Heat protection is the most important question of thermal hair straightening. You should always pay attention to it and never forget: once saving money may have serious undesirable consequences, such as hair damage or skin burns.
Heated irons have the ability to straighten, curl or even crimp hair. We’ve been aware on this for decades and everyone knows the possibilities are endless when it comes to styling hair with heat.
Hair styling has never been easier. If you want to have beautifully smooth hair every day without having to go to a salon, even more without damaging your strands with harsh appliances and finally, without spending excessive amounts of time perfecting your look then a straightening brush is an ideal tool for you.
Well, it may sound strange, but there are many ways to curl hair with a straightener. True, you don’t have to buy a special curling tool, if you already have a flat iron. Look our pictured guide.
If you have curly or wavy hair, you already know that straightening is a big, oh, no, HUGE problem. Salon procedures are expensive and take much time. Hot hair tools work well and fast, but they are harmful to hair. So what to do? Here are some tips on how to straighten your hair without heat at home…
Balayage is a French word, which means revenge or whisking. Colorist “sweeps” through the hair vertically, working only with the tip of the brush, and only with the top layer of hair. Thus creating natural lighting, sun-bleached hair. Balayage requires more precise work.