Hair Straightening Routine

My hair is thin, naturally curly and wavy. I can remember wanting to permanently straighten my hair by rebonding. I would do this yearly. Little did I know that hair rebonding has many damaging effects rather than good ones. I had to stop killing my hair roots so I decided to just stop those harsh treatments. I did suffer from a lot of hair loss due to this. So I went in and got a haircut and treated my hair with natural oils instead. No more permanent hair straightening chemicals.  I am currently growing out my natural hair. I do flat iron my hair but I do this once or twice a week and I make sure I use a good heat protectant, to prevent further damage on my hair.

A heat protectant is something that adds moisture to your hair while forming a protective barrier that reduces moisture loss when heat is applied to your hair shafts. 

SLEEK & SHINE FLAT IRON PERFECTOR STRAIGHTENING MIST by Garnier claims to  seal in smoothness and shine for 48 hours. Used to Style and protect, straight finish and heat protection for the perfect sleek style plus it’s paraben Free.

HOW DOES IT WORK

This powerful paraben-free straightening mist with argan oil from Morocco provides heat protection from your styling tools, while taming frizz to seal in smoothness and shine for a lasting, sleek finish.

So here is my hair straightening routine =)

First my essentials:

  • Hair Clips.
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    Hairclips

    Flat Iron.

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    Conair Flatiron

    I make sure to regulate the settings once it’s heated up.

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    I’m camera shy okay?

    I start by spraying the Fructis Straightening Mist all over my hair. I make sure my hair is all dried up before I proceed with this process.

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    Applying the mist all over my hair.

    Section out the hair and thoroughly but gently brush out the ends. I prefer a brush to         get into the stands on each hair.

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    Combing out the hair strands. Unusual angle ey? Sorry about that.

    Separate a small amount of hair to flat iron. In this way, more hair strands would be ironed in less time.

  • Eyeseesomething.comBrush it one more time.
  • Eyeseesomething.comStart the ironing process. I typically iron for not more than 3 seconds, and not let the flat iron sit too long on the ends.
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    Seeing the difference? Be careful when handling flat irons, too much heat can burn!

       Comb out the newly starightened hair.

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  • Then repeat the whole process until finished. Make sure to spray the Fructis Straightening Mist all over your hair before applying heat.

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    So this is the before

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 And after. Sleek and shiny hair!

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What are your hair straightening routine! Let me know in the comments below. 

“Nature gives you the face you have at twenty. Life shapes the face you have at thirty. But at fifty you get the face you deserve.”

-Coco Chanel

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