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How to Make a Good Straightening On Curly Hair

How to make a good straightening on curly hair?


The major difference between straight and curly hair is the shape of the hair fiber. While straight hair is perfectly round in shape, curly hair is slightly oval, which gives it its springy appearance.



Applying a straightener to curly hair is almost the same as applying it to straight hair, although it differs in the amount of product used and the amount of downtime required.

Once you've evenly coated the roots, move on to the ends, where your curls will be the most defined.

Naturally, curly hair always has a lot more volume, which means you'll need to apply a little more product than on straight hair.

Make sure the entire hair is completely covered with product before moving on to the break time.

You can constantly add more product if you find that some strands are not completely covered.

After the break time and washing, it's time to move on to the straightening iron. There are some differences here as well.

A curly hair needs more passage of plate, due to its shape and its nature to roll up on itself.

Here, the plate must be passed between 10 to 15 times, insisting on the entire length of the hair. It is still necessary to respect the temperatures, because a curly hair does not necessarily mean a thick hair.

Once the straightening is complete, it's time to take good care of your hair to strengthen it after such a treatment, and to ensure that the results will last over time.

If you want to style your hair, choose a gentle shampoo and avoid those with harsh chemicals. Try a creamy, non-sulfated formula.

If you're looking for a strong, creamy formula, use Modelage Strong Effect Moisturizing Shampoo and Mask. The creamy texture and moisturizing properties of this shampoo and conditioner will help tame frizz.

Keeping your curly hair moisturized is essential, so a creamy shampoo and mask will help keep it under control.

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My name is Eva Didalson and I have been a hairdresser for 10 years working both in salons and giving training for other professionals. This website is for me a way to share my knowledge with you through my curated lists and blogs.