I would like to know how to naturally straighten my dry, really frizzy, thin, and really restless hair. I already know about using milk, but it didn't work out for me too well.
I use straightening serum, a round brush, and a blow dryer. V05 makes a good one and so does Tigi Bedhead Control Freak. (04/27/2006)
Hi I am am hair stylist. if you want it straight you can do a few things. One, you can use a Chi flat iron they are about $200 or less. Use the 1 inch, it is the best one they make. If you want to chemically straighten your hair you can actually use a perm. Now the way this works is you will need to apply the perm to your air and comb it straight as you can. Let the perm sit for the amount of time it says to on the box. Now once you rinse the perm waving lotion out you will blot the hair dry and then comb it straight again. Now apply the neutralizer to the hair work it all the way through, comb it straight. After 5 minutes you will rinse your hair one more time. Find a neutralizing conditioner after you rinse out the neutralizer after the 5 minutes you will use a neutralizing conditioner keeping the hair as straight as you can. Rinse and comb back straight, let dry and you will have straight hair. To keep down any frizz use a neutralizing shampoo and conditioner. It will keep your cuticles closed giving you shinier hair. And stop using Pantene, it has too much wax in it; that stuff kills hair. (05/08/2006)
By Pete Anderson
If your hair is in poor condition, I don't recommend you do anything to it. Work on improving the condition first, using a good conditioner, Queen Helene's Cholestrol is good and cheap. You can also use olive oil. Damaging your hair more, is the last thing you want to do. (05/08/2006)
Put milk in spray bottle and spritz spray hair thoroughly with milk.
Comb, set, and let dry in hair for about 20 minutes.
Shower normally. (12/02/2007)
I have been using Chi hair straighteners since last 1 month. Its really taking care my hair. hairstraightenercare.com (12/23/2008)
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