


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