Feb 17, 2016 ... I remember the first time I was ever introduced to a straightening iron. ... and tricks
to achieve the look I want: straight hair without heat damage — aka, ... a break at
least once a week, and reduce your hair's exposure to heat by ...
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Jun 23, 2015 ... Its been 2 years since Ive flat ironed my hair but since the big chop in January, I
haven't flat iron my "new" natural hair until now. Being that I am ...
However, you don't want to damage it by excessively straightening it into ... Find
one that has multiple heat settings, so that you can experiment and find the .... to
straighten thick, curly hair you'll need to separate it into at least four sections.
Mar 5, 2012 ... Flat Iron Tips: How To Straighten Your Hair Without Damage ... At the very least, I
won't have to have quite so much hair cut off at my next trim. ... that says “ceramic
plates,” which will ensure that the heat is evenly distributed.
Nov 1, 2014 ... There are some that believe that heat straightened hair is no longer ... Your blow
dryer should be at least 1800 to dry your hair in the least ...
Generally, I know when I want to flat iron my hair at least two to three weeks
ahead of time. ... Dry, brittle hair heats rapidly and is more prone to heat damage.
Oct 5, 2015 ... I've Become A Straight Hair Natural (without Heat Damage!) ... I realized that I
could get at least 4 weeks out of straightened hair (sometimes 6), ...
Aug 14, 2016 ... The Top 10 Flatiron Mistakes When Straightening Hair ... This is basically the
same thing, for almost $100 less.) ... "But fine hair and especially damaged or
color-treated hair should stay in the safe ... "The iron won't be able to get to
pieces that are too thick, and you don't want to unnecessarily ...
Jan 18, 2012 ... Have pressing and heat straightening caused you heat damage? ... If your hair is
coarse (thick strands), you can venture above 350F to the low ...
May 5, 2015 ... Set the right temp: Not all hair types should use the same heat settings. If your
hair is fine, less heat is needed, while coarse hair requires more ...