So, you’ve had it with your curly hair making your life miserable?
I know you probably think how blessed are the people with straight hair, envying them a lot along the way. Well, good news is I’m here to give you all the possible ways to get your hair bone straight in no time. Put that razor away, there will be no need for anything drastic here, we have a solution.
Straight hair really is the best thing that can happen to you, hair wise, and it’s no wonder a bunch of hairstylists praise the hell out of it, and btw most of them use a Paul Mitchell straightener. It’s the best hair type to work with, as it takes all hairstyles well, and it’s simply a blank canvas you can paint on whatever your imagination brings forth in that particular moment. I’m about to give you all the ways to join that club, and have the hair you’ve always dreamt of.
As this is intended to be a very short and basic article, I won’t be able to give you an in-depth look at these methods, but you’ll get a pretty good picture about the whole matter none the less. If I get you interested in this subject, I’m sure we’ll have an appropriate article lying around here somewhere to satisfy your thirst for knowledge. You’ll just have to do a little digging that’s all.
Let’s waste no more time and start giving you some real information regarding all the known and proven methods to straighten your rebellious hair once and for all.
I’ll just have to mention that none of this methods last forever, so you’ll have to do it all over again after a couple of months or so, depending on the method you choose.
Let’s get that hair straight right now!
Let’s go over the three known methods for getting a straight hair:
- At your own home using a kit – This is by far the cheapest method of the three. All you need is a hair straightening kit and some time to kill. You’ll also need a hair relaxer, which can be bought pretty much anywhere, so that shouldn’t be a problem, but be sure to pick a good one since it’s the bread and butter of this whole operation. You should wear protective gear at all times since you’ll need to protect your clothes, hands, and skin while handling the product. Mix it all together and be sure to apply some vaseline to your neck for protection. Do a quick strand test, set the timer, and start with the application. Hold it on your hair for a specified amount of time, and straighten your hair afterwards with a fine comb. Rinse the chemicals, shampoo your hair, and rinse it again. You can style your hair afterwards as you normally would
- Brazilian Hair straightening – This method is pretty much out of your hands since you’ll have to go to a professional hairstylist in order to get it. It’s pretty expensive, but it’ll keep your hair straight for a period of about 2-3 months. Just make sure you pick a professional who knows what he’s doing
- Thermal reconditioning – This method is also known as a Japanese hair straightening. Learn all there is about it and pick a proven professional. Both this and Brazilian method can cause a lot of damage if done incorrectly, so your number one priority is to get your hair in the hands of someone who’s doing this for a long time. The best option is to find a stylist who’s specializing in one of these two methods, just to be sure the results would be what they should.